Pour Something Different

Create A New Habit And Ritual With Tea

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Wellness In Every Cup

Curated to Combat the Diseases Impacting Black Women Most

Why Sibahle
Ethically and Responsibly Sourced

Ingredients Plucked by Hand Direct From Smallholder Farmers

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Why Sibahle

Sibahle (pronounced see-bah-cley) is the Zulu word meaning we are beautiful.  More so than our outward appearance, natural beauty starts from within. We encourage women to consider their own worthiness through the act of self-care by choosing to Pour and Sip Something Different.

Black women suffer some of the highest rates of disease and illness. Our teas are curated specifically to combat the myriad of diseases impacting them. Sibahle sources the finest ingredients direct from small-holder farmers and brings forth ancestrally rich teas that promote health and healing and gets right at the root of diseases that disproportionately plague black women.

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Here's What Our Customers Have To Say

I'm a singer and I drink lots of tea. I think Sibahle's Songbird was made just for me! It pairs well with the honey stirrers and is great for soothing my vocal chords during recording sessions. I also love the Velvet Flower-Green Mint.

Adeira Hunter

Sibahle Teas are the perfect "me-time". The Radiate Love is my favorite. The aroma is so strong as soon as you open it. The customer service was good too. My package came quick with extra treats added! A real nice touch.

Tracy Taylor

I first tasted Rooibos tea when I visited South Africa in 2018. Sibahle's Rooibos blend took me all the way back to my amazing trip. Its naturally sweet, but I still add a little honey for the love. I consider it part of my self care regimen.

Kellie Deans
Sibahle - We Are Beautiful

Sibahle Teas is a black woman owned online specialty tea company. Our teas are curated specifically to combat ailments that disproportionately plague black women.