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140 servings | 280gm | 9.88oz

Persian Mint Chai - Loose Leaf - Subscription

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Delectably exotic Persian-inspired botanicals and freshly ground spices to support immunity and digestive wellness.

Designed for active bodies, for those who know physical vitality is foundational for good mental health.

A lightly layered blend of peppermint, Tielka's single-origin signature green tea, ginger, cardamom, cloves, and a touch of licorice root.

One of Tielka's best-kept secrets.

Ingredients and Origins

Persian Mint Chai is certified organic.

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



Wulu Green Tea*
OriginHubei Province, China
OriginSri Lanka
Licorice Root

Whole cardamom pods and cloves are freshly grated immediately prior to blending to ensure optimal freshness.

*Wulu green tea is sourced from fair trade producers.


Tielka's pouches are made from 100% GMO-free, plastic-free plant-based fibre.


Australian Certified Organic

Australian Certified Organic. ACO Cert. No. 13123

USDA organic certified

USDA Certified Organic. Effective Date: 2021-12-16

EU organic certified

EU Certified Organic. AU-BIO-107

Healthy Living

♡ Brain Function Boost

♡ Gut Support

♡ Memory Support


Serving size 1 tspn | 2gm | 0.7oz
Teacup 200ml | 7oz water
Thermometer 70°C | 158°F
Timer 3 minutes
Not recommended
Milk Not recommended

Notes from the Founder

Oh golly, it's Wednesday and in a couple of days we're getting ready to receive a shipload of new packaging and I still have to write stories about five fabulous teas for the collection! Eeek!

Well, what can I say except I love this tea and I'm really quite pleased with myself with how it has turned out.

I tried to create a green tea chai a while back using the same mix of chai spices we blend with our signature black tea to make South Cloud Chai (which is, by the way, amazing). It was horrible. I couldn't even find a glimmer of hope that there was something noble enough here to package and sell, not even the health benefits were enough.

Maybe it was a stroke of genius, maybe a little birdy whispered in my ear, but somewhere along the line, I figured out that peppermint and cardamom make quite a nice combo, add a little green tea, cloves, ginger, and licorice on the side and the result is fabulous.

Enjoy, peoples, it's good for you and tastes good too!

Happy brewing!

Rebecca Domorev