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Buy Organic Loose-Leaf Teas.

Good Life Tea sells organic teas online and in our store. Our selection is grown with great care and processed carefully to create the highest quality organic tea leaves. Our teas are verified by independent labs that continuously monitor the products to ensure they meet the USDA Organic Standards for synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.

We offer organic choices in all of our loose-leaf tea collections—green, black, white, oolong, herbal, fruit, and rooibos teas. Our Egyptian Delta Nile Chamomile is a popular herbal choice, and tea drinkers love the fresh taste of our Berry Berry blend and the mellow, earthy feel of our Scottish Caramel Pu-erh

What makes organic tea a great choice?

Organic teas cost more for online customers for a number of reasons. The main reason is that natural fertilizers are more expensive to purchase and apply. While synthetic fertilizers can improve the growth of the plants, they often leach into streams and ponds, polluting the drinking water. Organic tea leaves grown with natural fertilizers, such as compost, add a more complex variety of nutrients and microbes to enrich the soil. Teas grown under these green programs are grown in harmony with nature for a more sustainable eco-system and planet. Some organic tea growers and tea buyers say that natural fertilizers yield better-tasting teas.  We think you will agree. 

Organic Teas are super healthy.

Organically grown teas must adhere to stringent standards for pesticide use. Only natural pesticides are allowed to be used in limited amounts. Natural pesticides are also more expensive to purchase and must be applied more often because they’re not as potent. Many organic farmers are also exploring ways to reduce the use of natural pesticides by growing insect-repelling plants alongside the plants. Taking away growing acreage also diminishes the teas' yield, which ultimately makes organic loose-leaf tea more expensive, but it increases the plantation’s biodiversity. 

Organic Teas reflect your values.

All these green practices reflect the responsible stewardship of the land—an important point we're sure that you'll appreciate fully. Buying organic loose teas helps growers live in a less toxic environment, which keeps them healthier. The same will apply to you. Organic loose-leaf teas are safer to drink and taste better too.

We encourage you to try our large selection of organic teas online, including sweet Caramel Rooibos and soothing Lemongrass. You will not only be doing yourself a healthy favor, but you will also enjoy better flavors and help farmers and the environment as well. Invest in our planet by choosing organic loose teas. 

Organic Loose-Leaf Teas

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Color

Brand

Price

Citrus & Ginkgo - Organic Loose Green Tea
$ 10.00
Simply delicious loose tea blended with Ginkgo and Lemongrass From China, a green tea whose color, flush ginkgo content, and flavor collection all profess innate, sensory brightness; Organic Green Tea with Citrus and Ginkgo is a prime example of how an loose tea can bring “functionality” to a relaxing, tantalizingly-flavored tisanal. Ginkgo's properties are known, but nonetheless its place in this loose tea blend bears mentioning. From it's ability to stimulate concentration, memory storage, and even tactile facilities such as balance; ginkgo is one of the oldest continually-used medicinals. But let's take a step back and remember the pleasures of life that we hope to stay healthy for in the first place! This true Chinese Green tea's organic blend isn't shy about including stripped organic lemongrass and an keening, springy overall flavor. Lemongrass grown and mostly used in Asia is an important herb in the Indian system of ayurvedic medicine. Lemongrass has many more health benefits than lemons,...
Sencha Fuji - Organic Loose Leaf Green Tea
$ 10.00
An excellent every day Organic Green Tea. A good example of organic loose tea done right. This tea benefits from having a blended heritage: a home in China and a Japanese preparation. Grown and plucked in rural China to USDA organic standards; this loose tea is steamed and pan fired in the Japanese Sencha tradition, bringing out the full pleasure of the unaltered organic Sencha. As this loose tea is grown and prepared in rural China, it is less expensive than its Japanese counterpart as Japan is a small country with limited agriculutural resources and a big appetite for its own home-grown loose teas. As green teas, espeially whole leaf loose teas grow in popularity for its multitude of health positive qualities, this tea is definately on the recommended list. Health benefits are noteworthy in Sencha Fuji's soothing, antioxident, and anti-drowsy properties. This loose tea's origin speaks of this as well: it was brought from...

Buy Organic Loose-Leaf Teas.

Good Life Tea sells organic teas online and in our store. Our selection is grown with great care and processed carefully to create the highest quality organic tea leaves. Our teas are verified by independent labs that continuously monitor the products to ensure they meet the USDA Organic Standards for synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.

We offer organic choices in all of our loose-leaf tea collections—green, black, white, oolong, herbal, fruit, and rooibos teas. Our Egyptian Delta Nile Chamomile is a popular herbal choice, and tea drinkers love the fresh taste of our Berry Berry blend and the mellow, earthy feel of our Scottish Caramel Pu-erh

What makes organic tea a great choice?

Organic teas cost more for online customers for a number of reasons. The main reason is that natural fertilizers are more expensive to purchase and apply. While synthetic fertilizers can improve the growth of the plants, they often leach into streams and ponds, polluting the drinking water. Organic tea leaves grown with natural fertilizers, such as compost, add a more complex variety of nutrients and microbes to enrich the soil. Teas grown under these green programs are grown in harmony with nature for a more sustainable eco-system and planet. Some organic tea growers and tea buyers say that natural fertilizers yield better-tasting teas.  We think you will agree. 

Organic Teas are super healthy.

Organically grown teas must adhere to stringent standards for pesticide use. Only natural pesticides are allowed to be used in limited amounts. Natural pesticides are also more expensive to purchase and must be applied more often because they’re not as potent. Many organic farmers are also exploring ways to reduce the use of natural pesticides by growing insect-repelling plants alongside the plants. Taking away growing acreage also diminishes the teas' yield, which ultimately makes organic loose-leaf tea more expensive, but it increases the plantation’s biodiversity. 

Organic Teas reflect your values.

All these green practices reflect the responsible stewardship of the land—an important point we're sure that you'll appreciate fully. Buying organic loose teas helps growers live in a less toxic environment, which keeps them healthier. The same will apply to you. Organic loose-leaf teas are safer to drink and taste better too.

We encourage you to try our large selection of organic teas online, including sweet Caramel Rooibos and soothing Lemongrass. You will not only be doing yourself a healthy favor, but you will also enjoy better flavors and help farmers and the environment as well. Invest in our planet by choosing organic loose teas.