Organic tea has already become an integral part of the diet for those who care about their health and the environmental friendliness of the world around them, and strive to “live in step” with the times. Organic tea is grown only high in the mountains in ecologically clean areas. During its cultivation, no chemicals are used, including artificial fertilizers, only natural ones - compost, humus, peat, whey, etc. This tea is collected only by hand.

The nature-friendly method of producing organic tea gives excellent results in the taste of the finished product. It contains a high concentration of especially useful tea components: antioxidants, catechins, vitamin C. Organic teas have a richer, brighter taste and a particularly deep aroma. It is not for nothing that organic products often become winners of various international tea competitions.

Using only natural growing methods affects the yield volumes: it is significantly lower than when using modern agricultural technologies. And the amount of time and labor spent on growing a unit of organic raw materials is greater than when cultivating conventional tea. Also, this tea is collected only by hand. In the end, not every factory has the ability to package it; special permits and special production conditions are needed to produce such a product.

Organic refers to products that are grown, processed and packaged under carefully controlled conditions using special technology and have documented evidence of their organic origin. The popularity of healthy eating sometimes pushes manufacturers to imitate organic products. For example, you can often see the inscriptions “bio”, “natural” and others on packs. But this does not mean that this is “organic” before us. Only the corresponding sign and references to the organic certificate on the package indicate that the package contains an organic product.