During the month of October, save 15% off of any tea purchases on the Miraval Online Store! Enter the code TEA15 upon check out to receive this discount. Miraval teas, as featured in Miraval's Cactus Flower Restaurant and Palm Court, are selected and prepared with utmost care. Purchase a special Miraval Tea Time Gift Set featuing Tea Here Now, a book that demonstrates how tea and the simple act of preparing a cup of tea can give drinkers a taste of enlightenment, and three of Miraval's most popular loose tea varieties including Vanilla Spice Herbal Tea, Relaxing Mint Herbal Tea, and Prickly Pear Herbal Iced Tea. 

Choose from a wide selection of Miraval tea varieties:

African Rose Herbal Tea

African rooibos and honeybush are blended together with rose flavor to produce a remarkable stand-alone herbal. Stomach problems, headaches, and tension are just a few ailments that these ancient African herbals have been shown to relieve. 

Apricot Black Tea

A remarkable Indian black Nilgiri tea, dried apricot pieces and flavor combine to create a fruity, medium-bodied tea. A clear, copper liquor and a subtle, naturally sweet finish make this a versatile and delicious tea, hot or iced. 

Assam FTGFOP Tea

A rich flavored whole leaf Assam with dark leaves and golden tips produces a bright copper full-bodied tea. Hints of floral and citrus are followed by a malty aftertaste. Lovely with milk and sugar, but is also wonderful as a stand-alone tea.

Citrus Hibiscus Herbal Tea

This lovely and colorful blend of hibiscus, lemon verbena and sage infuses a ruby red herbal with a refreshing, tart citrus flavor along with light spice tones. Excellent over ice.

Earl Grey Black Tea

A remarkable blend of Nilgiri black Indian teas flavored with the citrus oil bergamot. The tea is named for Charles Grey, the 2nd Earl of Grey, who made it famous in the 1830s. This blend is the perfect afternoon tea. 

Misty Cloud Jasmine Tea

Twisted green tea leaves sprinkled with fresh, fragrant jasmine blossoms results in a pleasant infusion with a sweet flowery taste. The delicate intermingling of fine green tea withe the scent from fresh evening-picked jasmine creates a wonderful aroma and a sweet, fragrant taste.

Monkey-Picked Tie Kwan Yin Oolong Tea

Hand-picked Tie Guan Yin comes form the Anxi area high in the mountains of the Fujian Province. Although now grown on small family farms, the original wild tea trees were tall and precarious. Hand-rolled leaves open to reveal a strong flavor with pronounced florals. This oolong presents a golden liquor with an amazing floral aroma.

Organic Chinese Sencha Tea

Our Chinese Sencha comes from certified organic farms in the province of Zhejiang where traditional Japanese teas originated. This renowned green tea with its long, dark needle shaped leaves produces a cup with a bright clear liquor and a sweet grassy flavor.

Preferred White Peony Tea

Preferred White Peony, or Bai Mu Dan, is a perfect balance of white tea buds and unfurling leaves. Our White Peony comes from the Fuding Province, where the very best tea is produced. The pale blonde liquor exudes a slightly fruity flavor and a gentle grassy fragrance. 

Prickly Pear Herbal Iced Tea

A refreshing herbal blend of hibiscus, rosehips, chamomile, chicory root and a touch of prickly pear flavor. This hydrating, fruity infusion produces a ruby liquor with the delicious taste of ripe prickly pear fruit after the summer monsoon. 

Relaxing Mint Herbal Tea

A soothing blend of chamomile, peppermint and lavender. This infusion is a calming tea, perfect for tranquility and healing. Colds, flu, headaches and stress can be relieved with the herbs that make up our relaxing blend. 

Vanilla Spice Herbal Tea

Cinnamon, ginger and fennel blended with a touch of vanilla make this a wonderful evening tea. This aromatic blend is reminiscent of nights by the fire and festive holidays. This relaxing tea is an aid to digestion and an ideal after-dinner drink. 

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