Certified Organic Tea – Naturally Good

Free from chemical nasties, organic tea brings happy, healthy tea to your cup the way nature intended.

What is organic tea?

We might think of organic tea as synonymous with naturally healthy herbal teas, green teas or wellness teas, but certified organic tea does span all tea types.

Sure, you can ‘go green’ and brew a healthalicious cup of organic green tea or organic herbal tea, but you can also enjoy the bountiful health benefits of organic black tea like a warm and spicy Organic Chai, or a Fair Trade Certified Organic English Breakfast tea.

Organic teas are certified in accordance with strict guidelines put in place by regulatory bodies in the country they are produced. The guidelines require organic teas to be grown, harvested and processed without the use of any chemicals such as:

  1. Pesticides
  2. Insecticides
  3. Synthetic fertilizers
  4. Fungicides
  5. Herbicides

100% certified organic tea leaves and organic tea bags aren’t just blooming good for us, the crops are grown in ways that are much better for the environment too, minus the chemical contaminants that damage waterways, soils and native habitats.

Types of organic tea

Depending on where the tea crops are sourced, you’ll find T2 Australian Certified Organic teas and teas certified as organic by the European Union along with the teas bearing the international Fair Trade Certification too. Fair Trade incorporates a range of principles including the environmentally responsible and sustainable growth and production of tea using organic or low pesticide levels.

At T2 our blossoming range of organic teas are defined by their sky-blue packs, and include some of our best-selling brews:

What is the best organic tea?

That depends on your tea bias! If you’re a go-go-green tea lover the best organic green teas for you might be the lush green goodness of Organic Japanese Sencha or Organic China Jasmine.

For the healthiest black tea kick-start to your day, you can’t go past a hearty tea mug of Fair Trade Certified Organic English Breakfast tea or a tea cup dancing with the aromatic aromas of Organic Earl Grey tea.

And if healthy herbals are your tea of choice, it doesn’t get much better than a blooming good cup of Organic Peppermint, Organic Matcha, Organic Turmeric Matcha, Organic Turmeric Ginger Ninja or Organic Lemongrass and Ginger.

Is organic tea caffeine free?

Organically certified or not, black teas and green teas contain caffeine. But herbal teas, floral and fruit tisanes – organic or not - are caffeine free!

What are the health benefits of organic tea?

Drinking organic tea is a naturally healthy choice for you and the environment as the tea crops are grown and processed without the use of chemicals. Studies have shown that tea contains high levels of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories and minerals, with the potential to help reduce the risk of chronic diseases and inflammatory conditions.