Three Ginger tea is a warming swirl of organic ginger, galangal & golden turmeric.
The world’s favourite spice, ginger – it knows important things. It knows that when inner fires fizzle and yawns roam free, rekindling starts with a feast of sweet galangal and golden turmeric. Inner fire, prepare to glow. So come alight with this lovely warming organic herbal brew.
All Pukka teas contain the highest quality organic herbs. It's one of the reasons our teas taste so incredible - for more about ginger specifically just follow the links to the articles you’ll see on this page or read this article here about the quality of herbs we use.
Of course the other reason is the herbal wisdom of our Master Herbsmith Sebastian Pole who along with our sourcing gurus like Ben or our quality guys like Marin create delicious organic teas like Three Fennel. So sit back and enjoy the quality of the herbs and the inspiration and hard work of the Pukka team.
Good news for rekindling your inner spark.
Part of the Immunity range
Pukka’s Immunity family is formulated to help both acute and longer-term immunity issues using only the finest plant-sourced organic ingredients.
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A classic tonic, Galangal (Alpina officinarum) is a Ginger-like plant which grows about a metre tall. Its reddish-brown rhizomes have typically been used as a cooking spice for their amazingly fruity warmth.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Its warming energy makes ginger a friend of everyone interested in healthy digestion, bright eyes and warm hands.Find out more on Pukkapedia
We buy licorice from FairWild projects in Khazakstan and Spain ensuring that both what we take will be regenerated to be there in the future and that the collectors are paid a fair wage.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Turmeric, Curcuma longa, also known as the ‘Golden Goddess’ in India, has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic traditions as a medicinal herb as well as an essential ingredient in curry. It is ingrained in Indian culture.Find out more on Pukkapedia
- Caffeine free
- Wheat free
- Gluten free
- Dairy free
- Soya free
- Nut free