Over 125 globally sourced teas loose leaf teas from the major tea categories.

Keeping it Black

The most popular tea of the Western world, black teas is fully oxidized to give its signature strong full body taste. Served alone or with milk and sugar, it has just enough caffeine to kick start your day. And to cool you down on lazy summer days, it’s perfect served on ice.

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The Power of Green

Green tea, nature’s miracle in a cup! For over 4000 years, this has been the ‘tea of choice’ throughout asia. Mildly caffeinated, green tea has been revered for its long list of health benefits. If you’ve got an ailment, chances are it can help remedy. Delicious alone or paired with a variety of fruit and spice combinations - there is every reason to make it your daily tea.

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Herbal Delicious!

Imagine Belgian Chocolate without the guilt! It’s true. If you’re looking for a treat that is 100% caffeine and calorie free, this is the list you want to be choosing from. Whether it’s something sweet, spicy, or mint fresh, we’re sure you’ll find something to tantalize your taste buds.

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The White Collection

White tea, the purest of them all! The least processed of teas… this tea is simply steamed or dried maximizing its antioxidant agents to boost immunity and fight cancer. Made from the highest quality and youngest part of the tea plant, this low caffeine, naturally sweet tea was once reserved only for Emperors.

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Rah Rah Rooibos!

Rooibos is a popular herbal tea that deserves a category of it’s own. Originating from the South Africa ‘red bush’ plant. Its woodsy, sweet creamy flavor makes it the perfect foundation for an endless number of dessert-like tea blends. If you’re looking for a treat that is 100% caffeine and calorie free, we’re sure you’ll find a rooibos blend to tantalize your taste buds.

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Oolong, Oolong!

Often dubbed as the ‘fat burner’ of the teas… Oolongs are semi-oxidized to give its full-bodied, yet fragrant and fruity aroma - the perfect bridge between black and green teas. Appreciated for their fat burning properties and as a digestive aid, oolongs often accompany heavy meals.

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