Yogi is a big brand known and seen in many places. Though I was hoping for a unique perspective from this company I was only given the chance to copy and paste from their website. It is difficult with huge companies like this to access the top but one day if you are reading this I’d love to have your more personalized response! That being said despite how big they have become I appreciate their commitment to being non-GMO and a higher reach towards organics.
Location: Headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, US.
- “Over the past three decades, we’ve continued to make delicious, functional teas inspired by the ancient holistic healing philosophy of Ayurveda, and have expanded our offerings to address specific needs with specialized herbal formulas blended for both delicious taste and healthful benefit. Today, Yogi has over 40 tea blends made from 140 exotic spices and botanicals sourced from around the globe. We believe in the synergistic benefit of herbs; complementing them with intriguing, delightful flavors – qualities that make all of our teas uniquely Yogi.”
Most popular tea?
Does the company name have a meaning?
“Yogi is inspired by the ancient holistic philosophy of Ayurveda – a 3,000 year old Indian philosophy.”
Do you participate in any charities?
- Yogi has a wide array of communities that they have contributed to. It is heartwarming to read. Check them all out here.
What are your thoughts on transparency in the tea industry?
- “We believe in using the highest quality spices and botanicals for their natural goodness, complementing them with intriguing, delightful flavors – qualities that make all of our teas uniquely Yogi. Our process begins long before these ingredients make their way into a cup of Yogi tea. By implementing highly-selective sourcing standards, rigorous quality testing and a commitment to creating products that minimize our environmental footprint, we ensure quality products for you while respecting our planet.” Read more here.
What role does tea play in our lives?
- “Translated to “knowledge (veda) of life (ayus)”, Ayurveda considers each person to be unique and advises each person individually according to their unique history and constitution, known in Ayurveda as their “Dosha”.”
TeaTiff Picks: Yogi is my go to for not feeling so good tea. Their Cold Season tisane is perfect for when you aren’t 100%. My mom really enjoys their Egyptian Licorice blend which is a bit spicy with a calming effect.