A Good Mood Wellness Tea
Our delicious wellness tea is made from certified organic ingredients from Chinese and Moroccan Tea Gardens. It’s a traditional blend of plant-based goodness to promote a sense of wellbeing. A delicious blend of organic green tea and Moroccan mint.
Wellbeing | Destress | Soothe
DRINK TO FEEL: Happy and revitalised each morning.
Storm + India modern tea tins were created to keep the organic loose leaf tea fresh and retain its aromatic flavour. The sustainable food-grade tea tin has been designed with two lids to protect the tea from light, air and humidity. The tea tins are packed in recycled cardboard boxes printed with plant-based inks. The brand creates a cool design statement on any kitchen bench or workplace shelf.
How to Make
Enjoy this revitalising wellness drink as a traditional hot tea or a refreshing iced tea.
MEASURE - 1 teaspoon per cup
BREWING TEMPERATURE - 80°C
BREWING TIME - 3 minutes
Grain-free granola raspberries and coconut yoghurt, vegan chocolate cake, fresh blueberries and organic dark chocolate.
2 Certified Organic Ingredients
Organic Green Tea*, Moroccan Mint*
Certified Organic* | Contains Caffeine
The organic mint is sourced from a certified organic farm “Loudaya bio” about 30 km outside of Marrakech. The garden is a unique combination of Moroccan tradition and European engineering. The seedlings have been carefully selected in Tiznit, the most well-known mint region in Morocco. The irrigation system has been developed on-site with Swiss agricultural engineering. The micro-climate and the experienced workers are further key elements to producing an outstanding quality and taste profile.
The Green Tea is produced by the Zhu family in the Fu An Tea Garden in Fuliang County near Jingdezhen in Jiangxi Province, China. This organic project with Chinese friends about 6 years ago. The first step was to adjust the maintenance in the fields and the production methods to organic standards. In the second step, we arranged an export certificate to enable them to export directly without going through local traders. The third step is to promote and distribute their teas which include an exchange about the target quality before the harvest starts. The goal is to produce lighter and fruitier teas with delicious taste profiles.