Tea has been around for ages and is recognized for its health and nutritional Benefits.

Tea has been around for ages and is recognized for its health and nutritional benefits along with that energizing and royal tasty sip. Coffee has been the taste of the Americans and other parts of the world in Western culture but societies of eastern culture and some parts of the western culture too recognize tea of different colors, tastes and odor for their nutritional and healthy benefits. In fact tea has been a part and parcel of the their daily ordeal such and such that people consider offering a tea cup to the guest as a sign of welcome and respect and expects the same honor for themselves too. Tea also has been believed to treat various common ailments like headache, sleeplessness, stomach pain etc.

Best in quality, taste and nutritional value—broken down by type of tea and tagged by mood, flavor, healing and health benefits, we have an assortment of various tea types. Surf them to explore yourself.

Black tea

Black tea has a strong flavor. Black tea is made when the tea leaf goes through complete oxidation, which is simply the process of darkening the tea leaves by exposing them to air. This process causes it to have the highest levels of caffeine compared to other varietals of tea.

Black tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world, often consumed as iced tea or served with milk and sugar.

  • Morning Rise Breakfast Blend of Black Teas

An organic blend of Keemun black tea, Darjeeling black tea, Ceylon black tea and Assam black tea–all in one tea bag.

  • Golden Chai Spiced Assam Black Tea

A blend of cinnamon, cardamom and ginger. This tea has a spicy and sweet flavor.

Green tea

Green tea have grown increasingly popular in the past several years, with headlines touting the health benefits of antioxidant-rich green tea. It generally has an earthy, grassy, sweet flavor and has become so popular you can now find green tea flavored ice cream and gum.

Instant Tea Health & Nutritional Benefits

Instant Tea Health & Nutritional Benefits

Green tea leaves undergo minimal amounts of oxidation, increasing the level of antioxidants and decreasing caffeine levels. Many green teas are about a third to half the caffeine of eight ounces of coffee.

  • Green Tea Goji berry

A blend of organic green tea leaf, green matcha tea leaf and goji berries.

  • Green Tea Super Antioxidant

With grapeseed extract, emblic fruit extract, and herbs like lemongrass and green tea leaf, this tea has a very grassy flavor; it even tastes healthy.

  • Green Tea Energy

With Asian ginseng root, green tea, lemongrass, spearmint and kombucha. Drink this one for an energy boost.

  • Tropical Acai Berry Green Tea

A blend of green tea, hibiscus, natural flavors of acai berry, mango, banana, blackberry leaves, guarana and acai berry fruit.

  • Blueberry Breeze Green Tea

Green tea, hibiscus, blueberry flavors, and blackberry and blueberry leaves give this tea an extra fruity flavor.

  • Green Tea Pomegranate

A blend of green tea leaf, hibiscus flower, pomegranate juice powder and stevia leaf makes this one very tart and sweet.

Red tea

Red tea also known as Rooibos, comes from South Africa. It has a rich taste and no caffeine. Most red tea is picked by hand and goes through oxidation. Red tea is known for its variety of health benefits, including extremely high levels of antioxidants and generous doses of important minerals. In some parts of the world, red tea is used to help with headaches, insomnia, nervous tension, asthma, eczema and other medical conditions.

White tea

White tea goes through no oxidation. To prevent oxidation, it is air-dried immediately after being picked, then steamed or fired. This tea has a much lighter taste and color than others. Because the tea is so refined, it is best paired with lighter fruits, flowers and flavors to prevent overpowering the tea. It has also been noted in many studies to have the highest levels of antioxidants of the tea varieties.

  • Honeydew Melon White Tea

The simple mixture of pure white tea and natural honeydew melon flavor make this one of my favorite teas.

  • Antioxidant Plum White Tea

This tea has a sweet, subtle flavor

  • Velvet Garden White Rose

The subtle, flowery flavor of this tea is soothing and relaxing.

  • Pomegranate White Tea

This tea is recommended for those who like very bitter flavors.

Yerba mate

Mate contains half the caffeine of coffee and twice the antioxidants as green and black tea. The yerba mate plant comes from South America—its leaves and stems are dried and brewed to make the healthful drink that is gaining popularity in America. The combination of caffeine, antioxidants, and a wide range of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and phytonutrients makes mate the most balanced stimulant. Mate has a unique flavor, sometimes bittersweet and sometimes smoky, depending on the way it is processed.

  • Traditional Mate

This is the basic mate–all organic with an earthy flavor. This one gives a great energy boost without the butterflies during drinking of the  coffee.

  • Mate Chocolate

A blend of cocoa, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and stevia. This one is sweet and rich, without the calories and additives of hot chocolate.

  • Organic Yerba Mate

Another basic mate that offers a healthy boost of energy.

Herbal tea

Herbal Tea does not contain any caffeine. It is not actually tea but rather an infusion or blend of various herbs. It is made from plants, flowers, herbs and fruits to infuse flavor, and often health benefits, into a decaffeinated drink.

  • Organic Golden Ginger

This is made up with organic ginger root and organic chamomile flower. This tea is a great help when your stomach hurts or when you’ve eaten too much, as it supports healthy digestive function. It helps with indigestion, ballooning and gassiness and has a strong and spicy flavor.

  • Organic Chamomile With Lavender

Drink this one before bed or when stressed out. The mellow flavor of chamomile and lavender helps you relax and soothes stomach.

  • Mango Passion fruit

With rosehips, orange peel, safflower, hibiscus and lemongrass, this tea is sweet and fruity.

Organic Mint Mélange

A blend of peppermint, lemongrass and spearmint. Peppermint is a great tummy-soother and one of my favorite flavors, so this one is definitely a staple.

  • Honey Throat Comfort

With many herbs including honey bush, lemongrass and Echinacea root to soothe the throat and boost the immune system.

  • Cold Season Sampler

Echinacea Immune Support:

With a wellness formula including various types of echinacea and many other herbs like peppermint, lemongrass, cinnamon and ginger root to strengthen defenses and promote clear breathing.

Cold season

A blend of ginger, cardamom and clove to support nasal and bronchial function, and eucalyptus and peppermint to promote free breathing.

Breathe deep

With thyme, eucalyptus, basil and mullein to soothe the respiratory tract and promote easy healing.

Throat comfort

Slippery elm and mullein relieves minor throat irritation and coats the throat to protect.

  • Rest and Relax Sampler

With four different tea varieties, including: 

Kava Stress Relief

A blend of kava root, cinnamon bark, ginger root and sarsaparilla root to ease the mind and promote relaxation.

Chamomile

With nothing but chamomile to offer a simple, subtle flavor.

Bedtime

With valerian root, passion flower, spearmint, chamomile, skullcap, st. john’s wort leaf and flower, and other herbs to promote healthy sleeping.

Calming

With licorice root, chamomile flower, hibiscus flower, lemongrass and other herbs to calm the mind and body.