Our Products

Our specialty artisanal teas and products are made from the leaves of olive trees that are largely sourced locally from Texas Olive Ranch.

Our products are made using minimal, all-natural and high-quality ingredients and are caffeine-free.

Special Leaf teas are a great replacement for traditional iced tea, although it doesn’t really taste like anything I’ve experienced before – it’s very green tea-esque with light herbaceous notes and leaves you feeling soulfully better.
Chris Cook

Owner & Chief Tea Brewer

Keep It Simple

Olive Leaf Tea with just a touch of sweetness

Our original flavor and the foundation of all other flavors. Keep It Simple artfully balances the natural unique flavor of the olive leaf with the perfect amount of palm sugar to deliver a refreshingly great experience.*

When Life Gives You Lemons

Olive Leaf Tea enhanced with natural Lemon Verbena

This flavor is steeped with natural lemon verbena to appeal to those who love a citrus note in their teas. Lemon verbena is a flowering plant that has been used medicinally, very much like the olive leaf, so it’s no surprise that they complement each other.



Olive Leaf Tea enhanced with natural Blueberries and Pomegranate for an added burst of flavor and heart healthy properties

A harmonious combination that’s super flavorful and packed with antioxidants and heart healthy ingredients. The refreshing natural fruit flavor of the pomegranates and blueberries shine through and complement the delicate flavor of the olive leaf exceptionally well.

Heavenly Hibiscus

Olive Leaf Tea with hints of hibiscus, blueberries and mint
(No added sugar and Keto-Friendly)

Hibiscus, blueberry and mint are combined to deliver a floral forward and flavorful experience with no added sugar. Considered keto-friendly, this wholesome, monk fruit sweetened beverage will leave you refreshed and energized.

Palm Sugar Facts

One of the biggest reasons for the popularity of palm sugar is due to its low glycemic index, a method of measuring how carbohydrates impact blood glucose levels. A high GI means that the food is rapidly absorbed by the body, thereby increasing the blood sugar level and causing the pancreas to release large amounts of insulin. A low GI indicates that the food is slowly absorbed, preventing a spike in insulin level. Researchers have found that the GI of palm sugar is 35, compared to honey at 55 and table sugar at 68.

Want to know learn more?

Check out these links below

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Medical News Today

*Special Leaf is also available at the following farmers markets and retail stores: