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eteaket Tea Makers

eteaket, more than just a cup of tea...They're on a mission to connect people and create moments through the joy of whole leaf tea. eteaket was started in 2008 when ex-lawyer, Erica Moore, had a moment of clarity and realised she wanted to do something more fulfilling with her life. It was founded on a belief that we were all born to chase our dreams and find our passion. Erica had a passion for the power of proper leaf tea to make the everyday better through allowing people to connect and create moments. They believe that life’s all about recognising and appreciating those brief moments of joy and happiness. In every part of the world, tea has the ability to create a gentle yet vibrant atmosphere that brings people together and inspires them to live their best life seeking health and happiness.

eteaket now have an online speciality tea store with a Concept Store and Tea Room. Their team and tea tribe continues to grow and we’d love you to join them on our journey. Thanks to their amazing team, their journey has taken them on their own tea pilgrimage to China, India, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Japan in search of the best leaves and they have been privileged enough to have met some of the best Tea Masters and teachers in the world along the way. A member of the Ethical Tea Partnership with their own Cuppas for Causes campaign, welcome to eteaket.

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