Botanic Infusion Is Not Your Ordinary Tea

These beverages are a refreshing way to be healthier.

IMAGE Collage by Bea Faicol

It’s enticing to buy a product because of the healthy claims printed out with huge, bold letters printed on the packaging. But when we tend to neglect reading the nutrition facts about the product, we are often surprised that these “healthy” food and drinks are actually drowning in sugar and calories.


Meet Sekaya’s Botanic Infusion teasa blend of traditional botanicals that work together to assist the body’s self-healing functions using herbs, plants, and spices. 



The Botanic Infusion line has a variety of flavors to choose from, choose your favorite blend or try something new: Mango Summer, Hibiscus Petals, After Meal Treat, Pu-Erh Trim, and the Green Earl Grey.


The Mango Summer is a blend of black Ceylon tea leaves, marigold petals, and ripe mango essence. Light and citrusy, it is a great source of antioxidants. The Hibiscus Petals tea has a cranberry-like taste and is made with hibiscus petals, which came from Egypt, which helps in supporting one’s blood pressure.


The After Meal Treat is a combination of peppermint, chamomile flowers, licorice root, and cinnamon bark. It’s a minty and sweet tea that aids to help with digestion after eating. Pu-Erh Trim is made from authentic pu-erh tea from Yunnan, China. This tea has a earthy flavor to it and this also helps with faster metabolism. The Green Earl Grey is an adaptation of early gray black tea with fresh green tea and essence of bergamot and helps with stress reduction.


For more information, visit Sekaya official website.


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