It's always fun doing interviews. Coming up with new questions is interesting because it all revolves around your subject who gets to honestly and objectively answer those questions. If the questions are good enough, you get some deeply personal and relevant answers back. I recently had the chance to ask Tyler Gage of Runa, the Guayusa (Why-you-suh) company a few questions. Here's what he had to say!
Last week I was contacted by Deb over at Travel and Tea and was asked to do an interview. I've conducted these in the past, but I've not actually been the subject of one before, so I was pretty excited. You can find the interview on the Travel and Tea website.
There have been some really exciting developments in tea over the past couple decades. However, they've mostly been with technology or flavors. Adagio's new "Roots Campaign" plays closer to my heart. This second installment is wonderful!
I've been watching the hits for months, tracking when traffic waxes and wanes during the weeks and have come to one overriding fact... I get less traffic on Mondays than most any other day of the week.