against how tea is traded, marketed and consumed. In 1773 Bostonians threw tea into the harbor to protest “taxation without representation.” Two centuries later, there is still no transparency of provenance in tea.
the bar by standing bold, pure and united. Fall in love with untainted, true-to-origin, flavourful teas. You’ll prize them even more knowing the people who plant, pick and skillfully craft your tea and how they take it from crop to cup.
directly by partnering with smallholders, family farmers and cooperatives who believe in transparency. Our partners tell it as it is and have moved beyond fair and organic standards in the difference they make in their communities.
Tea is fascinating. A fair and transparent tea trade is a powerful possibility
Choose from our bold, pure and united teas sourced from a handful of smallholders and cooperatives who are transparent in their operations.
Fall in love with the true to origin flavour of each specific tea and learn the whole story about the tea you are buying.
Award winning teas that you can't miss to try them all.
This is OUR LIFE. We fiercely believe in getting it right this time. We believe in AMAZING POSSIBILITIES for ourselves, our loved ones and the world. WE SAVOUR THE MOMENT. We take action to be present and AUTHENTIC. We believe in the power of change through people and we want to listen, meet and honour all of them — yes, every single one — even those who think us rebels or do-gooders. We BELIEVE IN TRANSPARENCY; we want to know that things have been done right every step of the way. We love TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE — we embrace it in our life, food and drink.
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From the Blog
One of the most frequent questions we get when new customers look at our tea selection is “What is Purple Tea”. We thought this topic deserves it’s own blog. So, what is purple tea and why should we be drinking it? Purple Tea is a cultivar of Camellia Sinensis Assamica. Its called Purple Tea because […]
We (Tracy, Nishchal and Annabel) raised $10,000 with your amazing help through our crowdfunding campaign (#keepkidssafeandclose) to build a small school for the Kanchanjangha cooperative tea farmers kids in Nepal. The funds were raised end of 2018 and the school was build January to April 2019 and is now almost finished. That’s amazing and we […]
I learned about Tea Rebellion online when Annabel, the owner, was part of a fundraising campaign to fund a school in Nepal. Therefore, when I met Annabel at the 2019 Toronto Tea Festival, I knew that I wanted to spotlight her brand. The core foundation of Tea Rebellion comes from the idea that Annabel, while studying […]