The Art of Tea

With Winter officially kicking off, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a fresh cup of warm brewed tea. 

Tasmanian brand The Art of Tea, is not only an amazing local brand but also committing part of their proceeds to protecting our local wildlife.

We tried out their Sugar Glider Blend, made with a Roobios base with the kinds of foods sugar gliders love to eat – apple, sultanas and other fruits. It’s caffeine free – so perfect for children and pregnant women and excellent for hydration.

Not only was this tea extremely tasty, 50c of every box of their wild life range of tea goes directly to The Bonorong Wildlife Hospital.

Bonorong has built Tasmania’s first ever wildlife-only veterinary hospital which provides care to hundreds of local wildlife rescued yearly. The Sugar Glider is an extremely social animal and to survive a successful release needs to be introduced with an established social group.

Bonorong is currently growing their population rescuing Sugar Gliders that need care, so one day this group can go back out to face the big wide world and we’re looking forward visiting Tasmania one day soon too.

The Art of Tea
Sugar Glider Blend

artoftea.com.au or at their Kingston Store.

Australian homewares brand Avanti is a perfect pair with the Art of Tea brew. We used their NEW Quadrate Glass Teapot, made from a durable heat resistant borosilicate glass and crystal clear finish that allows you to enjoy the rich colour that unfolds as your tea brews.

As well as the Avanti Sienna Twin Glass set which is double walled to keep your tea hot, but doesn’t burn your hands.

Avanti
Quadrate Glass Teapot
700ml
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Avanti
Sienna Twin Wall Glass Set
250ml
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