Guided by a Passion for Tea

Guided by a Passion for TeaThe beverage world continues to become saturated with overly complex and artificially created beverages. The mission of  MaryAnna's Tea® is to provide high-quality products with simple, real food ingredients.

I wanted to make the best bottled iced tea available, like the kind I brew at home. MaryAnna's Tea® is the independent brand I founded in 2008.

As a lifelong tea enthusiast and a Registered Nurse, I began micro-brewing and bottling iced tea providing a simple, healthful beverage with tea sourced from only the highest quality loose-leaf teas. 

Most commercially produced bottled teas are made by taking short cuts to match the flavor of real tea. This usually includes artificial ingredients that have scientific names no one can pronounce. There is nothing healthy about this process. This prompted me to create the best bottled iced tea.

To brew real healthy iced tea, you need to make it with real tea leaves and perhaps a squeeze of fresh lemon or other juice to flavor it a bit, sweetened if you like with a natural sweetener, such as pure cane sugar or honey. This is exactly how we make our bottled iced tea. We brew it in small batches to maintain the fresh brewed taste of homemade.

At MaryAnna's Tea® we use the direct-brew method to naturally infuse and bottle our teas. This is the least processed method available to bottle tea. The more a food or beverage is processed the more nutrients are lost. The direct brew method helps preserve the natural tea flavor, nutrients and antioxidants inherent in freshly brewed tea. All our iced teas are made from 100% natural and non-GMO ingredients.

MaryAnna's Tea® has consistently won top awards at the 2012, 2013 and 2014 North American Iced Tea Championships.

I have succeeded in my goal in making the best bottled iced available. Now you can buy premium tea online and create your own positive influence on the beverage industry. You deserve real ingredients and you should demand them.

Thank you for supporting this mission!

Join me for tea, won't you?...

Mary Ann Rollano