• Vanilla Honeybush

    $6.00

    A honeybush tea with red rooibos, vanilla flavour, and vanilla pieces.

  • Berry Blend (Organic)

    $6.00

    Berry blend is a fruity herbal tea that features a beautiful deep purple colour with a strong aroma of mixed raisins. It also includes dried currants, which give it added complexity of flavour and helps to balance out the tartness of the berries. It’s a wonderful choice to compliment dessert or even take its place. Great tea base for sangria, holiday punch or mulled wine. Ingredients: elderberries, currant, hibiscus petals, and berry extract. Organic.

  • Pacific Sunset

    $7.00

    Our take on a refreshing fruity chai with lingering coconut goodness. How to prepare this tea: infuse 1,5 tsp in 250 ml of water at 100° for 5-9 min.  EU certified clean ingredients: red rooibos, apple pieces, orange peel, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, coconut flakes, lemongrass, red peppercorns, red currants and cornflowers. 

  • Tangelo

    $7.00

    A rooibos tea with apple, raisins, candied papaya, carrot, beetroot, natural flavour, pumpkin, vanilla, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, rose, and nutmeg.

  • Kokomint

    $6.00

    Kokomint has an intoxicating aroma, just like chocolate-mint combo we are all so familiar with, minus the guilt! The notes of cacao come through as you take your first sip. The tea is not only playful and fun, it also packed with all the minty, and chocolatey natural goodness!  Red rooibos, the base of this tea, contains many essential and revitalizing minerals. Cacao beans are rich in calcium. Finally, peppermint is known for its ability to clear brain fog and aids in digestion. Goodbye, food coma!  Perfect for satisfying your dessert craving without the sugar and caffeine! Ingredients: Red rooibos, peppermint, carob + cocoa ban pieces, calendula + sunflower petals, natural flavours.

  • Hibiscus (Organic)

    $6.00

    Hibiscus tea is known for its tart flavour and vivid magenta hue similar to pomegranate. This tea is high in antioxidants, a great source of Vitamin C to support the immune system. Hibiscus is often served with sweetener to offset the tartness. It’s delicious to enjoy hot or iced. The petals themselves are eatable, too! Candied hibiscus pairs really well with black teas or as a garnish for your cocktails. It is advisable to consult with your physician before drinking high amounts of hibiscus tea if you are on medication(s) for high blood pressure, diabetes, or if you are pregnant. Ingredients: Hibiscus flower from Egypt. Organic.

  • Nettle (Organic)

    $6.00

    An herbal tea of nettle leaf with savoury, grassy notes. Some homeopathic applications of this tea are: a gentle diuretic, allergy remedy, and iron supplement. Organic.

  • Just Liquorice (Organic)

    $6.00

    A single origin herbal tea of liquorice root pieces from Egypt with a sweet and aromatic finish.

  • Butterfly Pea Flower

    $10.00

    A single origin herbal tea from Chao Phraya Delta, Thailand. Almost savoury in nature, it brews a strong, deep indigo colour that transforms into a magical violet when it meets something acidic, like lemon juice.  Butterfly Pea Flower is very popular in Asia, where it’s also known as “Blue Tea.” The earthy notes pair well with peppermint, chamomile, or our Melon Mist Oolong if you prefer to drink it blended. Ingredient: butterfly pea flower