Tea Bird Tea: Morning, Noon & Night
Tea Bird Tea: Morning, Noon & Night.
A simple cup of tea is never just a simple cup of tea when it comes to Tea Bird Tea. Organically grown, the original loose leaf form is maintained within the teabag to ensure there is as little processing as possible. Even the teabags are different - corn-starch pyramid teabags, sealed via heat pressing means there are no teabag strings, no metal staples, no ink branded paper tags and no toxic glue seeping into your daily brew.
Ensuring the flavour is as close to the original fresh ingredients as possible is essential to the quality, aroma and taste that Tea Bird Tea wants you to experience every time you pop open a tin. A feast for sore eyes the striking packaging has been hand drawn by founder Ashleigh Cotterill, inspired by the Malaysian Jungle and its birds of course.
Its founder, Northern Ireland-born Ashleigh Cotterill says
“Tea Bird Tea has a range of beverages that target day to day needs Morning, Noon & Night. Tea has been used as a natural daily beverage for 100’s of years, using only the natural health benefits of the available ingredients relevant to each country throughout history.
Our Tea Bird Tea range will compliment your daily vibe throughout the day supporting digestion in the morning, energising in the afternoon & restful sleep at night. ”
Tea Bird Tea prides itself on its handpicked teas, organically grown on the sunny slopes of India, Sri Lanka, China and Malaysia.
Our Values and the importance of running a sustainable business
Tea Bird Tea runs a sustainable business by supporting social enterprise Fugeelah as part of its ongoing business structure. Tea Bird is on top of its game when it comes to reusable packaging and business practices.
All its tea tins are reusable and customers can easily purchase refills in store & online.
In addition Tea Bird Tea’s gifting range also offers solutions which can be reused in a second capacity, whether its a tea case turning into a cosmetics case or a tea tin which can be repurposed as a pencil case we take our Re-purpose, Reuse, Refill values seriously & deliver them with flair and style.
Tea Bird Tea & Fugee.Org ran a successful art event together in January called Art Rocks Us showcasing student art, talented Afghan artists and local artists to raise money for the school - it was our largest event to date and shone a light on education & refugees and how art can bring businesses together raising over 120k.
10% of Tea Bird’s tea sales as well as our new collaborative designer corporate gifting range goes to Fugeelah which is part of Fugee.Org. In addition they have launched a new F&B pack size of 100 teabags & 200 teabags range together called Fugee Dream School Tea to help support the running costs of its school for refugees.
What’s in a picture? Mind your mind...
Inspired by the jungles of Malaysia, Ashleigh Cotterill started Tea Bird Tea as a Morning, Noon, Night, caffeine free, organic tea range. Every piece of artwork is hand drawn by Ashleigh so we like to think of Tea Bird Tea packaging as her canvas.
Throughout each day the vibe & energy in the jungle fluctuates just like the energy in your body does. Our Tea Bird Tea range will compliment your daily vibe throughout the day supporting digestion, energising & restful sleep. Be good to yourself, awaken your senses & step into our jungle with every sip of tea.
Founder Ashleigh Cotterill on the art and brand;
“My concept with the jungle ambience and birds is that I view them a bit like people and I love how they gather and like to chitter chat with each other everyday, travel to work drink tea, have lunch, drink tea and come home drink tea.
Just like our tea blends our birds and our customers have a morning, noon & night routine - I love to see the humour and joy of the details in day to day lives and for me I bring that out with the different types of birds we use on the packaging.”
An artist herself, Cotterill hand-draws the designs on Tea Bird Tea packaging. “I know how I wanted the packaging to look on the shelf and how I wanted people to feel when they pick it up. Plus, I that I am getting my art into people’s houses,”