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The folks at Yogi Tea believe the purpose of its business is to be of service, championing a “Feel Good, Be Good, Do Good” philosophy. The brand boasts more than 40 years of experience and is committed to offering healthy, natural teas to help support the well-being of tea drinkers all over the world. Holistic teachings of Ayurveda and healthy living are two of the key inspirations for Yogi, and both continue to inform how its master mixers develop products for you to enjoy at home.
The History of Yogi Tea
Yogi Tea started in 1969 with Yogi Bhajan began teaching yoga in America. While sharing his wisdom of Ayurveda with his students, he served a specially spiced Indian tea they affectionately called “Yogi Tea,” and the name stuck. The original recipe included five traditional Ayurvedic spices:
- Cardamom seed
- Cinnamon bark
- Clove bud
- Ginger root
- Black pepper
The brand blossomed into the Yogi Tea Company in 1984, when packages of this spice mix landed on natural food store shelves throughout Southern California. By 1986, the tea began nationwide distribution with three flavors.
Yogi Tea Company Mission
The idea behind Yogi Tea is that while great taste is essential, it’s not enough. Tea should leave you feeling great, too. With this in mind, every product starts with the same question: How will this recipe work with both the body and mind? From there, the brand takes a cue from nature and creates its teas in kitchens, not labs. Each brew is made with whole spices and botanicals, so you get nothing but pure infusions to sip and enjoy.
Benefits of Yogi Tea
Every time you steep a bag of Yogi Tea, you’re doing your body—and your mind—some good.
- More than 40 tea blends to choose from
- Made with over 140 exotic spices and botanicals
- Highly selective sourcing standards
- Rigorous quality testing
- Certified kosher
Top Yogi Tea Products
You’ll love curling up with these top Yogi Tea products.
Relax with a calming cup of tea that features lemon balm leaf, passionflower plant extract, and organic chamomile and lavender. There’s refreshing spearmint and a touch of honey for sweetness, too.
Inspired by a remedy from ancient Russia, this organic green tea is blended with kombucha to help deliver antioxidants. The sweet plum flavor is light and fruity, and highlighted by both spearmint and lemongrass.
Here’s a tea with potential to help reduce the effects of free radicals. Infused with citrusy lemongrass, floral jasmine tea, and licorice, this might be your new favorite green tea go-to.
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