Margaret's Hope Darjeeling
An orange pekoe black tea with a storied past. Tragic death, the undying love of a father, a colonialist tea garden, you know: a real feelgood piece. Floral and citrus notes that pair well with cream and sugar.
Lord Earl Gray
A highly aromatic black tea infused with bergamot and then mixed with cornflowers for that extra pop of color so you know it's fancy.
The portrait of an Earl Grey that has been elevated with apple, linden, and mallow petals.
Bangalore Rose Chai
A delicate black tea paired with rose petals and chai spices.
Cocoa Noir Chai
Black tea and cocoa beans stumbled into my office like a pair of black cats. I knew right away that this would be a chai-spicy case.
A smooth black tea with hazelnut notes and a nice and smooth vanilla finish. Pairs well with cream.
Like drinking a cake! This black tea combines pomegranate, cranberry, cocoa, and other botanicals into a fruity and earthy cup.
Traditional genmaicha, a green tea served with popped rice, paired with subtle chai spice.
Green tea paired with echinacea, elderberries, rosehips, mango, goji berries, sage, and raspberry pieces. A tasty immunity boost.
Strawberry Tingle Rooibos
Rooibos, rose petals, and strawberry pair up for a tasty caffeine-free cup.
A tea for wellbeing: ashwagandha root, rose petals, and elderflower petals are paired with apple and cranberry.
Raspberry Lemon Verbena
Take a deep breath and relax with this herbal blend of fruit, lemon verbena, hibiscus, and lemongrass.
The perfect study tea. Rosehips, bilberry leaves, rosemary, green mate, holy basil, and orange pieces jazzercise the mind. Contains some caffeine.
Here Comes the Sun
Wake up babe a new tea just dropped. An energizing blend of green mate, lemongrass, spearmint, ginko, ginseng, nettle, and flowers.
Buddha's kitchen sink! A calming and rejuvenating blend of rooibos, spearmint, lemongrass, nettle, lavender passionflower, lemon verbena, rose petals, willow bark, plum and, mallow petals.
Get hexed by this herbal cauldron of fruit and pumpkin. Tastes like pumpkin pie with cream and sugar!
Head to Toes
Good and good for you, this functional blend of turmeric, fennel, bamboo leaves, and orange is sure to keep you in the game and help your joint pain.
A cocktail of rooibos, elderberry, rosehip, currant, orange, lime, blackberry leaves, raspberries, and blueberries. What does this tea help with? The clue is in the name...
Honeybush is a naturally sweet and caffeine-free shrub native to South Africa. When paired with peach and tangerine pieces, it becomes a treat for your tastebuds.
Simplicity at its finest. A refreshing Japanese barley tea great hot or over ice.
Almond Amaretto Biscotti
A rooibos tea with orange, almond pieces, and bakery spices create a delightful aroma.
A tart and bright fruity concoction of apple pieces, rose hips, cranberry, elderberry, and hibiscus.
Orange Spice Rooibos
Orange, spice, and rooibos—NICE!
A simple and clean blend of spearmint, peppermint, and lemongrass. A Lunarium exclusive, and our first in-house blend.
A delicate, low-caffeine Japanese green tea made from tea stems rather than leaves.
Four Seasons Taiwan High Mountain Oolong
Grown at an elevation of over 1600ft in Rural Taiwan, this rolled oolong is oxidized to 20%, creating delicate notes of gardenia and cream.
"Yong De" Blue Label Pu-erh
A great intro to puer teas from Yunnan Sourcing! This shu puer tea has an earthy and dark base with a honey finish.
A stunning dark and smooth black tea, kissed by a touch of osmanthus sweetness.
Quanzhou Milk Oolong (Peaches 'n Cream)
From Fujian Province, this outstanding milk oolong has an aroma and taste like peach ice cream. No joke!
A delicately sweet and nutty roasted kukicha (tea stems). Very low caffeine content leads to a very soothing brew.
Moli Longzhu (Jasmine Pearls)
An Incredibly floral green tea courtesy of Seven Cups from Fujian Province. A calming jasmine aroma that lasts through multiple infusions.
Silver Moonlight Wild White
Picked and processed by hand, this white tea from Yunnan Province has light notes of baked almond.