- Single Garden Direct Tea
Single Garden Direct Tea
We are delighted to introduce our range of twenty organic Teatulia® teas, each offering a unique flavor profile, with one or more that will satisfy every palate.
Our totally unique packaging communicates Teatulia's sustainability message: compostable cannisters, labels made from post-consumer paper, water-based inks & dyes and biodegradable silken pyramids conveniently house our exquisite organic whole-leaf teas.
All Teatulia Teas come directly to you from the first USDA-certified Organic tea garden in Bangladesh. No middleman, no long-term warehousing and no waiting around to be bulk-blended by a third-party trader. What does this mean to you? Fresh, delicious, single-garden purity.
MORE ORGANIC THAN ORGANIC
Teatulia's mission is to sustain the land and the people while producing top-quality organic tea.
Established on virgin soil and grown following Masanobu Fukuoka's "natural farming" method, Teatulia is the only tea garden in Bangladesh to be USDA certified organic and the only garden we know of that has approached tea cultivation this way.
At Teatulia we:
- Do virtually no tilling, weeding, etc.
- Develop the soil with cover crops and mulch
- Utilize water bodies & herbal shade trees to restore the eco-balance to the area
- Use only natural pest & weed controls
- Nourish the land with bio-fertilizers
- Protect wildlife
- Process the tea in bio-gas plants
Yes, it's Organic. But that's just the beginning. Our approach to farming is truly revolutionary and very different from what any other tea-grower is doing (to our knowledge). In the Teatulia gardens, we have implemented "natural farming" practices espoused by the Japanese Master Masanobu Fukuoka, resulting in a closed-loop eco and social system. We use no pesticides, machinery or unnatural irrigation in the cultivation of our teas - we trust mother nature to establish the perfect balance. Consequently, eight years since its inception, our "virgin" garden, developed on fallow land, is now a thriving ecosystem teeming with once endangered Flora and Fauna.
Learn more about our sustainable cultivation and production.
Learn more about what makes something Certified Organic.