We’ve created our own tea hamper, a great filler for any occasion. Our herbal tea blends are filled with the best herbs, spices and botanicals to give you that boost of mood, energy, improved digestion, and nervous system response that you always wanted throughout the day.
Fill your week with seven handpicked herbal teas from across the world. Our signature tea hamper is sure to maintain your mood, balance your energy levels, regulate your blood sugar and provide a host of other health benefits throughout the week.
1. Sencha Matcha Green (Monday)
Best Time to Drink – Start your Monday morning with a cup of Sencha Matcha Green tean paired with a light snack or breakfast to give you that energy boost you require.
Health Benefits – Sencha Matcha Green is full of minerals, polyphenols & amino acids that are beneficial in a number of ways to your health. Rich in antioxidants too, this energy boosting tea provides immunity boosting benefits being rich in vitamin C & has risen in cult popularity for its fat burning benefits.
Place of Origin: Japan
2. Rooibos (Tuesday)
Best Time to Drink – After meals or to soothe the nerve, swap alcohol with Rooibos tea.
Health Benefits – Rooibos has a bioactive flavonoid called chrysoberyl which helps to minimise high blood pressure and improve blood circulation. If you’re prone to heart disease or high cholesterol, Rooibos is a perfect choice.
Place of Origin: South Africa
3. Earl’s Grey (Wednesday)
Best Time to Drink – Enjoy a cup of earl grey in the morning.
Health Benefits – Classic English breakfast tea a favourite of the Brits. The Sinesis leaves inside the tea have the compacity to strengthen the immune system & provides the same energy boosting effects as coffee but with less caffeine.
Place of Origin: England
4. Oolong (Thursday)
Best Time to Drink – In the morning with a light snack to awaken your body or early afternoon.
Health Benefits – A traditional flavour that’s enjoyed in China. Made from the leaves of Camellia plant, traWell showcases the highly regarded cure to preventing obesity & maintaining healthy skin.
Preventing obesity can be attributed to the polyphenols that are found in the tea which keeps your metabolism slow. Similarly, the tea is championed for its anti-allergenic antioxidants. They combat free–radicals which trigger aging and support those with eczema or atopic dermatitis.
Place of Origin: China
5. Chamomile (Friday)
Best Time to Drink – Near to the end of your day (evenings), unwind with Chamomile tea.
Health Benefits – This tea has relaxing properties such as phytonutrient and apigenin that has sedative effects. It works to promote relaxation and help you sleep better. Research also suggests that it also an anti-inflammatory impact and supports a better digestive system.
Place of Origin: Europe and Western Asia
6. Chai (Saturday)
Best Time to Drink – Spice up your day, first thing in the morning along with a light snack. Helps you stay alert and maintain concentration throughout the day.
Health Benefits – Chai has wonderful impacts on increasing metabolism & weight loss. Black pepper and ginger found in Chai can aid with digestion. This can reduce bloating, stomach pains and nausea. It’s also another form of black tea which helps regulate glucose levels and prevent spikes in blood sugar. Studies have shown if taken continuously, Chai can help to prevent Type 2 diabetes along with a healthy diet.
Place of Origin: India
7. Mint/Peppermint (Sunday)
Best Time to Drink – Refresh yourself with mint tea in the morning or during the evening.
Health Benefits – The perfect tea to boost your mood & settle your stomach. A great remedy for cold and flu symptoms. The anti-bacterial properties and menthol helps to relax muscles of the throat, cooling down your body & reduces motion sickness. Note, should not be taken by those suffering from acid reflux.
Place of Origin: Morrocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Turkey
Q: If the products are sourced from all over the world, there is the gift back assembled?
Q: How do I store the items?
A: Once opened store the contents in a cool, dry place.
Q: You source items from all over the globe. Haven’t you had disruption due to Covid-19?
A: Gosh, we’re facing unprecedented times. Product availability, packaging design, supply difficulties or even discontinued items mean we have to reserve the right to offer alternative goods or packaging in our gift box. We guarantee to substitute anything with like-for-like products of equal or greater value, though.
Q: I want to send the item to someone as a gift. Will the recipient get a monetary receipt?
A: Nope, we don’t include an invoice or any pricing information along with our gift pack: complete discretion is guaranteed.
Q: Can I type a personalised gift message during checkout?
A: Yes, of course you can. We will handwrite your message onto a gift card. We think it provides that “wow” factor.
Q: What is your refund policy?
A: Unfortunately we can’t offer refunds or exchanges on our perishable goods (unless faulty or not as described). This doesn’t affect your statutory rights though, don’t worry.
Q: Where can I get information about allergens?
A: Very important question. For information about allergens please do contact our concierge on firstname.lastname@example.org before purchase. We know all about our products & will be able to guide you appropriately.
Our hampers are delivered via trackable courier. To help us – help you – please include an accurate postcode. Any items that have to be re-sent due to customer error, they will incur courier charges & the cost to replace any unsaleable items.
On the odd occasion, adverse weather may cause delays (we source our goods all over the world, after all). We ask our couriers not to ship your precious perishable items over the weekend. If ordering after the cut-off time for dispatch on Thursday, your gift box will be shipped on Monday. What’s more, please note we only deliver our gifts within the UK & are unable to deliver to the Channel Islands (Guernsey & Jersey), PO Box addresses or BFPO addresses.
A final word on delivery. This has been a tough few months for all of us. We’re open & always communicating with our customers. For the latest updates on how Covid-19 is affecting our delivery schedule please contact us via email email@example.com