A mix of our most popular teas across our 7 categories. Get to know your flavour preference and what suits you.
Liquorice, wolfberry fruit, peppermint, Chinese dates & root panax ginseng
Known as the miracle tea, it leaves you to feel centred and content. Naturally sweet and caffeine free make it the start of a good night’s sleep.
GINGER & BARLEY
Ginger, barley, oolong tea & dates
Warms the body while known to aid digestion, improve circulation and relieve sore joints.
RASPBERRY & LIME
Apple pieces, rose-hip peels, hibiscus blossoms, raspberries, elderberry, lemongrass & natural flavour aroma
STRAWBERRY & CREAM
Strawberry pieces, apple pieces, hibiscus, rose-hip peel, pineapple cubes, elderberry & flavouring
Green tea, jasmine blossom & flavouring
Extremely refreshing and a great thirst quencher. Yields a pale green colour with subtle aromas of the finest jasmine.
GEN MAI CHA
Bancha & brown rice
This is a very comforting tea . High in antioxidants, this tea also contains nutrients such as thiamine, niacin, iron, phosphorus and fibre, which are typically present in brown rice. Its pleasant roasted flavour creates its distinctive appeal
Russia’s national flower has long been used to ease indigestion, calm the nerves and promote sleep.
For centuries peppermint and its etheric oil has been used as an aid to digestion and a way to calm the mind.
White tea, globe amaranth & jasmine flavouring
Beautiful flower blossoms infused with jasmine delivers beneficial antioxidants and very little caffeine.
DA HONG PAO
A semi fermented tea known as the king of teas. In ancient China, the wealthy would rush to buy this tea because of its earthy, thick & roasted aromas.
Black tea, citrus peel, cloves, rose petals, almond pieces & flavouring
Chai origins can be traced back 5,000 years to when spices were used for their medicinal properties, from dealing with the common cold to enhancing the immune system.
A famous tea highly prized for its medicinal properties, it is said to aid indigestion and lower cholesterol leading to weight loss. Like fine wines Pu Erh will get better with age., our teas are aged, mellow tasting with an earthy aroma reminiscent of truffles. It is best served from the Yi Xing Zi Sha ware.. *Some like to add a couple of chrysanthemum flowers to smooth out the flavour and add natural sweetness.
12 sachets totalling 240gm, Packed in Australia