Herbaceous Teas was founded by a millennial brother duo who learnt about the benefits of herbal tea at a young age as their family ran a Chinese herb shop. In 2013, they left their accounting jobs to start one of the first new herbal tea businesses in Hong Kong. Locations are mostly in areas where white-collars frequent. The stylish aesthetic also attracts a lot of young people – for instance, their Tsuen Wan shop has a cozy Japanese-style interior with a white and light brown colour scheme; and the unique logo took inspiration from the traditional wrapping paper of Chinese herb shops.
Their teas are made fresh at a local factory everyday without sugars or preservatives. Options include the classics such as 24 herbs tea, self-heal tea, dampness-relieving drink, and coix seed tea, etc. Aside from serving those herbal teas in-store, Herbaceous Teas also offers bottled herbal teas to-go, as well as other products like pear honey paste, red date honey, and ginger honey in jars. You can even find their products in supermarkets.