It's Tea Time
Tea is considered one of the perfect fall and winter beverages. Like coffee, it does contain caffeine, but for some people, they prefer the lightness of tea. Tea also has the ability to be infused with a variety of ingredients to add flavor and health benefits. Cool and cold weather just make you want to sit in front of the fire with a cup of warm tea, bundled up and relax. If that’s your bag, you’re in luck because today we Black Owned Tea Companies for you to support and enjoy. Don’t forget that you can see even more of our great tea listings here.
Tea Please Tea is a Black Woman Owned Loose leaf Tea Brand from Houston, Texas. These Dessert flavored teas are designed to satisfy your sweet tooth without the use of sugar. They are flavored only with natural ingredients and fruits. They are all vegan and non-GMO for all of your dietary needs.
Adjourn Teahouse is a premium loose leaf tea brand with a mission to help you pause and rest. The handcrafted tea blends are curated to taste so good that you have no choice but to pause and enjoy them. This brand wants to help you rediscover balance for yourself.
Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, Good Thoughts Tea Company offers loose leaf tea based around the healing properties of herbs. With Good Thoughts Tea Company, you should feel reawakened by the experience of drinking a great cup of tea.
Teaspressa is the tea for those who aren’t the biggest fans of the beverage. it gives you the benefits, but it gives you more of a coffee feel. But that’s not the only thing that they offer. This beverage brand has tea blends but also flavored sugar cubes that you can use with the tea or on their own to make cocktails and mocktails. if you’re looking for something different, this might be right up your alley.
Hella Tea from Oakland is a loose leaf tea company that channels the energy of the Bay area and combines it with an old school hip hop feel. The flavors and packaging are designed to showcase the incredible Bay area hip hop heritage and icons.
Leafberri Tea is a tea company that is showcasing Kenyan Black, Green, and Purple Teas. The tea from this company goes to help support small farmers in Kenya. Using only Kenyan tea allows this company to make sure they are having a positive impact on the community of tea growers in the country.
For Tea and I, the goal of this brand is promote health and wellness with the use of tea. This Black Woman Owned brand offers tea with a variety of benefits, including this tea designed to help you get to sleep at night.
This tea brand is another that is focused on the health benefits of tea. Co-founder Shaneequewa Samuels founded the company to help others who have been experiencing negative results of unhealthy diets and lifestyles. Getting a subscription plan ensures you have ready access to teas with herbal recipes from the island of Jamaica and support for your detox.
The Oatstraw Tea Company is an herbal wellness company that began when it’s founder discovered the benefits of herbal medicine while pregnant with her twins. The original 8 blends created make up the Wellness and Balance collection and they are joined by seasonal varieties all in resealable bags for your convenience.
Steep and Sip Teas has tea blends for your self care regimen and relaxation. They offer a wide variety of tea types from regions around the world. You also get two reusable steeping bags with your order as well for those who may run out or are just getting started with loose tea.
Viva Leaf Tea Co. is a Pennsylvania based company that also grows some of its own ingredients, combining Black Farming with tea. You can also get your tea sweetened with their home grown honey as well.
Brooklyn Tea might be the premier Black owned tea purveyor. This Brooklyn institution was created by Official Tea Sommelier Alfonso Wright and his wife Jamila Wright. The company features over 60 varieties in their Brooklyn and Atlanta tea rooms along with espresso and light fare. Get a piece of tea culture and Brooklyn today when you place an order to keep you warm through the colder months.