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Adrionna Fike, Mandela Foods Co-op
We appreciate Niuka Tea for its thoughtful gathering of herbs and teas that heal and energize. The formulations are multi-dimensional and restorative. Our customers (and our staff) are grateful for Niuka Tea!
Scott Weidert, Heartwood Eatery
We have had the pleasure of working with Niuka Teas since we opened. Its incredible seeing the response our customers have when they read through the tea list. The herbal blends have become our favorite: each one has potent adaptogenic’s that fortify the mind and body, and taste great. They lift the heart and warm the soul. Each of the green, black, oolong, and white tea’s have a unique story and profile, and Alexander is a treasure trove of information regarding his tea selection.
Niuka's blended tea is such a lovely addition to my morning ritual of tea and slow-moving activities. Nourishing and perfectly balanced!
The anti-inflammatory chai is the only tea my husband will drink! He's rather picky, but can't get enough of that blend. Thank you thank you!
Ashley, Fable Coffee Manager
“Niuka has helped us with our aim to connect with and nurture our community. Not only do the wonderful adaptogenic teas taste great, we feel grateful to be able to serve them to our customers, knowing that their bodies and their wellbeing will be nourished.
Kelly Gallamore, Honeycomb Corp.
I hired NIUKA's Nomadic Tea Lounge to bring a unique experience to my company's emergent conference. Niuka Tea as a presence elevated our event, particularly set in the middle of a tech/corporate business day! The tea is outstanding and unlike anything I know. What a great option to have in a conference world of coffee, sugary options, and alcohol. I will bring Alex and Niuka tea back whenever I can.
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Niuka is dedicated to the craft & purveyance of adaptogenic tea formulas that help us to reconnect to our bodies, our minds, our environment, and to each other.
In Japan, I took part in a tea ceremony. You go into a small room, tea is served, and that's it really, except that everything is done with so much ritual and ceremony that a banal daily event is transformed into a moment of communion with the universe.
- Okakura Kakuzo (Author of The Book of Tea)