Spicy Chai Plastic Free Tea Bags
An exquisite balance of the finest-quality whole leaf Assam black tea and five exotically flavoursome spices.
Nemi Teas provide employment to refugees to give them local work experience and job readiness skills to enter the UK workforce and help them integrate into broader society.
About the Brand
Nemi Teas are a specialist London-based company that makes premium tea products, they believe that good taste starts with good business. All their teabags are plastic-free, packaging is biodegradable, and the teas are Fairtrade-certified.
Ethical practises - Nemi Teas provide employment to refugees to give them local work experience and job readiness skills to enter the UK workforce and help them integrate into broader society.
Biodegradable tea bags - Nemi’s pyramid tea bags are 100% biodegradable and made from soilon - a mesh material constructed from polylactic acid and derived from starch. Even the string and labels are both attached using ultrasound rather than glue. Within a month in the compost.
No plastic - Their Teabags are packed in a material called NatureFlex™. It uses films that are based strongly on renewable resources. NatureFlex™ films are based on cellulose. Cellulose is one of the most naturally abundant organic material and comes from renewable wood pulp, typically sourced from hard wood species such as eucalyptus. Proven to be suitable for home composting, they are also marine degradable.
How to drink loose Leaf
Easy way: Place a tea spoon per person into a tea pot, add freshly drawn boiling water and brew for five minutes. Strain, serve and add milk and sugar according to taste.
Mum’s way: Put four teaspoons of the blend into half a litre of boiling water and let boil for five minutes. Add 250ml of milk and sweeten with sugar. If you prefer honey, add it at the very end. Bring to a boil again and then take off heat and let sit for five minutes. Pour through a strainer and serve four cups of epic spicy chai.
Fairtrade & Organic-certified Assam black tea, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and peppercorn.