Olive leaf tea
Some of you probably know this info, but I have been helping my friend Bimbi with her organic olive leaf tea business for a few years.
Bimbi sells the tea all over the world, although mostly you can get it via specialty tea shops, health food stores and even Whole Foods Market stores around the UK.
Mirabilia Organic Olive Leaf Tea also has its own online store and that is exactly the purpose of my blog today.
I stay clear from posting too much about businesses that I am involved with personally or financially as much as I can, but seeing as I haven’t written about Mirabilia for a few years properly I feel like I owe Bimbi a few lines and I hope you don’t mind this call out for you people to support her as the year draws to an end.
Mirabilia has launched a range of limited gift hampers and are offering free shipping within the UK.
The tea is gorgeous and the hampers in three different sizes are the perfect gifts for someone who enjoys decadent food presents.
The price range is from £22.50 up to the deluxe hamper costing £47.50. Each hamper contains the gourmet cold-pressed olive oil made from the same groves where the leaves originate, with the deluxe hamper featuring a 2 litre tin. All of the hampers are shipped without any further postage charges.
If the hampers are a little out of your price range, single packets of the tea in varying flavours are available too.
Click here to buy now.
Extra note: Order by Thursday 22 December midday and Bimbi will get the package to you on Friday 23 in time for any weekend gift giving.
Extra extra note: although I have worked with or alongside Bimbi in several ways over the years, this is not a paid post. I just wanted to give her an end of year boost.
Extra extra extra note: I honestly think the tea is delicious and not just saying so for money or kudos. Josh and I drink it all the time. I mostly drink mine chilled and have been known to make cocktails with it because I’m a hopeless lush.