When the clock strikes tea time, we’re here to help you find your new favorite brands and blends.
How Do You Take Your Tea?
Our extensive tea selection includes blends that are caffeine-free, fair trade, organic, non-GMO, sustainably harvested, and more. So, however you take your tea, you can enjoy it knowing it’s good for you and the planet.
Best Tea Brands
Put on the kettle while you get to know our top-selling tea brands:
Offering herbal remedies that can help you detox or build immune and stress support, Yogi Tea embraces a “feel good, be good, do good” philosophy.
For over 30 years, Traditional Medicinals has been tapping into the healing powers of botanical ingredients to help promote everyday wellness.
When you’re craving a cuppa, you don’t have to compromise on flavor or eco-friendliness:
Thrive Market Organic English Breakfast Tea
English breakfast tea is a classic in many kettles. Ours is made from a blend of organic and fair trade black tea and offers a higher caffeine content to help you start the day.
Teapigs Earl Grey Strong Tea
This loose leaf tea packs a punch balancing strong Rwandan and Assam teas with more subtle Darjeeling and Ceylon flavors, plus aromatic bergamot.
Organic, Caffeine-Free Tea
Free of caffeine, these bright herbal flavors are perfect for starting your day off right or winding down in the evening:
Thrive Market Organic Lemon Ginger Tea
This zesty lemon tea blend from our own brand isn’t just good — it’s good for your gut and the environment, too. Ginger and licorice help promote digestive health, and the herbs are happily contained in biodegradable tea bags to reduce waste.
The Republic of Tea Biodynamic Moringa Mint Tea
Start or finish your day with a cup of this invigorating herbal tea. The mint and moringa leaves are harvested from Egypt, where they’re grown through biodynamic farming methods.
Natural Chocolate-Infused Tea
Sweeten up your tea routine with these rich chocolatey tea blends:
Numi Tea Chocolate Pu∙erh Tea
A luxurious blend of organic, fair-trade cocoa, vanilla bean, zesty orange peel, and a dash of cinnamon, this caffeinated pu-erh tea will quickly become your go-to pick-me-up.
Tea Time Tips and Tidbits
Check out our blog for more information about the history and health advantages of drinking different types of tea:
The Health Benefits of Drinking Chai Tea
For five thousand years, we’ve been sipping and savoring the spicy flavors and restorative benefits of chai tea. Check out this post to find out how your favorite blend is actually doing your body good.
A Closer Look at the Calming Properties of Chamomile Tea
There’s nothing more soothing at the end of the day than a steaming cup of chamomile tea, especially when it can prevent illness and help you get a better night’s sleep. Learn about the multitude of health benefits this botanical blend offers.
A Quick History of Afternoon Tea
Do you know the difference between high tea and afternoon tea? Or when these tea-riffic traditions started? Read on for a bit of history into this beloved British pastime — plus tips for hosting your own afternoon tea party.