- Equal Exchange Fairy Traded
- Small Farmers
- Big Change
- USDA Organic
- Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth
- organic black tea leaves
A breakfast tea specially blended to deliver the fullest body and most malt. With just a touch of sweetness, it's perfect straight up but strong enough to handle milk and sugar.
- Bring water to boil.
- 212ºF 100ºC
- Steep 3-5 min.
Who made this?
Most teas—even Fair Trade—come from plantations where workers have little say, and are often trapped in a system of dependency. Together, we are building a different tea model, one that gives small farmers greater access to the market, affording them more economic power, better lives and healthier communities.
This blend includes tea from The Small Farmer Tea Project (SFTP) in Kerala, India - an organic, Fair Trade tea garden managed by Tea Promoters of India (TPI). TPI is a pioneer in environmental and social reform in the tea industry. The Small Farmer Tea Project is bringing economic growth and control to its members who are predominantly marginalized small producers from tribal groups that have suffered from social and economic injustice for generations.
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