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An experience rooted in plant science, centered around education and celebration. Our proprietary line of adaptogenic blends and community experiences offer a delicious solution to everyday stress

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Love Conquers All

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Waris Ahluwalia's Complex Herbal Teas

"Ahluwalia’s products taste bolder, fresher and more complex than other herbal teas.”

OUR FOUNDER

“Today, tea is a rare oasis in a world of noise and distraction.” - Waris Ahluwalia"

Waris Ahluwalia, actor & designer, is driven by a deep and abiding desire to create stories, products and experiences that captivate, transport, and shift perception. In 2007, he founded House of Waris- a company dedicated to exploring design through craftsmanship. Waris was nominated for the Vogue Fashion Fund and soon after awarded the CFDA Incubator grant.  From fashion campaigns to design collaborations, over the years Waris has worked with brands such Kenzo, The Kooples, Gap, Tory Burch, Gucci, Holt Renfrew and APC to name a few. As an actor, Waris has worked with acclaimed directors such as Wes Anderson, Spike Lee, and Luca Guadagnino. In the Fall of 2016, the Mayor of New York City proclaimed October 19th as Waris Ahluwalia Day for his work in spreading tolerance and inclusivity through his creative and social impact endeavors.

HOUSE of WARIS Botanicals is a further extension of Waris' ongoing commitment to creating a more thoughtful way of living. 

Our Promises

Live thoughtfully

We seek to celebrate the notion that taking a moment to slow down allows us to achieve more as individuals and as a community. Our products, spaces and experiences exist to support these steps of intention.

Build Community

Sharing and engaging with friends and peers creates a sense of harmony and accord. We are building a movement to empower our community.

Educate

Knowledge is the key to empowerment. We’ve relied on big business for far too long and its has led us astray. Heal thy self. Love thy Self.

Enable Personalization

We will empower consumers to become makers. We assist our guests in making personal blends based on their specific ailments and functionality required. A modern day apothecary of herbs and knowledge.

Support Artisanship


Staying true to the established values of the brand, we support craftsmanship and artisans across the globe. We give craftsmen and farmers sustained work by creating a commercial platform for their products and exposing them to new audiences.

Promote Discovery

We travel the world to source and find the highest quality teas, herbs and spices and healing solutions.

you are what you drink

Organic. Whole Botanical. Non GMO. Delicious.

Pomegranate Flowers

Pomegranate Flowers

Scientific name:

Punica granatum

Form:

Flowers

Taste:

Cooling, dry, and sour

Where it's from:

Iran and north India

Why we use it:

Supports the physical heart and increases the complexity and depth of the tea's flavor.

Hibiscus

Hibiscus

Scientific name:

Hibiscus sabdariffa

Form:

Flowers

Taste:

Tart, light, floral, and sour

Where it's from:

Native to tropical regions of India/Asia and Africa

Why we use it:

To support the physical heart (regulates blood pressure, reduces cholesterol and triglycerides) as well as to provide a beautiful color and palette.

Damiana

Damiana

Scientific name:

Turnera diffusa

Form:

Leaf

Taste:

Warm, dry, and aromatic

Where it's from:

Tropical regions of the Americas

Why we use it:

To stimulate the flow of energy and blood throughout the body.

Shatavari

Shatavari

Scientific name:

Asparagus racemosus

Form:

Root & rhizome

Taste:

Warm, moist, sweet, and bitter

Where it's from:

India, South East Asia, and Africa

Why we use it:

Supports healthy libido and reproductive system

Rose

Rose

Scientific name:

Rosa centifolia

Form:

Petals

Taste:

Cooling, sweet, and bitter

Where it's from:

Grows in temperate zones throughout the world

Why we use it:

To sooth and open the heart.

Saffron

Saffron

Scientific name:

Crocus sativus

Form:

Stigmas

Taste:

Warm, spicy, and fragrant

Where it's from:

Native to Crete

Why we use it:

Elevates the mood and dispels occasional tension.

Cardamom

Cardamom

Scientific name:

Elettaria cardamomum

Form:

Seed pods

Taste:

Warm, dry, and aromatic

Where it's from:

India and South East Asia

Why we use it:

For it delicious flavor, as well as for its ability of freshen the breath, stimulate the mind and calm digestion.

Vanilla

Vanilla

Scientific name:

Vanilla planifolia

Form:

Bean

Taste:

Warm, moistening, and sweet

Where it's from:

Originally from tropical rainforests in Mesoamerica (modern day Mexico)

Why we use it:

As a decadent, comforting and sensual aroma.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Scientific name:

Cinnamomum cassia

Form:

Bark

Taste:

Warm, dry, aromatic/pungent and slightly sweet

Where it's from:

Depending on species, Cinnamon is from South Asia, China, and Southeast Asia

Why we use it:

To enhance circulation throughout the body, but specifically to the limbs and the pelvis.

Orange Blossom

Orange Blossom

Scientific name:

Citrus sinensis

Form:

Essential oil extract

Taste:

Sour, cooling, and slightly bitter

Where it's from:

Tropical Asia

Why we use it:

To impart a luxurious aroma and a calming effect.

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