Damiana: Damiana is the leaf of a small shrub native to Central and South America and was used for centuries by the Mayans as an aphrodisiac and antidepressant.
Yin Hao Jasmine: Jasmine scented green tea is traditionally made by stacking sheets of green tea leaves and jasmine flowers one on top of the other for a number of hours.
Rooibos: The Dutch who settled South Africa went looking to the bush for a tea substitute and came back with this shrub whose name in Africans literally means "Red Bush".
Keemun - High Mountain: This Keemun tea is named after the organic plantation on which it is produced, high in the mountains of Anhui Province.
Honeybush: This South African bush adds a sweet honey-like flavor to herbal infusions as demonstrated in our Floral Sonnets.
Hibiscus: Almost cranberry in flavor, Hibiscus is rich in vitamin C but more importantly it's got the "zing" people look for in herbal blends.
Floral Sonnets: This complex chamomile based blend is the perfect tea for curling up on the couch and reading a good book.
Darjeeling, Second Flush: This fine Darjeeling hails from the Goomtee estate in the Muscatel Valley.
Assam, Khongea Estate: This fine example of Assam is grown on the Khongea Estate in the lowlands of Assam, India.