Better tea, better life
We believe in the power of the local chain. Our tea is processed up to the finished product in Sri Lanka. This is how we create more jobs for more people and contribute to a growing local economy. So your cup of tea influences their lives and that of their families.
That’s why we are called Tea of Life.
- 100% natural and caffeine-free
- CO2-neutral production location
- Certified organic
The story of Tea of Life is remarkable
Our story goes beyond selling many delicious teas and herbal blends. All our products are made naturally and organically, and in Sri Lanka whenever possible.
Camomile, lavender & valerian
Elderflower, marjoram & fennel
Wake UpKnowing more?
Classic BlendKnowing more?
Turmeric, orange & honeybush
Fresh BoostKnowing more?
Nettle, lemongrass & cinnamon
Fresh StartKnowing more?
Pure GreenKnowing more?
Cardemom & LiquoriceKnowing more?
Focus BlendKnowing more?
Fennel seed & Camomile
Tea with impact
Getting the best tea starts right at the beginning of the chain – where the tea leaves grow at the high-altitude plantations in Sri Lanka. This is where the tea leaves are picked by hand by women who have years of knowledge and experience.
Contrary to many other tea brands, all our processing steps take place locally, at the source, so that the local economy can benefit and grow. Besides that, we also reserve a fixed amount of the price per sold kilogram to support local social initiatives.
Less waste, more compost
Our tea bags are Green Deal-proof, meaning that you can throw them away in the organic waste bin or on your compost heap. Would you like to know more? Learn more with our waste guide.
For the best cup of tea
CO2 neutral production location
For the conservation of nature
Tea with positive impact
Tea of Life is processed up to the finished product in Sri Lanka. This is how we create more jobs for more people and contribute to a growing local economy.
Would you like to see who contributed to your cup of tea? We now offer you a peek behind the scenes! These 5 short videos show you more about the daily lives of people in Sri Lanka who are all involved in the Tea of Life production chain.
Local photographer and cinematographer Ruvin de Silva has been living in Sri Lanka all his life and is specialised in (short) documentaries.