Origins launches new tea-based product line RitualiTea with stunning modern-day tea house opening

Last week, one of our favorite cosmetics brands, Origins, celebrated the launch of their new wholly tea-based RitualiTea Collection of products with a gorgeous, interactive modern-day tea house at Manhattan's famed Fort Gansevoort.

The so-called RitualiTea House by Origins inhabited all three floors of the historic building, in addition to it's gorgeous back patio. Each floor featured a different installation representing each of the line's four new scents: Feeling Rosy, Mind Over Mate, Oolong-La and Matcha Madness.

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As guests munched on trendy hors d'oeuvres and four signature tea-based cocktails (complete with flower-infused ice cubes!), they were encouraged to explore the decked-out space. Between the gif-making photo booth, Matcha Bar and celebrity DJs Amrit and Sky Ferreira, there was more than enough for the fashionable crowd to enjoy.

The RitualiTea Collection's new face and body masks allow consumers to experience the revitalizing powers of the four new scents for a multi-sensorial beauty experience, both in and out of the shower. The face masks come as a powder form and simply require water to be added before use. So easy!

Check out photos from the awe-inspiring tea house opening below:

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