Lucid Dream

Hand-picked by canoe in the Algonquin wilderness

Lucid Dream Tea is a light, flavourful herbal tea which is known to enable some to have more vivid dreams.  Magical to be sure.

Sacred Blend

Know Sacred Space

Sacred Blend’s herbs bless us with a healing sense of communion, tranquility and focus. Sacred Blend is ideal for meditation, or sacred group activities.

Peace Tea

Quiet Your Mind

Several of the herbs in Peace Tea have been used traditionally in herbal medicine as a sleep aid and to help relieve nervousness.

Homestead Blend

Feel the Comfort

The herbs in our Homestead Blend have long been favoured in herbal medicine to help relieve cough and sore throat.


Love’s Immunity

Sweetfern fills the air with its warm spicy aroma on high sunny ridges of the Canadian shield, where birds of prey glide the thermals and thunderclouds are born.

Awakening Tea

Awaken to Balanced Energy

Awakening Tea’s nutritious and energizing herbs are the perfect way to start your day or come alive on a sleepy afternoon.

Shop Wild Canadian Tea

Wild Canadian Tea

Inspired by the plants growing in Canada’s Algonquin Park
The Barron Canyon, Algonquin Park

certified organic • ethically wildcrafted

We are passionate about connecting people to the magic spirit and power of the earth’s plants.

Wild Canadian Tea, the official home of Algonquin Tea Company and ATC Medicinals, is a collective of dedicated Earth lovers who have a vision of sharing the magical, medicinal, wild and sacred plants of the Canadian wilderness where we live. Organic matters as does the wilderness, so our herbs are sustainably harvested and or certified organically grown, hand-picked and naturally dried. No fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides or herbicides are used in or near where our herbs are grown or picked.

Artisan Loose or Bags

Algonquin Teas are now available as bagged tea or loose. We only use plants that are naturally occurring (indigenous) to the Algonquin bioregion—100% certified organic, hand-picked, indigenous Canadian herbs and blended herbal teas.

The Wall Tea Infuser

We love this cup. It’s perfect to use with our artisan-cut loose teas. Take it camping and put it right on the fire. This glass cup has a fused glass strainer on the preferred drinking side to act as a filtration barrier to keep the leaves from your mouth. Available for right- or left-handed users.

Order Tea

Order directly from Algonquin Tea Co. Our tea is available in a box with 16 tea bags or loose in a pouch or a canister. Hand-picked and ethically wildcrafted in the Canadian wilderness, our Algonquin teas contain no caffeine, additives or preservatives.

People love your teas. You can’t compare them to others—they’re in a league all their own. Customers really appreciate what you’re doing.

—Buyer at Whole Foods, Canada

The plants here have strong wild spirits and when you harvest them, they speak to you. Some are more chatty than others. Nature guided my first partner with stories and visions about which herbs to blend together. We put tobacco down to say thanks, in the way of the original peoples here, and will not harvest if the plants do not want it. When wild harvesting we only harvest one year’s growth and only two-fifths of that growth and do not return for two years.

We graze like deer when harvesting. Plants and this land have been sung to for generations from those who are from this land, and now each of us need to learn again to sing songs of thanks, the way all our ancestors have done. It reconnects us like a tree spreading deep tap roots, and ‘turns on’ dormant knowing. It is a returning home, to sink your feet, hands and heart into the earth… and listen to a great telling of our own remembering.

Algonquin Tea Company Office

613-628-6157 |
RR5 106 Augsburg Road
Eganville, Ontario, CANADA • K0J 1T0

Land Acknowledgement

Land Acknowledgement


We acknowledge that we are living and stewarding and harvesting on aboriginal land that has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples from the beginning. In particular, we acknowledge our local Algonquin territory of Pikwakanagan.

As settlers, we’re grateful for all the generations of people who have taken care of this land—for thousands of years. Long before today, as we plant here, there have been aboriginal peoples who have been the stewards of this place, meeting in circles such as ours with the focus on living a meaningful, truthful, and co-operative life. We recognize and deeply appreciate their contribution in shaping and strengthening this community in particular, and our province and country as a whole. We are committed in a real way to shining light on the promise and the challenge of Truth and Reconciliation.

Algonquin Spiritual Elder Grandfather William Commanda enjoyed Sacred Blend tea and would say with a smile “that’s really good tea.” In his generosity, he offered this quote to put into the tea boxes: “We must come together with one heart, one mind, and one determination, and respect mother earth.”