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New Range of Tea Tempts Rachel Hunter

New Range of Tea Tempts Rachel Hunter

A new range of New Zealand tea has tickled the fancy of Rachel Hunter on her latest trip home. After finding out she was a fan, Ti Ora invited Rachel to have a one-on-one tasting of the five new flavours to discover what makes them so special.

“I loved the tea tasting! All of the flavours were really fragrant and the beauty of these types of teas is that there is a blend for all tastes. I couldn’t tell you which was my favourite!” says Hunter.

“I particularly loved the beautiful inclusion of native New Zealand botanicals such as Manuka Leaf, Kawakawa and Horopito – it makes this range very uniquely Kiwi and it’s like a little taste of home for me.”

“When life is busy, finding moments to relax is really important and having a cup of tea is a great way to do that.”

Ti Ora’s delightful new flavours include:

• Ti Ora Lemon & Honey Camomile with Manuka Leaf

• Ti Ora Peach & Passionfruit Green Tea with Kawakawa

• Ti Ora Cinnamon Chai Tea with Horopito

• Ti Ora Spiced Apple & Rhubarb Fruit Tea with Manuka Leaf

• Ti Ora Strawberry & Pomegranate Green Tea with Kawakawa

Ti Ora teas are lovingly crafted in New Zealand using some of the world’s finest tea leaves, fruits, herbs and native New Zealand botanicals - selected for their unique taste and ability to support wellbeing. Each blend comes in silky pyramid bags with no added sugar and all natural ingredients.

Packaged in a resealable pouch for optimum freshness. RRP $6.49, available from good grocery stores across the country.

www.tiora.co.nz


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