Product of the Week: Rishi Tea

Award winning organic fair trade tea from Rishi Tea sets the standard.

| December 2008 Web


Antioxidant-rich African rooibos and real, wild blueberries taste great hot or cold.

Photo Courtesy Rishi Tea

From tea gardens throughout Asia, Rishi Tea has supplied kitchen cabinets around the world with artisan tea that is not only USDA-certified organic, but also fair trade and Kosher-certified. 

Rishi Tea specializes in a wide range of teas, from yerba maté to rooibos and white peony. Bai mu dan, better known as white peony, is a popular smooth and sweet tea that originated in Fujian, China. Composed of a silvery bud and two tea leaves, the tea undergoes a production process that yields a mild flavor and pairs well with diverse foods. 

For a different taste, try the blueberry rooibos, which is great iced or warm. The tea is a hand blend of antioxidant African rooibos and wild blueberries that fuses sweet and tart flavors. This caffeine-free tea is created using ancient tea-blending traditions. The tea is made up of organic blueberries, organic fair trade-certified  hibiscus, organic schizandra berries, organic fair trade-certified rooibos and natural flavors of blueberry and strawberry.

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