The Pacific Northwest peppermint variety is prized as the most aromatic, soothingly sweet and potent in the world. Rishi’s pure peppermint is grown near wine regions like Yakima Valley, in microclimates that are perfectly suited for growing peppermint with a naturally sweet, rich flavor and euphoric, heady aroma.
Our signature chamomile blend highlights golden Croatian chamomile blossoms, which are masterfully paired with soothing herbal counterpoints of lemon verbena, lemongrass, and spearmint. Striking the perfect balance of savory and floral, Chamomile Medley is a delightful way to relax and refresh the palate at the end of a meal.
Blueberry Hibiscus refreshes with the tangy-tart character of hibiscus, the sweet succulence of Great Lakes blueberries and the complex floral accents of wild-harvested schisandra berries. Known as the five-flavor fruit, schisandra berry has a long history as a traditional East Asian tonic and anti-stress tea.
Jasmine is China’s most famous scented tea. Jasmine trees first arrived in China from Persia during the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) by way of the ancient Silk Road. The sweet fragrance of jasmine tea can only be created in the traditional way, involving nine stages of scenting to deeply infuse the tea leaves with the aroma of fresh jasmine petals.
Masala Chai is a spiced tea beverage with roots in ancient India, where traditional spice blends known as karha were mixed with black tea, milk and sugar. Rishi’s famously spicy Masala Chai is balanced and energizing when brewed either straight up or in the classic way with milk and sugar to taste.
This classic black tea is the namesake of Charles Grey, Britain’s Prime Minister during the 1830’s. After saving the life of a Chinese nobleman, the Earl Grey received a gift of citrus blossom-scented tea traditionally known as Tai Tai Cha. Tea salons throughout Europe replicated this blend by perfuming black teas with the aromatic oil of Italian bergamot oranges. Thus, a timeless tea was born.