Certified Organic by Soil Association Certification USDA Organic FairWild Organic is Non GMO Fair for Life – Fair Trade KosherAn organic blend of oolong, cinnamon, ginger & fennel to ignite your inner fire.Welcome to the sleek new youLet the art of oolong and the finest green matcha get to work on your body. A flash of spicy ginger and cinnamon with wild triphala fruits and the finest fennel create this special tea. Nature’s way of effortlessly lifting you through your day.Good news for creating a new you.Puk-ka – Adjective: excellent, proper or genuine. Origin from Hindi pakka: authentic, real.Come on a delicious Pukka journey into the world of incredible herbal teas. Discover teas that refresh you, relax you and invigorate you – a world that helps your senses come alive. Every one made with the love of our family of growers around the world, the herbal wisdom of our Master Herbsmith Sebastian Pole and the care of our team here in the UK. Every sachet contains the highest quality incredible organic herbs. Welcome to our deliciously colorful world.Naturally made, with careThis lovely design is printed with vegetable ink on card from renewable sources and is recyclable; the string on each bag is organic; and because we don’t staple our bags, they’re wildlife friendly to compost. Add to that 100% non-GM ingredients, and you have incredible tasting tea that’s good for you, as well as the planet.
Bring these incredible herbs alive by infusing in freshly boiled water for up to 15 minutes.
100% organically grown and ethically sourced ingredients: Oolong tea (20%), ginger root (14%), sweet fennel seed (14%), bitter fennel seed (12%), ceylon cinnamon bark (10%), sweet cinnamon bark (6%), turmeric root, lemon essential oil flavor, dandelion root, black peppercorn, matcha powder (2%), triphala fruits (amla, bibhitaki, haritaki).2% FairWild certified ingredients: (haritaki, bibhitaki) by dried weight.22% fair trade ingredients certified by IMO according to the Fair for Life Programme – sweet fennel seeds, sweet cinnamon bark, haritaki and bibhitaki.