Found Patterns – Yogi Tea

July 28th 2009 - Inspiration

Had a craving for some green tea last night, so I grabbed a packet from a box of Yogi Tea I had. I had never noticed it before, but the packaging has some great patterns and packaging design. I was even more impressed when I opened the box and found a pretty unique repeating pattern surrounding a lotus illustration on the inside. Great design and great tea to boot!





Check your local grocery store or order online and give it a try.


5 Responses to “Found Patterns – Yogi Tea”

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    jmooy Says:

    I love Yogi Tea, their Chai Black & Sweet Thai Delight are awesome. They actually recently redesigned their packaging to something that isn’t as pattern/henna driven to more of a photo/ingredient packaging. I liked the old style you have posted here.

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    Evan Says:

    I didn’t know they redesigned – I’ll have to pick up another box and check it out. I really like the Super Anti-Oxidant Green Tea. It’s good stuff!

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    clippingimages Says:

    I don’t know about the test of Yogi Tea but the design pattern seems really great.Thanks for sharing this nice post.

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    Inspired Robin Says:

    Beware of the Yogi tea called something along the lines of mexican chili or similar… I thought it was bizarre and terrible!

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    apeters Says:

    I love the Super Anti-oxidant Green Tea too, and I remember finding the pattern on the inside of the box as well. I cut out a panel and still have it pinned to the wall behind my desk. Love it!

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