Tea is a wonderful big world full of flavours and beautiful aromas. Our blends are made to be explored.
TeaEsk Taster Pack
Our taster pack invites you into the world of TeaEsk organic teas and hand-blended herbals, gifting you with a small introduction to the flavours of our range. Beautifully displayed in an earthy hand-made pouch, with each tea in its own test tube along with a quaint swing tag. To make brewing a breeze, you will find eight 100% unbleached cotton teabags.
Note: When cotton teabags are unavailable, we'll add 8 lovely large paper tea bags. If our cotton pouches are unavailable we’ll add a lovely calico one.
A great way to taste our range and also makes a fabulous gift, a thoughtful gesture or a just because.
In your gift
- x1 TeaEsk Breakfast - 2 serves
- x1 Royal Earl - 2 serves
- x1 Australian Sencha - 2 serves, steep 2 times
- x1 Lemongrass and Ginger -1 serve
- x1 Vanilla Chai - 2 serves, as is or 1 serve traditional brew
- x1 YinYang - 1 serve
- x1 Hawaiian Mint - 1 serve
- x1 Sleepy Head - 1 serve
- x8 unbleached cotton tea bags when available. Replaced with 8 lovely large paper tea bags.
*Each tube contains enough to make one to two cups for you to enjoy!
Our hand-made pouches are made by the wonderful women who are apart Saheli Women, a women Centre located in Bhikamkor village, Rajasthan, India. The Centre is run by NFO Institute for Philanthropy & Humanitarian Development (IPHD) in Northern India, they help develop rural communities by empowering women through education in sewing and embroidery. They are all paid ethical wages and have a safe work environment. We are thrilled & honoured to be working alongside these amazing women.
With the help of our friends at Assamica Argo we are able to ethically source these beautiful unbleached cotton teabags from a self help group in Tezpur, Assam, India. Run by two ladies, there are 12 women in this group who engage in different work skills, one being stitching. Through our orders these women are able to work and most importantly are paid for their skill. For us, its humbling to know that we can help others in this millennial world where equality still struggles.