Native Australian Tea - Tropical Breakfast

Native Australian Tea - Tropical Breakfast

Regular price $16.95
Aboriginal Native Ingredients
Provides Education
Aboriginal Owned
Female-led Business
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This native Australian tea is packed with vitamins and minerals for energy, healthy antioxidants for glowing skin, and l-theanine for mental focus. There is nothing nasty or artificial in Ilan Style tea - enjoy with the peace of mind that you are honouring yourself, whilst supporting Indigenous peoples and the planet. 


Australian black tea, pawpaw leaf, papaya chips, orange peel, orange, apricot, mango, fingerlime, quandong, cornflower and safflower petals, natural flavour.

This blend contains Australian black tea which is a source of caffeine.

Take care if you are sensitive to allergens. Ilan Style teas are packed in a facility which also processes ingredients containing gluten, dairy and tree nuts.


Every purchase goes towards Torres Strait Islander language revitalisation with the Ilan Style Fellowship. 

The Ilan Style Fellowship is poised to empower Torres Strait Islander scholars, students, and community members contributing to language revitalisation, and fostering a new generation of cultural heritage custodians.

Benefits of the Fellowship include:

  • Financial support for travel, accommodation and living expenses.
  • Access to AIATSIS facilities, including workstations, ICT and corporate services support.
  • Assistance from AIATSIS Access and Family History unit in identifying and accessing relevant collection materials.
  • Sponsored attendance at the AIATSIS Summit.

The ethical gifts by the Australian Social Enterprises here tackle some big issues. Your purchase helps them work with charities who are experts in the field and they make a difference in the space of empowering and rescuing women, improving human health, reusing items that would have otherwise gone into landfill, providing work and helping people break out of the cycle of poverty.

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