Tea Bird Tea illustrative delights by Ashleigh Cotterill

Tea Bird Tea illustrative delights by Ashleigh Cotterill

9 days ago

Tea Bird Tea illustrative delights by Ashleigh Cotterill X Milliot & Co

I love Tea Bird Tea and how it makes people feel everyday and while distribution is important to us, I am also a designer at heart and I want to develop more complimentary designs and products to support our range. We are always looking at new flavours and reasons to drink tea so definitely more flavours, more gifting and accessory options.

 

Turmeric - the wonder herb that helps you to leap out of your bed in the morning!!

Turmeric - the wonder herb that helps you to leap out of your bed in the morning!!

9 days ago

Sooth sore knees and joints by including turmeric in your daily diet - we made it easy for you but if you don't believe us check out this handy article from Future You Health in the UK...

When is too much sugar to much?

When is too much sugar to much?

Tea Bird Tea is an organic tea range targeting day to day wellness and helping manage your health...
Tea Bird Tea House turns grow-your-own-herbs venture into tea business

Tea Bird Tea House turns grow-your-own-herbs venture into tea business

Growing up around Irish food philosophies, Ashleigh Cotterill was amused by friends who swore by supplements and protein powders. Although she leaves each to his own, she does believe in the medicinal properties of food. Herbs and spices have been used for healing by cultures around the world across civilisations and modern understanding of their curative properties backs this practice.

The Irish-born marketing executive and artist began actively propagating this in 2014 after her son was born, selling herb and vegetable seeds under the Balcony Bloomer brand in farmers’ markets around Bondi and the Gold Coast while living in Australia. Balcony Bloomer carried herbs such as basil to lower blood pressure, coriander to reduce inflammation in the joints, and mint and chilli to increase metabolism. As sales increased, so too did customer requests and subsequent ideas.

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