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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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Complete Guide to White Tea: Taste, Type and Benefits

There are dozens of popular varieties of tea in the world. One of the varieties that tops it all is  white tea, which is often prized for its rich flavour and unique appearance. Most varieties of white tea are derived from Camellia sinensis. Camellia sinensis is the same plant that is responsible for green, black, and oolong tea. The divine flavour of white tea deserves a special mention because it has lighter notes of honey with a rich and incredible smooth, honey like taste. It is a perfectly balanced white tea, featuring a sweet & fresh aroma with a soft fruity flavour.
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Sample Packs

Kia Ora, we now have sample packs available! These are handy 2 serve packs and can be shipped to anyone in New Zealand. Each pack can be infused 1-5 times depending on the strength and which variety you have chosen.
September 26, 2020 — Click Matix
Kōrero : My Story

Kōrero : My Story

kōrero / my story:

My first memory with tea was when I was 5 in my parents farm shed, early 1970’s. My parents owned a hop farm and employed 20 or so people each harvest season. My job was to help mum make the cuppa tea. The loose tea arrived in Choysa branded wooden boxes, lids nailed down. The boxes were always reused, at one stage in my life I stored my tape collections but mostly they were used as toolboxes for nuts and bolts on the farm.

May 27, 2020 — Annette Eggers