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Yaupon Brothers Launches in UK and Ireland

Yaupon Brothers Launches in UK and Ireland

Yaupon Brothers is excited to announce that Yaupon Brothers American Tea is available on store shelves at Revital UK stores.

Yaup-Wives Make The Yaupon World Go-round

Yaup-Wives Make The Yaupon World Go-round

Making Yaupon Brothers tick is a lot of work. Bryon, Kyle and Mark, certainly stay busy, but Yaup-wives and Yaup-moms carry a lot of the weight, and it's about time they received some damn credit. 

Megan lugged literally a thousand boxes up the stairs in one day.

Yaup-Wife Meg carried literally a thousand boxes of our eco-tubes up the stairs. She's great at organizing, marshaling, and generally being a boss. We need it, because we're a hot mess. When not being a #yaupwife, (a hashtag she created), Meg is busy teaching English to kids in...


American Yaupon Association Founded in Austin

American Yaupon Association Founded in Austin

I recently returned from Austin, Texas where I attended the inaugural board meeting of the American Yaupon Association, a non-profit collective of "Yaupontreneurs," (see what I did there), and a group devoted to promoting research, marketing, and advancement of the Yaupon Holly in commerce. I've been working on this association project for a while, but to see all of these fine folks come together to achieve universal success was touching. I really enjoyed the discussion and look forward to many more. 

Soon, the American Yaupon Association will be officially non-profit, with a 501c(5) designation. Then we'll be able to begin...


Yaupon Brother(s) do Texas

Yaupon Brother(s) do Texas

It’s not a secret that East Texas is one of the country’s great Yaupon-producing regions. More specifically, I was impressed by the scope and quantity of wild Yaupon in the Brazos Valley region and outside of Houston, near Katy and Magnolia.

Yaupon Holly Could Be Savior For Florida Agriculture

Yaupon Holly Could Be Savior For Florida Agriculture

We believe Yaupon has a bright future in Florida, and that it will help our growers recover while offering consumers exciting and beneficial products. What do you think?