Named after the founder's dog, Inko’s was the first company to singularly produce premium, bottled white iced tea. One of the rarest teas in the world, white tea is made from the young leaves and buds of the Camellia sinensis plant. Various studies have suggested that it has the ability to reduce cancer and heart disease risks, increase metabolism and fight the effects of aging. Exclusively sourced from the Fujian province of China, Inko’s white tea is packed with antioxidants and low in calories (zero or 56 calories per 16-ounce bottle). Inko’s Original White Tea, a light, floral brew enlivened by a zesty hint of organic ginger, is a fan favorite. We also recommend the Blueberry White Tea, a refreshing blend of all-natural blueberry extract and white tea sweetened with a small amount of fructose crystals (not corn syrup). Need another reason to try their iced tea? Every year Inko’s donates a portion of their revenue to researching white tea's cancer-fighting properties.