with a cup of one of our curated, hand-blended teas, and build your own collection.
with automatic, monthly deliveries of two different blends. About 20 servings per jar.
new tea varieties and refine your palate. Our teas are made with love in Brooklyn.
Our ingredients come from producers focused on organic and sustainable farming methods.
Plastic-free and recyclable packaging. Even our tape is biodegradable!
We buy fair trade when possible – which is most of the time! About 90% of our ingredients are Fair Trade certified.
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White Peony, coconut, lemongrass, ginger and cardamom complement each other in this flavorful blend. Steeping suggestion: 3-4 min
An all-purpose healing blend of turmeric root, orange peel, ginger, black pepper and cardamom.
Enjoy the flavor of a coconut-y hot chocolate, sans the extra calories, plus the antioxidants from raw cacao nibs, coconut, and red rooibos. Steeping suggestion: 4-5 min
Headache Be Gone
Feverfew, peppermint, lavender, and Rosemary, with a dash of White Peony tea leaves will set your aching skull back on its tracks.
A delicious blend of healing spices such as cinnamon, clove, cardamom, nutmeg, ginger, bay leaf and peppercorns. Steeping suggestion: 4-5 min.
Mint & Rose
Sencha leaves blended with organic peppermint and rose petals. Steeping suggestion: 2-3 min.
Blend of Earl Grey leaves, organic rose petals, lavender, and rosemary create a classy, boldly floral taste. Steeping suggestion: 4-5 min.
Lemongrass, spearmint, and genmaicha blended together to give you the perfect start to your morning. Steeping suggestion: 3-4 min
Most popular of black teas, this full-bodied, dark, and malty tea reigns exclusively from the highly skilled tea region of Assam India. Steeping suggestion: 2-3 min
This organic tea is partially fermented in Sri Lanka for a smooth, not too bitter taste that goes wonderfully with desserts. Steeping suggestion: 3-4 min.
One of the most sought after teas. Comes from the Northern Himalayas in India, and boasts astringent, flowery flavor notes. Steeping suggestion: 2-3 min.