As we ease into the New Year, a morning tea ritual can help you set the tone for each day. Mornings are fresh, new beginnings. Take a few minutes to begin your day with intention. It is a small thing that may have an impact on your day and in turn, your life.Read More
Find your Tea
Variety is the spice of life! That’s why we offer a curated collection of over 140 premium loose-leaf teas and herbals. There’s something for everyone – from invigorating yerba mates, to delicate green teas, to soothing herbals.
Teas By Benefit
We love tea because it’s delicious, and the health benefits are just an added bonus! While certain teas have specific health properties, we recommend choosing the flavor profile you love the most. After all, you’ll get the most benefit from the tea that you drink, not the tea that sits in your cupboard!
Need a little nudge in the morning? Want to power through a long night of studies? These teas are for you!Learn More
Reach and exceed your goals with these teas which are said to aid in weight loss and increase the metabolism.Learn More
These deliciously soothing, caffeine-free blends can help you unwind and catch up on some zzz’s.Learn More
These peaceful teas calm the mind and body. Take a minute out of each day to sip, savor and get grounded.Learn More
Antioxidant-packed teas are free radical fighters, which may promote brain health and slow signs of aging.Learn More
Teas for Cholesterol
Reach for these nourishing teas if you’re looking for a heart-friendly infusion rich in antioxidants.Learn More
Teas for Digestion
From peppermint to ginger to chamomile, these teas are age-old remedies for soothing tummy troubles.Learn More
Teas for Blood Pressure
Tangy hibiscus is delicious in its own right, and is also popular for its positive effects on blood pressure.Learn More
Immune Boosting Teas
Want to keep your Immune system in tip top shape? These teas are sure to help keep that pesky bug from knocking you down.Learn More
Brew The Perfect Cup
Brewing tea is an art, as much as it is a science. Below we offer a few simple guidelines to steep an eight ounce cup of tea. But tea is extremely personal, so experiment to find what works you! The amount of tea leaves, water temperature, water volume and steeping time all impact the result flavors in your cup. Join our newsletter to get our email series with more tea brewing tips.
Prefer a robust cup? Add a little more leaf. Keep things light and bright? Use a little less. You can also re-steep your tea leaves for multiple infusions!
Some teas like it hot – others not so much. Find out which teas are smoothest with water below the boil, and which release richer flavors in boiling water.
Coax out sweetness or amp up bold notes with brewing times. Delicate teas do best with short steep times, while hearty herbals love longer infusions.
|Black Tea||1 - 1.5 tsp||203||2 - 5 mins|
|Green Tea||1.5 tsp||175||1.5 - 3 mins|
|Oolong Tea||1.5 tsp||180 - 200||1 - 5 mins|
|White Tea||1 tsp||165 - 185||3 - 6 mins|
|Yerba Mate||1 tsp||180||3 - 5 mins|
|Hibiscus Tea||1.5 tsp||212||4 - 8 mins|
|Herbal Tea||2 tsp||212||5 - 10 mins|
|Rooibos Tea||1.5 tsp||208||5 - 8 mins|
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Still Thirsty? Take a Sip From Our Tea Blog
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How Much Caffeine is in My Tea?
Everyone knows that natural beverages like coffee and tea contain caffeine. What might come as a surprise however, is just how much those levels can vary depending on preparation and grades, and how those levels compare to the different types of soda and energy drinks.Read More
Tea Brewing Temperatures
In last week’s blog post, we talked about one of the major impediments to enjoying great tea at home: water quality. Water makes up the vast majority of each cup of tea you drink, so it’s no wonder that good water is needed for good tea.Read More
Facts About Tea & Weight Loss
Tea has two calories. Yes, two calories per six-ounce cup of brewed tea, according to the US Department of Agriculture. Does anything else as delicious as tea only have two calories?Read More
Summer Iced Tea Recipes
These warm summer days are a perfect time to explore refreshing iced tea. And it’s simple to make… Just select your favorite teas and brew them stronger than usual.Read More
How To Determine the Quality of a Tea
Every day, millions of people all over the world enjoy the wonderful taste and health benefits of drinking tea. There are many types and styles to choose from, so we thought it might be helpful to explain how to determine the quality of a tea.Read More