green teaGreen Tea has not been oxidized & presents a lighter, more vegetal cup. Rich in antioxidents, Green Tea has many benefits. The caffeine content of green tea equals to about 1/6 of a cup of coffee.
black teaBlack Tea is the most consumed variety. It is fully oxidized, and contains caffeine. It's refreshing enough to enjoy iced yet bold enough to take with milk. Each region produces a very unique leaf with different flavor characteristics.
oolong teaPerfect for multiple infusions, Oolong Tea can have may complex layers and is considered an art not a science. It is partially oxidized and when brewed it has a smooth silky feel that often times does not need any sweetener.
white teaHighest in antioxidants and virtually caffeine free, White Tea is the lightest of all 4 types of tea. The buds and leaves are plucked at a very young age and do not go through any oxidation. White Tea helps to keep you hydrated and looking vibrant.
yerba mateYerba Mate has two versions: Green and Roasted. The Green version offers a grassy almost earthy quality while the roasted is reminiscent of a light coffee. Known for the unique energy effect, Mate will keep you alert and focused.
rooibos tea (red tea)Rooibos has a refreshing taste, slightly sweet and almost nutty but full bodies and very delicious. It is unlike any other herbal tea. One that is great by itself or blended. Naturally caffeine free and full of health benefits.
herbalsNo other brewed drink offers such a large variety, as do herbal tea blends. The power of herbal tea is immense. No limit is set while enjoying this beverage since it is without caffeine, tannin, and acid.