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Peppermint tea Fairtrade & Organic (25)

Zoetic Fairtrade and Organic Peppermint tea - 25  tagged tea bags.

Zoetic's Peppermint herbal tea is bursting with fresh flavour and full aroma. Naturally caffeine free, a soothing tea to rejuvenate your body and spirit. Its' calming properties aid digestion, helping with nausea and allergies, making it a good drink.... day or night!

Peppermint and mint tea spritzer

  • 4 cups water

  • 4 bags of Peppermint tea

  • 5 tbsp sugar

  • Fresh mint leaves

  • Lime and lemon slices

  • 1/4 cup Gin, optional

  • Ice cubes

  • In a large saucepan bring the water to a boil. Remove from heat and add tea bags. Cover and set aside for 5 minutes. Remove the tea bags and stir in the sugar. 

  • Refrigerate until chilled. I left it overnight.

  • Before serving add gin if desired. Add ice in the serving glasses, pour the tea and garnish with mint, lemon and lime slices and serve.  

  • You can have this as a delicious hot drink too, without the gin.




Organic Peppermint leaves

String and tag tea bag

This double chamber tea bag comes with a hard tag. Utilising a 'pekoe fanning' graded tea that allows for a full infusion of the tea.

A cute poem on the side of the box says "The world's indeed a lovely thing, there's beauty as you'll see, all because you briefly stopped to brew a cup of tea"

Zoetic means "pertaining to life and health"

Fair Trade Tea benefits

• Working communities who are not fearful to unionise and consult with management.
• A living wage for each worker.
• Schools, clinics, dispensaries built as a result of the democratically decided use of the Fairtrade premium.
• Pension schemes that allow workers to leave the estates post retirement.
• Microfinance schemes set up for the workers from the fairtrade premium.
• Minimum levels of housing for all estate workers.

Fairtrade gives farmers the ability to plan ahead knowing the price they will receive will take care of their families. Built into the Fairtrade system is a rule of buyers committing to the co-op for at least 3 harvests into the future and putting price estimates on those plans. This gives the farmers renewed abilities to grow their businesses. For more on the history of tea and the Fairtrade benefits CLICK HERE

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