Teas are packed with vitamins,catechins and amino acids. Not only are they loaded with antioxidants to help fight free radicals, but they give a boost of hydration. Tea may contribute to fewer signs of aging, including wrinkles, age spots and hair loss.
Tea has been a popular beverage for thousands of years, and it’s the second most-consumed drink in the world today, following not too far behind water. In fact, hundreds of millions of people around the world drink it every day.
At SBK, our menu of teas includes only premium-quality loose-leaf teas that are imported from many parts of the world. We offer more than 20 varieties of teas, including green, white, black, red (rooibos), fruit blends and wellness-infused herbal teas.
Our teas are organic, which is an integral part of SBK's mission. We are committed to quality and integrity. Sample some of the delightful teas in our studio, and choose your favorites to enjoy at home. Explore our variety of tea accessories to make brewing at home effortless
Tea may contribute to fewer signs of aging, including wrinkles, age spots and hair loss.
Research shows that antioxidants in green tea block the biochemical process that produces an allergic response and may help fight pollen, pet dander and dust allergies.
Drinking three to four cups of green or black tea daily can improve memory and help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Tea appears to work similarly to drugs prescribed for Alzheimer’s disease, without the side effect of drugs.
Research has shown that tea may have stronger antioxidant properties than contained in many fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants are believed to neutralize free radicals that play a role in the development of certain cancers and heart disease. In other research, it appears that the biggest antioxidant boost is achieved by brewing fresh tea, using loose-leaf tea, and if using tap water, bringing it to a full boil to keep chlorine from lowering antioxidant levels.
Research has shown that green tea is highly beneficial in lowering blood pressure.
Research has confirmed what was observed about 60 years ago at Kyoto University, that sugar in the urine of diabetes patients fell significantly when they participated in a tea ceremony.
Tea can help maintain healthy cholesterol levels by inhibiting LDL oxidation. One study showed that drinking five cups of caffeinated tea per day resulted in drops in LDL (“bad”) cholesterol of 10 percent. The U.S. Department of Agriculture found that people who drink black tea for three weeks had a decrease of between seven and 11 percent of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol of 10 percent.