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Do good for the world while feeling your best.
When you put clean, fresh ingredients into your body that were sourced ethically, there’s a feeling that you’re doing good for your body and for the world. We have over 80 premium loose leaf teas to satisfy even the most specific craving. Sip at home or on-the-go, we’ve got tea for that!
Fresh, Clean Ingredients
La La Lavender
Peaches and Cream
Mature tea leaf that has not been oxidized to retain fresh flavor. Ranges from sweet to smoky. Medium caffeine.
Ginger Lemon Sunshine
Caramel Apple Crisp
Originates from China, India, and Sri Lanka. Fully oxidized tea leaves with bold flavor. High caffeine.
Chocolate Espresso Martini
Earl Grey de la Creme
Blood Orange Sunrise
Turmeric ‘N Spice
Partially oxidized. Unique in appearance, color and aroma. Smooth and luxurious taste, with floral or nutty notes. Medium caffeine.
Blackberry Moscow Mule
Sweet Summer Cider
Fermented, oxidized and aged. Red toned tea with earthy flavors, our boldest teas. High caffeine
Made with natural fruit ingredients for the perfect caffeine-free beverage. Naturally caffeine-free.
Mango Lemon Sangria
Raspberry Cream Soda
Juicy Blackberry Sangria
Cranberry Rosé Sangria
Rooibos translates to “red bush”! Made using leaves from a shrub called Aspalathus linearis, this tea is oxidized and fermented giving it a dark red color and rich flavor. This South African tea is smooth and sweet. Naturally caffeine-free
Mint Chocolate Chip
Cherry Rum Punch
Our herbal teas, also known as tisanes, are made with real herbs, fruits and spices. Naturally caffeine-free.
Lemon Ginger Tea-Tox
Dark Chocolate Chai
Steeping your tea when brewing your perfect cup is really an important process and considered by many to be an art!
To steep something means to soak it, which is what we do when we prepare tea. Steeping is the process of extracting the flavor and health-promoting compounds from the solids used to make tea.
It is up to you to decide how strong you like your tea and how much you want in your cup, however, we recommend steeping each of our loose leaf teas for a different amount of time, as seen in the diagram on the right, for the perfect cup of tea, every time.