Here are some cool ideas for buying gifts for people who love drinking tea:
Cup Above Tea
Cup Above Tea stock a seasonally curated tea library by Certified Tea Master, Alison Dillon. You’ll find single-batch teas from a special collection of small family gardens around the world. You can enjoy tea from Indonesia, Japan, Nepal, Taiwan and China. https://www.cupabovetea.com/
Frank Green make popular reusable cups to keep beverages hot or cold for hours without any spills. They were founded with a mission to fight the war on waste and end the use of single-use plastic.
Frank Green stocks a range of certified organic, Fairtrade and ethically sourced loose-leaf teas. The Immunity Tea is packed full of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, lemongrass and ginger to help keep you fighting fit. For those looking for some R&R the Soul and Peppermint Tea is the one for you, featuring calming properties to create a sense of ease. The Zen Black Tea is a full-bodied brew, perfect for a gentle wake up or quiet moment.
The Tea Infuser fits within all frank green ceramic reusable cups and bottles. It reduces waste by eliminating the need for teabags and was engineered to allow only the flavour to seep through the filter. Delicious tea, herbs, berries and strain-suitable fruit can all be put in the infuser to add a little wow-factor to your beverage.
Shop the Sustainable Sips range: https://frankgreen.com.au/collections/sustainable-sips
Meif Leaf have created a cute backpack so you can make tea on the go for picnics and bushwalks. You can now enjoy a warm brew in your local park or while out with friends and family. https://meileaf.com/
Tea Runners have sampled over 1,000 teas to bring you the best on their online shop. You can order one of four different boxes every month. Each box contains four loose leaf teas with tasting notes and steeping instructions. Each tea pouch contains enough to make about 10 cups of tea each (or 40 cups of tea per box). Discover rare and hard to find teas from small batch producers. You can also customize your own box. Then enjoy award-winning tea delivered to your door. https://tearunners.com/
How to Make Tea the British Way
A must watch video on how the British make their tea. By Anglophenia’s Kate Arnell.