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Greek Mountain Tea

Known since ancient Greek times, it’s also known as Shepard’s tea. It is one of the most popular Greek herb teas. It has been used as a daily refreshment and energy boost. It has been purported to improve memory, help fight depression and ADHD, with its mood enhancing effect.

Turkish Black Tea

For hundreds of years, an integral part of Turkish culture and deeply rooted in Turkish society. Turkish tea is a mainstay in any Turkish home or business, and often offered as a gesture of hospitality. 

Elderberry Tea

A warm and soothing drink, it’s made from dried, ripe Elderberries. The resulting tea has a mild, sweet and tart taste with earthy undertones. For a unique flavor variation, you can steep it with cinnamon sticks.

***Those with auto-immune disease like MS, Lupus, RA or other immune deficiency conditions should NOT drink elderberry tea. ***

German Ginger Licorice Tea

Ginger and Licorice are two powerful natural ingredients that when combined may provide several health benefits. With a sweet, spicy, cooling sensation, you won’t likely need sweeteners with this tea as it has a natural sweetness derived from plant roots.

***The same compounds in licorice root that have health benefits can also cause some negative effects. Excessive consumption may lower potassium levels and increase blood pressure. Avoid if pregnant. Please speak to your healthcare provider before consuming licorice root ***

Ginger Turmeric Tea (Caffeine Free)

The modern world may have taken notice of the ginger and turmeric benefits.  There is a growing recognition that ginger, and turmeric are powerful natural remedies. However, many ancient civilizations have used them for centuries.

Japanese Green Tea

Green tea, produced from fresh tea leaves that have not undergone oxidation, originated in southern China and may have been consumed as far back as three thousand years ago. Around the sixth century, tea consumption and production spread from China to Japan. 

Chinese Oolong Tea

Oolong tea combines the qualities of black and green teas, giving it several purported health benefits. Oolong tea represents about 2% of the tea that is produced and consumed around the world, but well worth discovering.

Lemon Balm Tea

Lemon balm is a lemon scented herb from the mint family. Native to parts of Europe, Central Asia and Iran, the leaves are often used to flavor foods.

Butterfly Pea Tea (Caffeine free)

This tea comes from Southeast Asia, and is famous for its bright blue color that changes to darker blue or purple when citrus is added. With a light yet earthy flavor, it goes well with sugar, honey or Passionfruit juice.

African Chai Tea (Gluten free and Vegan friendly)

A cup of African Chai is an exquisite bouquet of tea and spices. Unlike a typical Chai, this unique African blend takes you on a journey of exotic flavors and aromas. Grown at the highest elevation tea gardens in Africa, these leaves are more complex and full-flavored.  With hints of All spice, cloves, cinnamon, and other flavors, this whole leaf black tea has a sweet and spicy taste.

Hope Blend Green Tea

Green teas come from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis (tea plant). It is made using steam-dry methods, it does not undergo oxidation or withering.  Hence, it is nutritionally denser and richer in antioxidants than other herbal teas.

This Plum Deluxe tea is hand blended in small batches with flavors of Jasmine buds and blue cornflower.

Citrus Mint Green Tea

Lemon and mint tea is a delicious and refreshing beverage that can provide a number of potential benefits for your health. Thanks to high levels of vitamin C found in both lemon and mint, it can help boost your immune system. Due to the anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties of mint, lemon and mint tea can help soothe the digestive system, reduce bloating, and improve digestion. Mint has a calming effect on the body and can help reduce stress.

Creamy Earl Grey

Earl Grey tea is a type of black tea that is flavored with the essential oil of bergamot, a citrus fruit with a distinctive aroma reminiscent of oranges, lemons, and limes. The tea quickly became popular in Britain and soon spread to other parts of the world.

English Breakfast Tea

English breakfast tea is made from a blend of black teas. It tends to be stronger than other teas, like herbal teas or green teas. Black tea has less caffeine than coffee, so many people drink it to stay healthier and improve their diet. English breakfast tea contains antioxidants which prevent damage in your cells that can lead to diseases. Drinking English breakfast tea may lower your risk of diseases such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer.

Lichee Jasmine Green Tea

Lichee Jasmine green tea is a sweet and delicious green tea with the luscious taste of Lichee fruit and gentile jasmine. With a smooth and easy fruity taste; a cross between a pear and a grape with some distinct floral notes. A very delicate blend, this tea is wonderful with a little sugar.


Herbal teas claim to have some health benefits, which are not substantiated by any regulatory or medical agency.  Some herbal teas can have adverse health effects in individuals with certain health conditions.  Please discuss the use of herbal teas with your doctor before consuming them.

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