Love Tea Organic Tea Bags 50g - English Breakfast

Organic and fair trade, this pure Ceylon English Breakfast tea is grown high in Sri Lanka and comprised of a blend of small and mid tea leaves. A traditional English Breakfast offering a delicate balance of sweet muscatel with a fresh finish. Prefect with your choice of milk or without. Pyramid tea bags. 50g.

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you are making a difference:

  • ACO Certified Organic, grown free from pesticides, insecticides and synthetic compounds.
  • Fair Trade, sourcing the majority of ingredients directly from the growing communities and cooperatives who produce them.
  • 1% for the Planet member, donating 1% of annual net revenue to a range of environmental organisations worldwide.
  • GMO free.

features:

  • Totally compostable bags. 
  • 20 pyramid bags. 
  • Pure Ceylon tea leaves.
  • Fresh and enlivening.
  • Perfect for with milk or black. 
  • Designed for optimum therapeutic benefit, exceptional flavour and minimal impact on the environment.

instructions:

Place 1 pyramid into a cup (250ml) and add boiling, filtered water at 75ºc–85ºc. Allow to infuse for 3–4 minutes, and then remove the bag and serve. Add milk or sweetener if desired.

ingredients:

Certified Organic Ingredients: Ceylon black tea.* *Fair trade ingredients.

Packaged in a biodegradable post-consumer recycled cardboard box and compostable cellophane bag, printed using vegetable based inks. Pyramid tea bags are made from a biodegradable and compostable vegetable starch extract called Soilon.

50g.

Made in Australia.

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By (East Killara, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (Love Tea Organic Tea Bags 50g - English Breakfast) :
(5/5

Taste the difference

Best english breakfast tea i've ever tried. No staples means it can go straight in the compost bin.

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