REAL CANADIAN TEA, SUPPORTING REAL CANADIAN WOMEN
At Sarjesa, we believe in the power of simple, flavourful, and recognizable ingredients. That’s why our supply chain is steeped in the good stuff: from the quality tea leaves sourced from small and ethical farms overseas to the Alberta-grown herbs and flowers, our products are curated intentionally for you. Working with Elders and community members, our blends are beautifully crafted in conversation with the land around us
No hidden preservatives, additives, human exploitation, or trickery.
So go ahead, make your cup count.
“If we are serious about social equity for all women and girls — especially Indigenous mothers and sisters — then this International Women’s Day, we must recognize that violence against Earth is violence against women. The path toward a cleaner, safer and more just world means reconciliation with all women, girls and Mother Nature alike.what we do...”
What We Do
In Canada, violence towards women is a large and growing issue. With so many missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada, we are tired of waiting for the system to change. Together, we as Canadians, have the ability to affect change through our everyday actions and purchases. That's why 20% of profits from each box sold are donated to impactful violence prevention programs for women in crises. We believe that everyone benefits when women are supported, respected and empowered; and we think you do too.
Our blends are beautifully crafted in conversation with local Elders and community members, making each tea a conversation with the land around us. Any ingredient that we don’t source locally, comes from certified fair trade and organic farms. Our teabags are made from compostable paper, our packaging is recyclable. The planet is just as important as the people we serve.
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We blend our tea on Treaty 7 territory, located on the homelands of the Niitsitapi (the Siksika, Piikani, Kainai), the Îyârhe Nakoda, and Tsuut'ina Nations, as well as Métis Nation Region 3. As an organization, run by a Settler woman, we acknowledge the treaty relations that have not been honoured and work daily to restore good relations. We try to respect all people and the planet through the creation of highly intentional products.