Explore and Enjoy Hawaiian Herbal Teas
Waimea Herb Company is a family owned business. Our Hawaiian herbal teas are cultivated from the forests and plains of Hawaii Island. These blends will provide you with healthy, flavorful herbal tea and loose leaf tea made from all-natural ingredients
Experience aloha in your cup!
We grow our own herbs because we care about where your food comes from... and you should too
We use stevia - a plant-based sweetener that tastes sweet, but doesnʻt raise your blood sugar levels
We have three generations working together to bring you every cup you brew
A zero-calorie, sugar-free alternative to replace juice and soda
+Vegan +Keto +Plant-based
Caffeine? We got it. Want to relax the Hawaiian way? We got that too.
Kick your feet up and enjoy a relaxing cup of Mamaki Chamomile or wake up with a caffeinated cup of Japanese Black, Lavender and Bergamot.
Pau hana? Enjoy some Mamaki Awa Chamomile tea.
Whatever the occasion, we got it!
Help, aid, support, relief
It's time we give back to our community
You can protect the Hawaii Island community by donating to send out free health-boosting teas to Health Heroes and Essential Workers in need! Let's work together and take the time to protect our families and friends holding it together for us!
From our family to yours, thank you!
100% of proceeds will help to offset costs production costs
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All products rotate which means they won't be restocked. Get it before they're gone!
“If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are too heated, tea will cool you; if you are depressed, tea will cheer you; if you are excited, tea will calm you"
William Ewart Gladstone
"This morning I tried, and thoroughly enjoyed a cup of mamaki and lemongrass sweet tea. I will be a repeat customer!"
"Iʻve completely replaced sugary drinks and soda with your sweet teas! If I could give 100 stars, I would!"
"Awesome! And itʻs all natural not like the stevia they sell in the packets that are processed. Mahalo"
"Uwe ka lani, ola ka honua"
When the sky weeps, the earth lives