All Natural, Eco Friendly, and Delicious Inca Tea

Natural and Delicious Inca Tea** 2016 Holiday Gift Guide Feature **

The story behind Inca Tea is a good one. Founder and “TeaEO” Ryan Floria was hiking in the Peruvian mountains with some college friends. Their guide served them an energizing tea made from purple corn and apples, which helped get them through their exhausting travels. After returning home to Cleveland, Ryan established Inca Tea, making several blends of tea incorporating the purple corn used by the Inca for hundreds of years.

Natural and Delicious Inca Tea

The blends include a nice variety of flavors:

• Peruvian Spiced Berry (the original Inca Tea blend) is an herbal fruit tea blend of purple corn, berries, and spices
• Punchau Peach, or Pick Me Up Peach, is a white tea, peach, purple corn, and sweet herb blend
• Tawantin Black Tea is a combination of three types of black tea leaves and purple corn
• Machu Picchu Mango, or Mountain of Mango, is a blend of mango, purple corn, sweet herbs, and citrus
• Cusco Chamomile blends chamomile, citrus fruits, hibiscus, and vanilla
• Pachamama Green Tea is a green tea, purple corn, coconut, and ginger blend

Natural and Delicious Inca Tea

All Inca Teas are hand blended, 100% natural, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, and grown without toxic pesticides. They contain no sugar or artificial flavors or preservatives. Most of the blends contain purple corn, which just might be the newest superfood, with many positive health benefits to its credit. All blends are available as loose tea or in tea bags.

Inca Tea goes beyond just making good, healthful tea. It’s Fair Trade. The tea bag sachets and overwraps are completely biodegradable. The boxes are made from 100% post-consumer recycled materials printed with soy inks, and their clever design features a handy slot for dispensing the tea bags.

You can buy Inca Tea directly at their website, where they offer a discounted monthly tea subscription. Or you can use their store locator to find a retailer near you.

Natural and Delicious Inca Tea

My Impressions: I drink tea all the time. Really. I pour my first cup before my eyes are barely open in the morning, and I take my last sip before I turn out the lights and head for bed. So when I tell you that This Is Good Tea, I’m talking from a true tea-drinker’s perspective.

My usual tea of choice is caffeinated black tea, so the first Inca Tea blend I tried was the Tawantin Black Tea, a strong, dark tea with a good but slightly unusual flavor. Herbal teas often leave me unsatisfied, so I was pleasantly surprised at the full-bodied nature of the herbal Inca Teas, especially the Machu Picchu Mango. My favorite, though, is the Punchau Peach, which is the best of both worlds; it’s lightly caffeinated with a rich, fruity, herbal flavor. Inca Teas’ packaging promises two servings from each tea bag, a claim that turns out to be true—another pleasant surprise.

Natural and Delicious Inca Tea

Giveaway: One lucky winner is going to win a prize package from Inca Tea that includes one box of each of their six tea blends, a $54 value! You’re gonna love it.

Giveaway Details: This giveaway is open to residents of the US ONLY age 18 and over. Please read our Terms of Service & Disclaimer Policy before entering. This giveaway will close on October 31st, 2016 at 11:59 pm EST time. No purchase necessary to enter or win.

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  2. I’d like to try the Pick Me Up Peach Tea.

  3. Angela Saver says:

    I would love to try the Peruvian Spiced Berry Tea!

  4. Eliza Klinger says:

    I would love to try the Mountain of Mango!

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  6. Jessica Whitehouse says:

    I think I would like to try the Punchau Peach. I like peach and other fruit flavor teas.

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  9. I would love to try the Pick Me Up Peach Tea.

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  13. Lisa Beachler says:

    I’m not a fan of fruity teas so I would have to pick the Tawantin Black tea and would love to try it!

  14. As a fan of all things black tea related, I would like to try the Tawantin Black and I’m sure it would be my fav.

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    I’d like to try Cuzco camomile

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  28. Diane Conover says:

    I would Love the Punchua Peach to add to my peach pancakes and to make iced tea.Thanks

  29. I would like to try the Machu Pichu Mango loose tea

  30. These teas look amazing! I’d love to give them a try.

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  33. Alisha Sienkiel says:

    the Peruvian Spiced Berry tea sounds very good!

  34. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I would love to try the Peruvian Spiced Berry. It sounds enticing!

  35. Susan Banks says:

    This is the best tea I have ever had. I am obsessed with the Peach!!!!

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    i have never seen anything like the peruvian spiced berry. iom not sure if sounds good or bad but its sort of a buicket list thing…

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  39. Darlene Carbajal says:

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  41. Inca Tea is hands down the best tea brand I have ever had. The Peruvian Spiced Berry was the very first blend I tried, after that there was no turning back. The Pachamama Green tea is outstanding! With the weather changing in Ohio, I could go for some Peruvian Spiced Berry right now.

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  43. I like their sample box!

  44. Peruvian Spiced Tea sounds yummy.

  45. Destiny Ward says:

    I’d love to try Cusco Chamomile! I had the pleasure of meeting Ryan and sampling a couple of the tea’s. I fell in love with the green tea!

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  47. Anne perry says:

    I would love to try the Cusco Chamomile.

  48. Brandi Dawn says:

    I would also like to try the Machu Pichu Mango loose tea. Yum! I think that loose tea is fun to make!

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    I like their Peruvian Spiced Berry.

  53. Pick Me Up Peach.

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  55. I want to try the Peruvian Spiced Berry, I love that it has pineapple pieces in the blend.

  56. Cindy Merrill says:

    As a food Historian, I’d be extremely interested in all the blends! The one I want to try most is the Peruvian Spiced berry.

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  62. Vera Khule says:

    I would love to try Pick Me Up Peach.

  63. Peruvian Spiced Berry tea looks great for afternoon

  64. I’d like to try the Machu Pichu Mango
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  66. I would like to try the Tawantin Tea – I like a black tea.

  67. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I would love to try the Mountain of Mango and the Peruvian Spiced Berry mixes

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  70. I would like to try the Peruvian Spiced Berry. Think it would be good hot or cold.

  71. Free shipping over 50. I also find purple corn interesting.

  72. I’d like to try their Machu Pichu Mango loose tea and put it in a big pitcher for an afternoon delight. They all sound like great flavors though.

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    I would love to try the peruvian spiced berry.

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  76. This tea blend sounds really good to me;

    Peruvian Spiced Berry
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    This is our Original blend to characterize the true ancient incan recipe. This is the tea that the founder Ryan came across during his hike. (to learn more about Ryan’s experience click here) Its is an enlivening herbal, fruit tea blend of purple corn, berries and spices.