Nutty and delicate with a little bit of a whimsy. Popcorn tea has actually been around for a while. It started as a Japanese drink using green tea and toasted rice, but now it's a bonafide special tea all on its own. The official name is Genmaicha tea, but no matter what you call it we've heard from many a tea-lover that this quickly became their new favorite.
The outer pack can go right into your curbside recycling bin. Inner wrappers are compostable in home or industrial compost bins. The tea temples are industrial compost only.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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About the Brand
Founders Nick and Louise have a simple mission: get people drinking real, high-quality tea that’s sustainably sourced and packed in environmentally friendly packaging. They source only from sustainable estates working directly with the farmers and were the first tea company certified as plastic free. They also have a partnership with the Point Foundation in Rwanda supporting orphans and vulnerable young people in the Gisenyi region, particularly those with disabilities.Shop Brand
How to use
Turn on your kettle, and wait for the whistle. Once your water's ready, steep this tea temple for 3+ minutes.