Herbal Tea

Our herbal teas do not contain the traditional tea leaves of the camellia sinensis plant and, thus, are naturally caffeine-free. The flowers and fruits are allowed to slowly wither, allowing the natural moisture to evaporate before being sun dried.

  • 2010 Organic Rose Buds

    2010 Organic Rose Buds

    Rose tea is truly a lady's tea. Not only does it have attractive colors, it contains curative properties......

  • 2010 Imperial Wild-Growing Kuding from Hainan Province

    2010 Imperial Wild-Growing Kuding from Hainan Province

    Kuding tea has the reputation of being a health tea, a longevity tea and a slimming tea. It has been proven to......

  • 2010 Guangxi Jiao Gu Lan

    2010 Guangxi Jiao Gu Lan

    The Fiveleaf Gynostemma herb, also known as Jiao Gu Lan, grows in the southern mountains of China. A thousand......

  • Purple Chrysanthemum Wild Flower Tea

    Purple Chrysanthemum Wild Flower Tea

    The purple chrysanthemum is a rare chrysanthemum flower found only on a mountain in Qiaoban village, which is......


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