We are proud to offer over 90 teas certified as kosher by Montreal Kosher – and we’re always looking to add more. L’chaim!
shop by ingredient
Chose one by which to filter your teas.
From the little Banaspaty estate in the Karbi Anglong district of India, this impressive Assam has a naturally sweet a...
Blueberries might just be the greatest fruit around – after all, they’re the star ingredient of North America’s favour...
When Pavarotti had a sore throat, he called for tea. This one has licorice, chamomile, rosehips, orange peel, peppermint and goji berries. Caffeine-free.
Creamy toasted coconut and vanilla beans mingle in this rich black tea. Add some dark rum to tap into your inner pirate.
This rare reserve tea is like no other jasmine – the delicately scented leaves are hand-shaped in the form of small butterflies.
With big chocolate curls to satisfy your dessert craving and zesty orange peel for a touch of fruitiness, this is the kind of treat you could get used to.
Luxuriate in this spectacular blend of oolong tea, jasmine flowers, organic lemon myrtle and natural orange oil. It’s incredible iced.
Even coffee addicts go crazy for this cooked pu’erh laced with chocolate, caramel, almond and two coffee bean extracts.
Bad colds require great interventions. Like this tea, a deliciously soothing mix of peppermint, juniper and orange peel. Caffeine-free.
Savour this premium black tea with its burst of bergamot oil, beautiful blue cornflower petals and a touch of creamy vanilla.
Seriously, it isn't just creamy, decadent caramel. Your new favourite dessert is 100% calorie free. Caffeine-free
This perfect blend brings together premium Yunnan, Darjeeling And Assam teas.
If you need a system reboot, try this tasty blend of rooibos, sencha, ginger, ginkgo, lemongrass and juniper. Not working? Just go back to bed.
Incredible as it seems, each of these pearls was hand-rolled. Made from green tea scented with jasmine flowers, they are perfect little gems.
Imitators abound, but ours is the real thing, grown in China’s West Lake Region. The leaves are meticulously pressed in a hot wok over and over until...perfection in every cup.
If you’re looking for a caffeine-free treat before bedtime, try this deliciously aromatic, pure chamomile tea. Kosher.
We think this flowery pekoe blend from Sri Lanka and India is the ultimate in English Breakfasts. It’s full-bodied and full of flavour.
Experience sheer, spicy perfection with this blend of lemongrass, red pepper, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom and exotic fruit. Caffeine-free.
Green tea with roasted rice is a popular drink in Japan, but it’s unusual to see a blend with Hojicha, the roasted gre...
This traditional Japanese green tea contains roasted grains of brown rice for a toasty, sweet flavour all its own.
It tastes just as wonderfully weird as it looks: rich and crisp with a hint of shea butter and a sweet ginseng flavour that lingers long after each sip.
Mulberries are a pretty precious fruit, so you don’t find them in tea very often. After all, mulberry trees are usuall...
This pu’erh tea has been aged for 5 years deep in China’s Yunnan mountain caves, for a truly earthy taste.
Revel in the tropical flavours of papaya, apple, mango and peach blended with fresh, smooth green rooibos. Caffeine-free.
This smooth drinking, energizing South American tea has some seriously legendary roots. And in its native Argentina, it’s a big part of daily life.
Green rooibos is from the same plant as red rooibos, but the leaves are not oxidized – which gives it a light, fresh taste all its own. Caffeine-free.
Go ahead, give in to this tempting blend of green tea, pomegranates and rosehips
We are seriously passionate about guayusa around here, and we couldn’t be more excited to spread the word. Not only does it pack an incredible burst of energy, it’s also deliciously smooth, grassy and lightly sweet.
There’s nothing like a little gyokuro to make life feel luxurious. It’s one of the highest grades of Japanese tea. The...
For the true connoisseur. Unlike regular green tea, Gyokuro Yamashiro (literally “Jade Dew”) is shaded for 6-7 weeks p...
Some connoisseurs claim that this is the ultimate masterpiece in the art of Chinese tea. So delicate, so pungent, so alluring.
Sencha is Japan’s most popular drink for a reason – it’s refreshing, revitalizing and utterly delicious. This one is hand-picked.
A rare tea from the Tinderet estate in the highlands of Kenya, most connoisseurs drink this tea as a little luxury after a good meal.
This tea is tended by those who enter into a monk lifestyle to devote their lives to tea. Unusually complex and pleasantly earthy, each sip is divine salvation.
Lovers of single-malt whisky and fine cigars always fall for this tea’s heady aroma of pine wood fire. It’s just that sophisticated.
Stop your suffering with this soothing, sweet blend of peppermint, orange, ginger and other traditional stomach ache remedies. Caffeine-free.
Ever wonder what makes lemons so...lemony? It comes from something called “citral,” a molecular compound that gives le...
In China, peach-scented oolongs have been popular for centuries. One taste of this peach, apricot and almond blend and you’ll understand why.
In Japanese, “matsu” literally means “pine tree”. But it’s also a term that indicates excellence. This powdered green ...
This deliciously relaxing tea features valerian, chamomile, and peppermint. Steep a cup for a little escape. Caffeine-free.
Why is everyone talking about mulberry leaves? It must be because they taste so great. Here we blend them with delicious macadamia nuts. Caffeine-free.
There are good things brewing in the Highlands of Nepal. Like this rich, sweet hand-made black tea, from a family-owned tea garden named Jun Chiyabari. A DAVIDsTEA exclusive.
In Morocco, green tea with mint is a drink of hospitality, usually enjoyed after a meal. Ours is spiced with cardamom, ginger, licorice, fennel and pepper.
We’ve polled the entire country and this is, in fact, the perfect pekoe. The classic of all classics. The ultimate pick-me-up.
They say peppermint stimulates creativity and enhances your dreams. Not to mention its fresh, cool flavour and aroma. Caffeine-free.
Pu’erh tea is said to be a powerful medicine. With all the flavour of ginger and orange, this one goes down easy.
If you’re looking for a simple, perfectly balanced combination of Indian black tea, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, you just found it.
This rare luxury tea from China’s Wuyi Mountains is velvety smooth, with a subtle hint of orchid and a light creaminess all its own. Indulge.
One cup of this tangy, hibiscus-packed tisane and you’ll feel happy, invigorated – like you’re walking on air. So, is it true love?
Who can resist the rich, sweet taste of this red, smooth drinking South African tea? Try it on its own or with a splash of milk and sugar. Caffeine-free.
What makes this traditional blend of Assam, cardamom, ginger, cloves and peppercorns extra special? An exotic touch of Saigon cinnamon.
Darjeeling is known as the “champagne” of teas: if it doesn’t come from India’s Darjeeling region, you aren’t allowed ...
This dangerously delicious blend pairs white tea, almonds and licorice with a burst of sweet goji berries, the legendary Chinese superfood.
This premium Japanese green tea comes from the Ashikubo valley and is dried using a traditional wood fire process.
This green pu’erh is the only “living” tea in our collection –it only improves with age.
What happens when the finest spring-plucked green tea leaves are sealed in a room with night-blooming jasmine flowers? Pure magic.
On the morning after a wild night out, try this soothing blend of tangerine, green tea, schizandra berries, lemongrass, orange and dandelion.
This organic, top-quality tea is great on its own but also makes an amazing mojito – just add rum, agave, and lime. Caffeine-free.
Ginger makes you feel so great, it’s like an everyday superhero.
Enjoy a midnight treat with this blend of chamomile, lemongrass, fennel, hibiscus, citrus, licorice and rose petals. Caffeine-free.
There are tons of reasons to love ginger. It’s been used as a digestive aid for thousands of years: Confucius wrote in...
With premium grade white tea, juicy strawberries, rosehips and hibiscus, this fresh and fruity blend is like a spring in a cup.
This light, floral elixir is a beautiful tea. With rooibos, herbs, rose petals and jasmine, just steeping it is a beauty ritual. Caffeine-free.
In China, pu’erh, ginger, and ginseng have been used for thousands of years to aid digestion. This oolong blend has them all. Drink up, the only thing you’ll gain is wisdom.
Hand-produced in a small family garden near the Wuyi Mountains, this beautiful, flowery oolong tea has a long history.
The word “tribute” usually makes us think of cover bands and Vegas shows. But in this case, it refers to an amazing oo...
With its silvery leaves, bright colour and fresh aroma, this delicate white tea tastes just like a spring day. It’s naturally sweet and mellow, with a hint of green vegetables and fresh corn silk – richer and fuller than most white teas.
In Yunnan province in southern China, ancient tea trees still grow wild in the forests. They can be hundreds, even thousands,
Named "green cloud" after its mountaintop birthplace in Jiangxi province, this hand-crafted Chinese green tea is sheer bliss.