Wellness brand Kola Goodies offers superfood blends and tea lattes deeply rooted in the childhood memories of its founder, Sajani Amarasiri, in Sri Lanka. Her mother used to prepare Kola Kanda, which is made of rice cooked in coconut milk and juice from Gotu kola leaves. This nostalgic connection is reflected in many of Kola Goodies’ drinks, which incorporate Ayurvedic herbs and spices that promote holistic wellness. 
After working in operations and supply chain at Microsoft and Amazon, Amarasiri started Kola Goodies with the goal of bringing Ayurvedic herbs and spices into superfood blends and teas that can easily be enjoyed on the go or fit into a busy lifestyle. That’s why all of her drinks, from tea lattes to Super Green Latte, which is made with a blend of Ayurvedic spices like moringa, gotu kola, and Ceylon cinnamon, can be prepared in hot water or added to a smoothie. They also have a turmeric latte designed to help with defense, debloating, and destressing and use ingredients sourced directly from farmers in Sri Lanka. Each purchase is a way to enhance your wellness and give back to the communities where these ingredients and traditions come from, fostering a sense of social responsibility and connection. And if you’re looking for a mid-day energy pick-up, Kola Goodies offer a Sri Lankan milk tea latte, which also comes in a plant-based variety made with oat milk, and masala chai latte made with Ceylon tea leaves, cardamon, ginger, and more.