What’s in Your Yogi Cup? Listen & Enter to Win!


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Want to learn more about what’s in your cup of Yogi tea? Click here to listen and learn all about the herbs and botanicals that go into every deliciously purposeful cup of Yogi tea, from those that help make them, like Yogi herbalist Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa.


We’d love to know what’s in your cup! Send a photo of your favorite Yogi® tea in your favorite cup to giveaway@yogiproducts.com by March 31st, 2015 and be entered to win a collection of 6 boxes of delicious Yogi teas!*


We look forward to seeing your photos!


*Offer is valid for US households only. Winners will be notified via email within three (3) business days after the Giveaway Period and will have an additional ten (10) days to respond to claim their prize. For questions, or to receive a complete copy of the official rules for the What’s in Your Yogi® Cup Yogi Tea Photo Giveaway, please email giveaway@yogiproducts.com before May 31, 2015.


April 9, 2015: CONGRATULATIONS Gayle W., Betty S., Jimmy W., Colleen V., Monique V. and Jessika K., winners of this 2015 What’s in Your Yogi® Cup Yogi Tea Photo Giveaway! Thank you everyone for entering and sharing a picture of your favorite Yogi tea in your favorite cup! (Note: This sweepstakes is now closed.)


  • Kirsten Fisher says:

    Yogi teas are by far my favorite!!

  • Paul says:

    Anyone know which ingredients I should avoid if any that would affect someone with hypothyroid negatively of positively?

  • Traci says:

    Yogi has changed their Bedtime tea. I had been sharing my box with friends & family and now they cannot find it with the same taste! The box used to say “promotes restful sleep” and now it says “soothing and spicy sweet” … the addition of cardamom & licorice has made it a different tea entirely. I was hoping this was a seasonal/fall change and I really hope they bring back the original Bedtime tea!

  • Yogi says:

    Thank you for your question, Paul! Here at Yogi, we take a conservative stand when it comes to individual health, especially with regard to specific medical conditions. Given that everyone responds uniquely to particular herbs and botanicals, we strongly recommend that you consult your qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have about your individual health and the consumption of Yogi teas. He or she is best suited to identify any substances to which you may be uniquely sensitive and make a recommendation in light of your personal medical profile. If you have any further questions about our teas, we welcome you to email us at customerservice@yogiproducts.com. Be well!

  • Yogi says:

    Thank you for reaching out to us regarding our Bedtime tea, Traci! To confirm, we have not made any changes to our Bedtime tea formula and it still contains ingredients traditionally used to promote restful sleep. However, we did recently change the wording on the front of this tea’s carton to highlight its flavor profile as well as its functional benefit. While the carton previously said ‘Promotes Restful Sleep’ it now says ‘Soothing and Spicy-Sweet.’

    With regard to the flavor difference you experienced, as mentioned, we have not changed this tea’s formula. However, occasional crop variances can influence the potency of the herbs and botanicals used to make our teas, resulting in subtle flavor variations. We apologize for any disappointment caused by this flavor inconsistency. Please email customerservice@yogiproducts.com and we would be happy to follow up with you further regarding your experience. Be well!

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