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Love Tea - Australian Sencha Loose Leaf Tea (300g)

  • Australian Grown Sencha Tea
  • Delicate and Buttery Taste
  • Loose Leaf Tea
  • Earn 48 Points
$48.00
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Love Tea Australian Sencha Loose Leaf Tea, a Delicate and Traditional Tea Experience.

This shincha variety of sencha tea is sourced from a number of small scale farmers in northern Victoria, Australia. Shincha, or new tea, is made using new leaves from the first harvest of tea each spring. Shincha truly represents the beauty of a traditional tea experience. It offers a delicate and refined taste that is slightly buttery and exceptionally smooth.

Origin: Northern Victoria, Australia.

Certified Organic by the ACO. Donate to 1% For The Planet. All packaging biodegradable.

Love Tea is a beautiful brand from Melbourne. They are one of the best businesses we've come across in terms of ethics, quality and commitment to your health and the environment. No stone is left unturned. 

Founded in 2006 by two Naturopathy students they have come a long way and now have a huge range of loose and bagged teas that we are proud to offer to you at Flora & Fauna. 

Love Tea is Certified Organic by the ACO and they seek the best ingredients possible to make stunning tea for every occasion. 

Something we particularly love is their packaging. Everything is biodegradable including the pyramid tea bags and the 'plastic' wrap they come in. The box is recyclable and printed with vegetable based inks. What more can we ask for!

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Place a heaped teaspoon (2.5 grams) of tea per cup (250ml) into a teapot or infuser. Add filtered water at 70ºc–80ºc and allow to infuse for 3 minutes. Strain the tea and serve.

The box is made from post-consumer recycled cardboard, printed with vegetable inks. The box and clear cello puch can be composted at home and will break down in a few months.

Thanks for disposing responsibly.

Australian grown shincha green tea

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