We're all outta LOVE
... but we've still got a lot to GIVE!
Green Tea, Jasmine & Rose With Gingko Biloba
Due to trademark issues we've decided to change the blend name LOVE to GIVE instead. We chose the word GIVE because one of the primary functions of the heart chakra is to govern our ability to give and receive love. And according to Buddha, when we cultivate a generous spirit and give without expectation of reward, we release greed and self-clinging. This in turn breaks down our ego whilst relieving some of the suffering of the world. A winning formula for all!
Don't worry, the bestselling blend isn't changing ingredients but we've also taken the opportunity to make it more affordable too, it's now only £4.99 and for a limited time only we'll be giving our lovely customers a further £1.
Ingredients: Jasmine Green Tea, Rose Petals, Hawthorn Leaf, Cardamom, Gingko Biloba
Great Taste Award
Judged by over 500 of the most demanding palates, belonging to food critics, chefs, cooks, restaurateurs and producers as well as a whole host of food writers and journalists, Great Taste is widely acknowledged as the most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers. As well as a badge of honour, the unmistakeable black and gold Great Taste label is a signpost to a wonderful tasting product, which has been discovered through hours and hours of blind-tasting by hundreds of judges.
Provenance is important to us not least because we want to make sure you aren’t putting any undue nasties in your body but also because we want to support the sustainability of our planet too.
- All of our blends are therefore positively released for pesticide residues and are SALSA certified.
- Our experienced tea blender personally visits all the plantations we source from to assure the working conditions are satisfactory or above average.
- Our tea bags are made of biodegradable GMO-free corn starch
We are often asked if our teas are organic and this is will always be our response: as much as possible our ingredients are organic but we cannot claim that they are 100% organic. An organic certification is desirable but not always realistic, especially for some of our small farmers who quite simply cannot afford the costly application process required.