A remarkable Indian Black Nilgiri tea, dried apricot pieces and flavor combine to create a medium bodied smooth tea with a wonderfully fruity finish. A superb drink for the summer, this tea is delicious both hot and iced.
Our organic Vana Spa Brain Elixir begins with woodsy pine notes and moves onto an earthen spice middle with a floral finish. This incredible tisane is always best served hot. To thin out the flavor feel free to add more hot water, a slice of lemon, or a touch of sweetener. We recommend a drop of honey for a sweetener, but sugar or agave are also delicious.
Our nutty South African Rooibos and floral Honeybush Herbal Tea are brought together with rose to produce a fragrant and complex blend of subtly sweet and tart flavors, making an excellent afternoon or evening tea. Both Rooibos and Honeybush have been consumed for hundreds of years providing health benefits such as relief from stomach problems, headaches, and tension. Enjoy this comforting and smooth tea hot or iced with a touch of sweetener.
A remarkable blend of Nilgiri black Indian teas flavored with the citrus oil, bergamot. The tea is named for Charles Grey, the 2nd Earl of Grey, who made it famous in the 1830s. This extremely popular blend is the perfect afternoon tea. Best served in the traditional fashion, hot with milk and sugar.
Rich Japanese Sencha Green Tea beautifully blends with toasted rice with bits of puffed rice, resulting in a mildly aromatic, distinct yellow brew. The vegetal and nutty toasted rice flavors balance beautifully and are reminiscent of toasted corn bread. Gen Mai Cha is known to enhance the flavor of fine food and to cleanse the palate. Best served hot to reflect a satisfying cup of soup or a warm hug.
This perfectly balanced blend of subtly sweet cherry and rose hips with tart cranberry and hibiscus make this herbal tea refreshingly delicious and reminiscent of a fun fruit punch drink. Perfect for children and others watching sugar and caffeine; Cranberry Breeze is wonderful hot or iced and is the perfect alternative to sweet caffeinated drinks.
Tulsi, or Indian Holy Basil, is a slightly sweet, smooth herbal tisane with a round, almost mint-like flavor. Called the “spiritual elixir of life”, Tulsi boasts unique beneficial effects for both the body and mind, including improved memory, reduction of fever, relief from coughs, colds, asthma, stress, respiratory illness, and many other ailments. With its origins in India, Tulsi is worshiped both morning and night by Hindus at large for its rich properties and promotion of wellness and longevity. Best served hot and enjoyed often.