Shop By

Intensity

Type

Cup size

Property

Brand

Yogi Tea

25 products
Shop By
Licorice Mint tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Bedtime tea from Yogi Tea
(1)
£2.90
Ginger Lemon Green Tea from Yogi Tea
(1)
£2.90
Green Balance tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Ginger Orange tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Choco tea from Yogi Tea
(2)
£2.90
Licorice tea from Yogi Tea
(1)
£2.90
Sweet Chai tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Turmeric Chai tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Natural Balance tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Yogi tea feel pure with lemon
£2.85
Sweet Chili tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Green Chai tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Ginger tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Women's Tea from Yogi Tea
(1)
£2.90
Black Chai tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Rooibos tea from Yogi Tea
(2)
£2.90
Lime Mint tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Classic tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Matcha Lemon Green Tea from Yogi Tea
£2.90
White Tea Aloe Vera from Yogi Tea
£2.90
Yogi Tea Feel Pure
£2.90
Yogi Tea Soul Balm
£2.90
Finest selection yogi tea
£2.90
Pumpkin Chai tea from Yogi Tea
(1)
£2.85

Out of stock

The story of Yogi Tea

Yogi comes from a 3000-year-old doctrine about the balance between body, soul, and spirit. In 1960, the traditions of yoga and Indian Ayurveda were introduced to the occidental world. Yogi Bhajan played a crucial role in this practice’s introduction, and he used his own aromatic spices. The Yogi tea blends were then made from cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves, and black pepper. It was sold in Europe for the first time in the 1970s, but from 1987 it was sold under the name Yogi Tea for the first time. 

Yogi Tea and its impact on the environment 

Yogi tea uses biological agriculture methods since the 1980s, even though this cultivation method was not yet recognised back then. It all comes together once we take into account the relationship between Yogi tea and the environment, combined with a specific lifestyle. All Yogi teas are labels with the EU’s organic label, as well as other labels from national bodies.

In Yogi tea’s production process, electricity comes from renewable energy. To further reduce the environmental impact, all the tea is transported from the factory to the stores by train. Yogi Tea’s offices are in Hamburg, where the building has received a “Green Building” certification from the European Commission, after their converted to a ecoenergy building in 2012. 

Yogi Tea and their support for organisations 

Yogi Tea participates in charity organisations focused on helping children and protecting nature. Their Kumari and Nevada projects help give orphans a better childhood, helping them become independent in matters of housing, love, health, and education. 

Another project focused on helping children is the Medadumbara initiative, which aims to help poor families in Sri Lanka. 

In Madagascar, Yogi supports a non-profit organisation called Naturfund, who buys and replants forests to protect the local species losing their homes because of deforestation.