Tea is a ritual

Tea is a ritual. It is a tradition and an everyday fixture. Taking time out to prepare and enjoy a cup of tea should be a relief and an escape.

In Eastern cultures, tea ceremonies have an ancient and important role in society. In modern times, drinking tea is a healthy way to unwind and recharge.

Tea is a ritual to be savoured and kept sacred. Preparing and serving tea is a ritual to bond over. Drinking tea provides a time for reflection.

When there is noise and clutter around you, find sanctuary in tea.

Why Fairtrade?

Ritual Tea is proud to use only Fairtrade and organic tea from the Idulgashinna plantation in Sri Lanka, the world’s oldest organic tea plantation. 

Our Fairtrade certification ensures that workers are getting a fair wage for a days work. We believe accreditation works as a benchmark for good practice; without it anyone can say anything.

The growing, caring and picking of tea is an art form. At Ritual we respect this long tradition and the people who have mastered the ability to do it well. By choosing Fairtrade you are respecting them too.