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The boom for everything organic has already become boring: in the case of a single product, it is not always clear to what extent the “eco” label refers to quality, and how much to a way to sell thanks to beautiful packaging. Many arguments of opponents of GMOs are also far from logic, and the activities of FairTrade in defense of farmers' rights in emerging economies are also not always transparent in practice. In general, we like Pukka tea not because it is organic, but because it is very fragrant, with many different flavors and in convenient bags - what you need for the office, travel and in case there is no time to fiddle with brewing.
Pukka has many different flavors - from three types of ginger and peppermint with licorice to floral herbal teas and unusual spice mixes. There are also classic blends - rooibos, earl gray, traditional Indian spice tea, as well as matcha in different variations. The first thing you notice when you see Pukka on a store shelf is not the variety of flavors, but the colorful packaging with symmetrical prints and the enticing names. Descriptions of some of the blends appeal to detox and herbalism, but you don't need to delve into an alternative approach to enjoy the flavor. But you can read useful information on the site - about the countries of origin of the product, production methods and environmental awareness.