As a socially responsible enterprise, we prioritize sustainability and environmental responsibility in our sourcing practices.
We promote healthy lifesty
By choosing natural beverages, we can support businesses that are dedicated to producing high-quality, healthy products. This not only nourishes our bodies but also supports local businesses and communities.
Many natural beverage companies use locally sourced raw materials, such as fruits, herbs, and spices. By supporting these businesses, we contribute to the creation of employment opportunities in the area, which helps boost the local economy and benefits the entire community.
Participate in climate change action
Natural beverage companies often use eco-friendly production methods and encourage farmers to plant more trees and protect local forests. By choosing natural beverages, we can help reduce deforestation and combat climate change.
What we do
We are a Kenyan-based manufacturer and marketer of natural beverages made from traditional plants found in the region.
Our business started with a passion for preserving indigenous knowledge on traditional plants that have been used for generations as beverages at a subsistence level. We teamed up with local communities to gather knowledge on these plants, which we then used as a basis for conducting further research and development. Through this process, we were able to create high-quality, nutritious teas that are now enjoyed by our local customers and exported to markets around the world.
Some of our popular products
Made from the leaves of the stinging nettle plant, our nettle tea is a refreshing and flavorful beverage. Known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, nettle tea is an excellent choice for supporting overall health.
Our bamboo tea is crafted from the leaves of the bamboo plant, known for its high levels of silica and other minerals. This tea is a delicious and refreshing way to stay hydrated while promoting healthy skin, hair, and nails.
Warburgia tea is a type of herbal tea made from the bark of the Warburgia salutaris tree. The tea is prepared by boiling water for several minutes then add a tea spoon of process Warburgia bark, after which the liquid is strained and consumed as a hot beverage.