Teapigs All Products Spiced Winter Red Tea

Spiced Winter Red Tea

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Teapigs
Regular price
£3.99
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£3.99
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Tea with trimmings! Rooibos is an excellent caffeine free base with cinnamon, cloves and orange peel. Lovely with or without milk. Good if you're feeling chilled, but not in a good way - this tea will warm you through! Tastes like warming winter spices combined with a delicious red tea base. The mulled wine of tea. The best of both worlds.
  • Naturally caffeine free.
  • Includes 15 tea temples.
  • Dairy free, gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
  • Made in a factory that handles nuts.
  • Certified by A Plastic Planet as plastic free.
  • 0cal.
  • Winner 2020 great taste award.

"We've captured the best bits of winter in a cup. Mulled wine and mistletoe. Winter coats and rosy cheeks. Log fires, happy cats and old movies on the telly. Tea and warming spices. A blend of orange peel, cinnamon and cloves on a rooibos tea base - perfect on a crisp frosty day or with brandy at bedtime (drink responsibly!)."

Ingredients

Rooibos, natural flavourings, orange peel, gingko leaves, orange blossom, cinnamon, ginseng, cloves, safflower petals.

Packaging
The temple is made from plant starch - compost this in your council food waste for industrial composting (it won't break down in your home compost).

The inner bag is made from wood pulp and is compostable at home (or with your council if you can't compost at home). 

The outer carton is made from sustainable cardboard and can be recycled as standard.

About Tea Pigs

Nick and Louise started teapigs in November 2006 with one mission – to get the nation drinking real tea again.  "That’s why we make a big thing about real, quality tea, sourced sustainably, in packaging that’s better for the environment. We give back to the communities that bring us our tea. We do our best to take care of the people that make it all happen and we're very proud to be B Corp certified. Plus we try not to take ourselves too seriously along the way. No airs. No graces. Just fine tea."