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Certified organic lemon myrtle
THE GOLDEN LEAF AWARDS 2018
CATEGORY: HERBAL: TEA BAG BLEND
Certified Fairtrade organic lemongrass, certified organic hibiscus and certified organic rose petals
100°C 1 heaped tspn 3min
Tielka Picks: Health & Wellbeing
Relieves headache and muscle ache
Tummy health: reduces cramping
Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total: 30%. FLO ID 23557 www.fairtrade.com.au
NASAA certified organic. Cert no 3776P
Harvested by organic farmers. Packaged by hand in Agnes Water, Queensland, Australia.
From the Founder
How about we call it pink lemonade! I announce with great enthusiasm. I'm sure I've hit the nail on the head this time, it's perfectly brilliant! I think? Yes? Ok, please, please just this once, maybe? Nope, I'm being too hopeful. No. Definitely not. Shot down again. They'll think we're selling soft drink, is the response. My darling husband, we have this wonderful way of, how do I say it? Working together. Unfortunately, his feedback is usually right. I grit my teeth and go back to the drawing board.
I love the idea of pink lemonade, so I'm not giving up yet. It's a happy place for me and I know it's coming from the 1980's, I can see an old pic, clearly filtered by a dose of Instagram. There's a kid standing next to a boxy navy blue Ford station wagon wearing tiny red shorts, a stripy yellow tshirt that's slightly too small and a fringe that really, it belongs in the 1980's and should stay there. And the kid is holding a bottle of Old Fashioned Pink Lemonade. The kid's smile says it's even better than a new Barbie Doll, because frankly, we know that's never going to happen, at least until your birthday, and a bottle of pink soft drink just might be possible, pretty please mum, just this once!!!
But this is Tielka, after all, it's time to fancy things up a bit and pink lemonade is going to have to fall in line. Unfortunately pink lemonade sounds rubbish in French, no fancy pants translation there. Take two is Italian and hold a tick this is fabulous!!! The Italian version even uses a word that sounds like rose (you guessed it, this one has a dash of rose added!). My happiness is complete, Limonada Rosa is new, fabulous and here to stay.