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The health benefits in a cup of tea can stretch well beyond the ingredients in the brew: Taking time to boil the water, inhale the aromas wafting up from the steeping leaves, and feel the warmth of the cup in your hands before you take your first sip encourages you to slow down, stay present, and appreciate all the ways your senses can be engaged.
Here, find everything that you’ll need to get your tea ritual started. There’s different types of teas, tools for mixing up matcha, and some honey to add a bit of sweetness to the time that you’re dedicating toward yourself.
Bee Harmony American Raw Clover Honey
Raw honey is unpasteurized and unfiltered, meaning you’re getting a sweetener as it exists in the beehive, loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Teatis Tea Calm
Sensitive to sugar? This blend uses natural ingredients to lower your blood sugar levels, benefitting your
Emerson Creek Pottery Go Green Earthware Teapot
Boil water in a handmade clay pot to embrace the perfectly imperfect mindset, as no two items from this handmade pottery company are the same.
Rishi Matcha Serving Bowl
After sifting and whisking your matcha, use this porcelain bowl—complete with a groove for easy pouring— to serve your tea.
Seven Cups Bamboo Matcha Whisk
The high bristle count on this traditional whisk, crafted with bamboo from a famous green-tea region in China, helps dissolve your tea powder completely while adding a frothy finish.
The Republic of Tea Bold Black Chai
Start your morning knowing your drink of choice made a difference in the world. This chai uses organic leaves harvested from tea gardens that protect elephant habitats and allow the gentle giants to roam freely.
Thistle & Sprig Serenity Tea
Sourced from family-run sustainable tea farms, this pure green tea is scented with whole jasmine blossoms for a soothing and mellow finish.
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