Organic Kotahi Gift PackSale
The Kotahi gift pack is an introduction to five of my popular organic teas from New Zealand and around the world. It's great for those who may not be too sure which teas to try or maybe you'd like to offer as a gift. Each tea is packaged in compostable 20gram packs. Delivered in a recyclable/reusable kraft box and the teas are snuggled in comfortably using untreated wood wool (can be thrown onto the compost or use to start the log fire).
Perfect for birthdays, celebrations, thank yous, corporate gifts or simply anytime you want to make someone's day.
What's in the Kotahi gift box?
Kawakawa, Sencha & Ginger: This is an earthy flavoursome tea using traditional plants from New Zealand and Japan. Unlike many other 'Kawakawa' blends on the market, this one is jam-packed with wild-harvested Kawakawa so you can experience the full flavour of a very special New Zealand plant.
Kia Kaha: All the natural plant benefits you need to help restore your health or reduce cold & flu symptoms. To ensure you get the best care with nature, I've used wild-harvested Mānuka from New Zealand, ginger, echinacea, lemon balm, rosehip, olive leaf and calendula petals. If you want an extra hit of pure goodness, try adding a dollop of honey.
Tī Kawhe: A wild card for sure! This blend joins two beverage giants, Tea and Coffee. Who would have thought but it works. Black Assam and whole roasted coffee beans, you will not be let down by this tea.
Moutere Breakfast: A favourite for many tea lovers. A luxurious twist using our premium Assam black tea. The sweet warm floral notes from Vanilla Bean, smooth and delicate honey flavour from Silver Needle all tied together with finishing notes of Rose. This should be in everyone's pantry for days when you just need some 'me time'.
Japanese Genmaicha: This is an ancient tea from Japan, it's a fresh, nutty and pleasantly mild aromatic tea, Japanese genmaicha is a real beauty. This tea is made from Japanese green tea with roasted brown rice - the so-called "genmai". The rice that gave the tea its name evokes popcorn, the puffed rice gives off a lightly roasted aroma. If you want to show your mates how fancy you are, add this one to your tea party.
Ngā Mihi Nui - Annette 💕