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Why I care about tea

Ti Ani can be translated into ‘Annie’s Tea’ and it represents a personal and caring look into the tastes and preferences I've experienced over the years. Having enjoyed many different types of teas from around the world, and harvested all sorts of wild teas, it was only natural that I start Ti Ani and provide high-quality tea that is available online, selected stockist and cafes in New Zealand.

I've built Tī Ani from a lifelong obsession and journey with sustainability in New Zealand, having spent much of my time with conservation I'm now providing an ethical approach to tea and teaware, from knowing the suppliers and their processes, how we pick in New Zealand and how it is packed and delivered to you. If you are looking to buy organic and ethical tea online, then you’ve arrived at the right tea store.

Eco-Friendly Tea

Our teas are all ethically sourced and we intend to use as many eco-friendly procedures and techniques as we can in order to reduce the amount of waste we create. Buying sustainable or eco-friendly products is not always an easy task; this is why when you’re looking to order tea online, Ti Ani is the perfect place to visit. 

All of our products are plastic free, and they are sourced from organic and wild farms in Aotearoa and across the globe. These teas are picked with care and precision, leaving you with a high quality and fresh tea that comes from an eco-friendly business. We need to look out for mother earth (Papatūānuku), and make sure that our future is healthy and protected with sustainable practices. 

Spread the love with tea

We know that shopping around and finding the perfect gift for someone can be a long and arduous task. Giving the gift of tea is something that everyone will appreciate and a Ti Ani gift box will allow that special someone in your life to choose from our wide range of teas available in our tea shop online.

Tea Blog

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7 Amazing Health Benefits of Having Black Tea Everyday

Tea is considered the second most consumed beverage after water in the world. Though tea comes from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis, it has a different type, aroma, flavours, and taste. Additionally, there are different ways through which they are harvested and processed. However, one of the most popularly consumed tea types all around the world is black tea. 
April 26, 2021 — Annette Eggers
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All about Kawakawa Tea: Why it’s beneficial for your health.

Kawakawa tea takes away the spotlight. The entire plant of kawakawa is a remedy! It can provide a different course of action to help cure several health conditions. Kawakawa tea has a variety of active ingredients which makes them one of the most powerful herbal teas. The benefits are countless!

April 19, 2021 — Annette Eggers
Have you tried roasted dandelion tea?

Have you tried roasted dandelion tea?

You may have dandelion growing in your garden or lawn (unintentionally) but before you start ripping these pesky weeds out or reach for the weed spray lets take a quick look at the impressive medicinal benefits. 

Here are just some of the many benefits in the leaf, stem, flower and root:

March 23, 2021 — Annette Eggers

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