Clipper Teas debuts fine selection box so you can make gifts for your loved ones natural, fair, and delicious
Clipper Teas, the award-winning Fairtrade tea pioneer, has launched a delicious Organic Gift Box Selection filled with its finest green and herbal teas.
The pack features Clipper’s irresistible Mood Infusions such as Cleanse With Benefits - a relaxing and fresh citrus blend with sweet anise-inspired fennels - and Restoring Roots, which contains a hit of spicy ginger and warm turmeric.
Perfect for the most eco-friendly tea lovers, each tea bag is made from plant-based, biodegradable, unbleached, and non-GM materials.
The selection box of brews is designed to be an occasion gift for those who relish a delicious cup of tea. As the ultimate gift for those who love to relax, it also includes Clipper’s award-winning blends such as Snore & Peace, the perfect pairing to a relaxed and rejuvenating bedtime routine.
Each teabag can be simply removed from its envelope and stewed in hot water for natural boost. Alternatively, teabags can be infused in cool or flavoured water for iced tea creations with garnishes, or infused in baking dishes.
Making it Better with every cup, Clipper is a different kind of tea company and a pioneer in ethical, sustainable tea production since 1984.
In 1994, it became the UK’s first Fairtrade tea company. Today, it is the largest global Fairtrade tea brand, supporting 114,000 producers and their families around the world. In the last 25 years, Clipper has paid over £4m in Fairtrade premiums, ensuring its tea workers always get a fair deal and supporting them to use sustainable farming methods.
Clipper’s tea factory in Beaminster produces over 1 billion tea bags a year, which are sold in over 50 countries worldwide. Committed to organic and ethical sourcing, Clipper only ever uses natural ingredients and processes to make the finest quality hot beverages.
Clipper was the first tea company to make all its heat-sealed tea bags unbleached, non-GM and fully-biodegradable. Clipper’s factory uses renewable energy sources and 98% of factory waste is recycled.