Lemon Myrtle Black Organic Tea - 90g
Our Black Organic Tea is infused with lemon myrtle where it is grown fungicide free on the rich soil found just south of Perth. The result is a fresh, aromatic, and uniquely Australian blend that lifts the senses with a sweet lemony flavour reminiscent of earl grey. Made in Melbourne, blended by hand.
Strawberry Gum Green Organic Tea - 70g
Infusing the vast health benefits of green tea with the antioxidant rich Australian native Strawberry Gum creates a memorable experience worth sharing. Intensely aromatic, this natural berry flavoured tea can be enjoyed hot or cold. Made in Melbourne, blended by hand.
Wattleseed + Pepperberry Chai - 90g
East meets South in this exotic blend of traditional spices with native Australian ingredients. Bound together by organically grown Assam Tea to create a complex and sweet flavour. Experience the explosive flavours of Wattleseed and Pepperberry. A nutty, hazelnut spice blended in with a spicy heat from dried Tasmanian Pepperberries. Best enjoyed with a teaspoon of honey for sweetness and milk for a creamy, spicy chai. Made in Melbourne, blended by hand.
Gumby Gumby Tea - 20g
Gumby Gumby is a native Australian plant that has been used as a traditional natural food for thousands of years by Australia's Aboriginal peoples. Currently there has been research that indicates Gumby Gumby's healing activities, antiviral and antibacerial properties, and immune stimulating effects.
Gumby Gumby is a drought and frost tolerant plant native across many states of Australia. The name is a Parmanyungam word meaning Medicine Plant, a word which belongs to the original custodians of this traditional medicine.
Our natural Gumby Gumby is wild-harvested by hand to ensure a high quality product, that lessens environmental impact, and has no chemical use (that's no herbicides, or pesticides or anything else that is bad for you and the planet).
Jilungin Dreaming Tea - 30g
Jilungin is the traditional Nyul Nyul word for this tea which has been used for thousands of years, and continues to be used, by the Nyul Nyul people of The Kimberely to trigger deep sleep. Traditional Owner and Nyul Nyul Elder, Bruno Dann describes Jilungin as "a very relaxing tea we usually have before we go to bed at night for a lovely deep sleep. We call it the dreaming tea".