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Thu 14 Aug, 2014
By Darren Waite

For many tea lovers, choosing the right tea helps maintain a healthy lifestyle and a healthy environment

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National Afternoon Tea Week – 11th- 17th August – NEW! TEATULIA ORGANIC TEA'

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For many tea lovers, choosing the right tea helps maintain a healthy lifestyle and a healthy environment. For Teatulia, this means providing a range of organic tea to satisfy the palates of tea fans everywhere - it also means that their organic teas are grown and cultivated in a way that respects the land on which it's grown, the community of workers who produce it and the people who drink it.

Teatulia organic teas are grown in a single USDA-certified organic garden in northern Bangladesh, and at nearly 2,000 acres, the Teatulia tea garden is one of the largest organic tea gardens in the world! Like a fine estate wine, Teatulia’s single garden organic teas ensure a purity, accountability and freshness that derive from perfect growing conditions: the soil is developed with the use of organic cover crops and mulching and the growing area is irrigated by rainwater.

In short, Teatulia sell some of the best tasting tea in the world.

There are five refreshing flavours to choose from: Lemongrass, Tulsi, Earl of Bengal, Green Tea and Black Tea. Simply tumble boiling water over your tea, steep for three to four minutes and let the aroma transport you to the Teatulia gardens. Or for an invigorating summer treat, let cool and splash over ice.

Teatulia teas retail at £3.40 for 20 individually wrapped sachets and are available from Holland & Barrett, Harrods, independent health and wholefood stores nationwide. For further information visit


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