About Sayra

Within the arms of our Amazigh land, we feel mesmerizingly carried away by the fresh mint scent, back to our deepest memories. It rekindles those secular times of sharing and warmth. SAYRA was then born, out of such glorious legacy, a flawless chemistry between the natural elements and ancient knowhow. Taking pride in its oriental roots and exploring local wealth, it takes you into a journey of senses, during which tea flavors and candle delicate fragrances have been meticulously picked to imagine unique getaway moods.

The mint tea ritual

Mint tea, symbol of hospitality and conviviality, has always known how to gather men around an inimitable ritual. SAYRA, the first Moroccan house of high-end tea , is celebrating the art of this historic brew through authentic blends composed of fresh aromatics, grown in respect for the land and its traditions. A collection of exceptional teas and infusions, each telling the story of the art of Moroccan living, each possessing the magic of its place of origin.

The mint tea ritual

Mint tea, symbol of hospitality and conviviality, has always known how to gather men around an inimitable ritual. SAYRA, the first Moroccan house of high-end tea , is celebrating the art of this historic brew through authentic blends composed of fresh aromatics, grown in respect for the land and its traditions. A collection of exceptional teas and infusions, each telling the story of the art of Moroccan living, each possessing the magic of its place of origin.

Moroccan Spirit

Fascinated by history, art and photography, SAYRA takes a fresh look at a past civilization with its various traditions. By working hand in hand with several art scene talents, the brand wishes to support Moroccan and African art. For this first collection, to have a reflection of mythological characters that founded the Amazigh history, SAYRA called on a young moroccan illustrator who depicts a captivating cultural legacy with originality and humor.

Through these collaborations, the brand wants to create a creative dynamic and lift the veil on the many artisanal issues affecting Morocco and Africa.

« Coincidence is worth a thousand appointments »

- Berber quote

« Coincidence is worth
a thousand appointments »

- Berber quote