A full bodied tea offering smooth, sweet and a slightly nutty flavour. A popular alternative to black tea, Rooibos is native to South Africa, naturally high in powerful antioxidants, caffeine free and packed with a heap of minerals.
May protect from cardiovascular disease and improve mental health (quercetin — antioxidant)
Helps with bone and muscle health (calcium and magnesium)
Helps your immune system and is good for eyesight (zinc)
What goes in.
Certified organic Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis)
What's kept out.
Plastic and chlorine.
Did you know?
Did you know commercial tea bags often contain plastic? Many brands use a sealing agent called polypropylene to seal the tea bag — it isn’t biodegradable or recyclable. Even worse, some premium tea bags are made with cheap plastic mesh, which releases billions of microplastics with every cup. Herbal tea with a dose of microplastics? Love Tea bags are made from plant-based material.
Sourced in South Africa. Handmade in Geelong, Victoria.
Place 1 pyramid into a cup (250ml) and add filtered water at 75°C – 85°C. Allow to infuse for 3 – 4 minutes, and then remove the bag and serve.
Add milk and sweetener if desired.
Love Tea has been serving up organic cups of well-being, uplifting communities and caring for the planet since 2006. With a naturopathy background, the founders’ decision to steer clear of artificial flavours, additives and pesticides came, well, naturally. As for their packaging: the box is completely recyclable, the pyramid tea bags are made from plant-based material and the clear pouch can even be thrown in your compost. We especially admire that Love Tea work directly with growers and small-scale cooperatives around the world to fairly source their ingredients. Not to mention, they also give back to not-for-profit organisations by participating in the 1% For the Planet movement. Frankly, we couldn’t be more in love with Love Tea.