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Herbal Infusion

Lil' Licorice

Activating and soothing.

A bush bouquet of Australian-grown botanicals, including fennel seeds, lemon myrtle, aniseed myrtle, and eucalyptus leaves, all expertly paired with Egyptian lemongrass.

Gentle aniseed notes for a lil' licorice flavour profile.


Lil' Licorice wins gold 2021 Gold | Herbal Tea: Tea Bag Blend

Ingredients and Origins

Lil' Licorice is certified organic.

It is lovingly blended and packaged by hand in the Tielka warehouse in Agnes Water, Queensland, Australia.



Fennel Seeds
OriginVictoria, Australia
OriginEgypt*/New South Wales. Australia
Lemon Myrtle
OriginQueensland, Australia
Aniseed Myrtle OriginNew South Wales, Australia
Eucalyptus Leaves OriginTasmania, Australia

*Egyptian lemongrass is sourced from fair trade producers.


Tielka's pyramid tea bags and pouches are made from 100% GMO-free, plastic-free plant-based fibre. The tea bag fabric and string are both unbleached.


Australian Certified Organic

Australian Certified Organic. ACO Cert. No. 13123

EU organic certified

EU Certified Organic. AU-BIO-107

Healthy Living

♡ Lactation support

♡ Energy boost

♡ Digestion


Serving size 1 tspn | 2gm | 0.7oz
Teacup 200ml | 7oz water
Thermometer 100°C | 212°F
Timer 3 minutes
Honey According to taste
Milk Not recommended

Notes from the Founder

My husband is a licorice fanatic.

I'm not sure who introduced him to licorice, but I remember living in St Petersburg, Russia around the time we got married, we would often take a trip to Finland on the overnight bus. Back then 10 euros bought you the privilege of traveling alongside a busload of Russian babushkas hiding several times more than the legal limit of cigarettes and alcohol to sell at inflated prices to desperate Fins.

I remember the moment we would cross the Finnish border and see a blessed westernised supermarket, Alexei would rush to the sweets section filling his basket with as much licorice (salmiakki) as our tiny budget would allow.

Sadly for my poor Russian husband, the only licorice flavour in Russia when he was growing up came in the form of medicine.

There was also licorice-flavoured fudge in Finland, which I could have happily drowned my sorrows in, rather than the cliche block of chocolate. I've always regretted not buying more. I've never seen a fudge shop in Australia make licorice fudge and it's such a terrible tragedy.

Anyhoo! This tea I created in honour of my licorice-loving husband. I also created it in honour of my country of birth, Australia. It's not often you find a tea or herbal blend that is mostly Australian-grown. And I'm yet to find one that is organic certified and tastes good too.

Make sure you try this blend because Alexei loves it. And if Alexei loves it, we're onto something good.

Happy brewing!

Rebecca Domorev