Four Sigmatic, a leading functional mushroom coffee brand, debuted a new line of organic instant teas.

Each tea is infused with functional mushrooms and adaptogens for focus, calm, positive mood, and immune and gut support, the company says. Each formula is made with real organic mushroom extracts including lion’s mane, chaga, turkey tail, and reishi plus botanicals and other functional ingredients like l-theanine, lemon balm, elderberry, and probiotics, it adds.

Made without sugar, Four Sigmatic teas are easy-to-prepare teas that can be enjoyed hot or cold, it notes. In addition, they are offered in a unique multi-serve format without tea bags or sachets.

The line consists of five varieties, as follows: 

Think: An organic lemon black tea designed for focus. Made with lion’s mane, l-theanine, black tea and lemon. 

Calm: An organic chamomile and mint tea designed for relaxation. Made with reishi, ashwagandha, chamomile and lavender.

Protect: An organic wild berry tea designed for immune support. Made with chaga, elderberry, acerola cherry and blueberry. 

Mood: An organic lemon balm and rose tea designed for a positive mood. Made with reishi, tulsi, rose and lemon balm.

Happy Gut: An organic ginger and lemon tea designed for gut health. Made with turkey tail, ginger, yacon and probiotics.

“We are so thrilled to be expanding our product offerings with our new line of functional instant teas,” said Tero Isokauppila, founder of Four Sigmatic, in a statement. “It is our mission to help people seamlessly integrate functional mushrooms into their daily routines, and the new teas open the door for even more consumers. Before launching our best-selling coffee line in the U.S., we actually started in 2012 by selling mushroom elixirs in Europe that people often called teas. So this new innovation is also a return to our roots. I'm sure both tea and mushroom lovers will enjoy their taste and powerful functionality.”

Four Sigmatic’s new organic instant teas are available to purchase at Whole Foods and online by visiting the company’s website.