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Wellness teas for your health, healing, and happiness

While there is power in the simple act of drinking a cup of tea infused with health benefits, we believe our products’ greatest lifestyle benefit will be to help people take a moment for enjoyment, for mindfulness, and for focus, each and every day.

Sourcing the finest quality

We have a rigorous program to vet all of the suppliers to make sure they meet our exacting standards. 

Our tea experts test and approve everything to ensure each ingredient meets our specifications.

Making the perfect blends

We source our ingredients from over 25 countries, and we work with tea Masters that have years of experience developing tea blends. 

We strive to create herbal tea blends with focus on core body wellness

Supporting your healthy lifestyle

We love experimenting with new flavor profiles and creating tea blends with a modern twist, so that people can enjoy their exquisitely crafted tea with extra benefits such as clarity of mind, sleep or energy.

Founder Statement

The vision of Core Beverages is to expand the reach of healthy indulgence to people everywhere. In showing that a healthy lifestyle can be as simple as drinking a cup of tea each morning, we hope to share this truth across perspectives, worldviews, cultures and borders.

- Omik Gandhi


Space (Akasha) is the first one of the great elements found in Ayurveda and is often referred to as “space” or “emptiness” or "ether". The ear and the mouth are associated with this element and is the home of potential and possibility. It is the spiritual force that Earth, Air, Fire, and Water descend from.


Air (Vayu) represents breath, mental intention, and lightness. It is the second of the five elements since air has a close relationship with ether. This element is present in the respiratory system and nerves and epitomises connection to universal life force.


Fire (Agni) is the third of the great elements and related to ether because it provides it with the space to burn. Fire is strongly associated with the eyes and the body’s heat and represents energy. It is a tool for transformation of thoughts and emotions.


Water (Jala) is the fourth great element and is the protector of the body. Water is expressed in the body in five distinct ways: saliva, stomach, the nerves, the joints, and the respiratory system and represents emotional release, intuition, and inner reflection.


Earth (Prithvi) is the last of all the elements because it evolves from the last four. It represents grounding and connection to the foundation of life, and is heavily associated with our sense of smell, bones, nails, and teeth.

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