Pukka Herbs | Lemon, Ginger and Manuka Honey Organic Herbal Tea | Lemon, Ginger, Honey and Turmeric | 4 packs | 80 Sachets

£ 11.00

  • Good news for soothing your spirit.
  • Made with organic slow-dried lemons and ginger root, combined with manuka honey
  • Can be enjoyed at any time of the day or night
  • Naturally caffeine-free and ethically sourced, 100% organically grown ingredients
  • Bring these incredible herbs alive by infusing in freshly boiled water for up to 15 minutes
  • We are proud to be 1% for the planet. This product is certified FairWild and Fair for Life
  • Vegetarian, kosher and non-GM

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Product Description

TLC from the heart. This is a moment of bliss – a ver­i­ta­ble hug that will keep your spir­its warm. Take your seat and set­tle in to savour the spicy-sweet zest of sun-ripe whole Sicil­ian lemons to the slow-dried gin­ger root with Fair­Wild elder­flow­ers. Final­ly the vel­vet kiss of manu­ka hon­ey cre­ates a cup of tea that warms your heart as well as your body. Isn’t this heaven?

Every Puk­ka plas­tic-free tea bag comes in its own recy­clable enve­lope to retain the essen­tial oils in our organ­ic herbs. Each bag has two cham­bers, allow­ing these incred­i­ble herbs to flow and release the full poten­cy in your cup. To help the flavours to ful­ly dis­perse, pour boil­ing water direct­ly on the bag. Every herb loves the water, so leave them to steep for the per­fect brew. Infuse for up to 15 min­utes. Boil­ing just the water you need helps make every cup of Puk­ka tea as sus­tain­able as it can be.

Good news for sooth­ing your spirit.

At Puk­ka, our heart­felt desire is to cre­ate a health­i­er, hap­pi­er world through the incred­i­ble pow­er of organ­ic herbs. We hope you feel inspired to dis­cov­er more about your­self and the beau­ti­ful plan­et on which we all live. Doing good things helps make good things hap­pen. We cre­ate things that help you, help nature and every­thing in-between. It’s called con­ser­va­tion through com­merce – striv­ing to pos­i­tive­ly change the world for you, busi­ness and the plan­et. We are a B Corp organ­i­sa­tion, Giv­ing back 1% for the Plan­et, Fair for Life and Fair­Wild certified.

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Ingredients

Gin­ger root (32%), licorice root, elder­flower, fen­nel seed, lemon ver­be­na leaf, turmer­ic root, lemon essen­tial oil, lemon myr­tle leaf, whole lemon (4%), manu­ka hon­ey flavour* (2%)

Directions

Infuse for up to 15 minutes

Safety Warning

Store in dry place away from direct sun­light below 30°C

Box Contains

Each order comes with a pack of 4, 20 bags — Lemon Gin­ger & Manu­ka Honey

Manufacturer Contact Information

Puk­ka Herbs Ltd, The Choco­late Fac­to­ry, The Choco­late Quar­ter, Via Tra­ver­sus, Keyn­sham, Bris­tol BS31 2GN


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Important information

Safe­ty Information:

Store in dry place away from direct sun­light below 30°C

Ingre­di­ents:

Gin­ger root (32%), licorice root, elder­flower, fen­nel seed, lemon ver­be­na leaf, turmer­ic root, lemon essen­tial oil, lemon myr­tle leaf, whole lemon (4%), manu­ka hon­ey flavour* (2%)

Direc­tions:

Infuse for up to 15 minutes

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Additional information

Weight 90 kg
Dimensions 15.1 × 25.8 × 14 cm
Product Dimensions

15.1 x 25.8 x 14 cm; 90 Grams

Item model number

1642008

Weight

40 Grams

Units

80 count

Storage Instructions

Store in dry place away from direct sunlight below 30C

Manufacturer contact

Pukka Herbs Ltd The Chocolate Factory The Chocolate Quarter Via Traversus Keynsham Bristol BS31 2GN

Brand

Pukka Herbs

Format

Tea Bags

Age Range Description

Adult

Speciality

GMO Free Artificial Flavor Free Gluten Free

Certification

USDA_organic

Caffeine content

Yes

Package Information

Bag

Country of origin

United Kingdom

ASIN

B00JA67C74

Date First Available

22 Jan. 2014

Manufacturer

Pukka Herbs Ltd, Pukka Herbs Ltd The Chocolate Factory The Chocolate Quarter Via Traversus Keynsham Bristol BS31 2GN

Reviews

  1. Lizzyg

    Ide­al for angry menopausal womenStrug­gling with the menopause and look­ing for some­thing to sooth my hor­mon­al irri­ta­tion I came across these. Things are pret­ty bad so I bought in bulk but did not regret it. Deli­cious tea and great val­ue for money.

  2. Megan

    Try it!Bought this as it was in bulk so why not? I’ve had this tea at least once a day for about a month now, and I can tell there is an over­all dif­fer­ence in my health for the bet­ter. My diges­tive sys­tem seems to be the most over­all improved along with pms symp­toms and the like, along with bet­ter com­plex­ion, etc. Do not hes­i­tate to try, you will not be disappointed.

  3. Leanne S

    Dis­ap­point­ing­ly insipidI usu­al­ly buy these from the super mar­ket but got a pack of 4 box­es as they were bet­ter value.It’s my treat as they are expen­sive but i like the flavour and the gin­ger bite.When i tried them I was extreme­ly dis­ap­point­ed. Even in a small nor­mal sized mug one teabag was just insipid and I could bare­ly taste the gin­ger… it had no bite at all. It was like hot dish­wash­er that was a bit sweet.Im hav­ing to use 2 teabags in each drink and do more than my fair share of swish­ing, dip­ping in and out and squeez­ing to try to extract more flavour from these odd­ly weak teabags. I def­i­nite­ly will not be buy­ing again and have defect­ed to Teaswine (I’m sure you can work it out 😉 which have much more flavour­some tea bags which I only need to use 1 bag in each drink and they are so potent I use each bag twice do they do 2 mugs each. The only down­side to the Teaswine alter­na­tive is that i now need to take up swim­ming or alter­na­tive exer­cise for fore­arm ton­ing as my swish­ing, squeez­ing and dip­ping days appear to be over.

  4. Tim­o­thy J Chisholm

    A Lit­tle Bit Too Weak for Me…I want­ed to love these, I real­ly did. Organ­ic and no plas­tic in the bag itself, that was a great start. Well pack­aged and arrived swift­ly. All good so far. I bought these know­ing that the instruc­tions were to soak in hot water for some 10–15 mins and that’s fine, I usu­al­ly don’t rush my tea and I end up drink­ing it cold half the time. I think that may be an age thing.So leav­ing the bag in for the required amount of time, I was mild­ly dis­ap­point­ed with the end result. Judg­ing by pre­vi­ous reviews, I was expect­ing a full on explo­sion of taste that would sing and dance its way across my tongue to the back of my throat. Sad­ly, this did not hap­pen for me. I know that we are all slight­ly dif­fer­ent in our man­u­fac­ture, so oth­ers may expe­ri­ence some­thing else.What I end­ed up feel­ing, was that I was half tast­ing some­thing. It was as if it was almost a sec­ond hand flavour. Like some­one had used the bag before me and then tried to get a sec­ond cup out of it. The taste was there, but it was washed out. The smell of it was fair­ly pleas­ant but again, some­what subdued.Bizarrely enough, after exper­i­ment­ing a lit­tle, the flavour seemed slight­ly bet­ter when I made the tea in an over­sized mug, using even more hot water. It still was not par­tic­u­lar­ly out­stand­ing or that much of an improvement.Bottom line — I can not rec­om­mend these at all and I will not be pur­chas­ing any­more of this brand.Good luck search­ing for your per­fect cuppa.I do not receive any pay­ment or free goods for writ­ing these reviews. I am just hap­py to share my views on my pur­chas­es with fel­low like mind­ed Ama­zo­ni­ans in the hope that you may find it helpful.

  5. Hand­bagshoes

    Two bags togeth­er and still no tasteI orig­i­nal­ly pur­chased Puk­ka Lemon, Gin­ger and Manu­ka Hon­ey tea from a herbal shop ear­ly this year. First time tast­ing it and fell in love with the lemo­ny, gin­ger Manu­ka hon­ey spicy flavour and the sooth­ing aroma.Then i saw these on ama­zon and thought what a steal. 80 tea bags and it won’t break the banks.However once they arrived I thought some­thing was amiss. First of all there is no aro­ma when the hot water hits the bag. No mat­ter how long I steep a sin­gle tea bag, the taste was just not com­ing. I tried 2 bags togeth­er and you just about got a lit­tle insipid taste.I am still on the first box, and I will fin­ish and hope the sec­ond box will taste nicer.However I am think­ing are these bulk tea bags the bad batch what did­n’t make the grade at the Puk­ka fac­to­ry and are being sold at cost to get rid of them? Food for thought as these do not taste like the Puk­ka ones I pur­chased form the herbal shop.

  6. viks

    Not for morn­ing sick­nessDecent herbal tea…BUT… licorice root, which is the sec­ond ingre­di­ent, should be men­tionned on the front of the box.Ginger tea is some­times used to relieve morn­ing sick­ness. It is not obvi­ous from the pack­ag­ing that this tea con­tains con­sid­er­able amount of licorice. Licorice root is typ­i­cal­ly con­sid­ered unsafe dur­ing pregnancy.

  7. Pan­da

    Nice taste, but didn’t work for meTastes nice, light like most Puk­ka teas. Most­ly vanil­la and cran­ber­ry but not bitter.I had to stop drink­ing it and give the rest away as it didn’t agree with me, it was caus­ing more men­stru­al issues than reliev­ing. (Very clear­ly tied to the tea as it stopped when I wasn’t drink­ing it)I’m sure it’s fine for oth­ers but for me it wasn’t right.

  8. Marisa d.

    Weak com­pared to oth­er Puk­ka flavoursThis is one of the weak­est Puk­ka tea bags I’ve tried so far. Also, I was expect­ing to taste the cran­ber­ry, vanil­la and rose more strong­ly but instead it tastes like chamomile — it is the first ingre­di­ent of the list which means it con­tains more chamomile than any­thing else. The flavour isn’t bad, just weak and not what I expected.

  9. Ñ

    Tea bags are much nicer than the gin­ger cof­feeThese teabags are reaal­ly nice. Good for calm­ing stom­ach achez+pains, even help rid­ding my migraines.Thought I’d give the cof­fee ago; pre­fer cof­fee than tea, but this is WAY too gin­ger for my lik­ing; waste of mon­ey. So I will just stick to the Gin­ger-tea as this is cure for pains n aches.Care need­ed as some might be aller­gic to some of the ingre­di­ents; ***Liquorice Root****

  10. Nathan J

    Nice taste at a pre­mi­um pricePos­i­tives- taste is very much to my lik­ing. Not over­pow­er­ing, and leaves a del­i­cate sweet after­taste at the back of the mouth.- pack­ag­ing is ful­ly plas­tic-free includ­ing the box and the pack­ets the bags are in.Negatives- in my opin­ion, the full price is very much at the top end of the mar­ket and I am unsure if this pur­chase can be jus­ti­fied at RRP.- these days Puk­ka is owned by Unilever, which some­what com­pro­mis­es their eth­i­cal values.

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