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    Heath & Heather - Organic Green Tea with Moroccan Mint - 20 Tea Bags

    Maghrebi Mint Tea, or Moroccan Mint, is traditionally prepared with green tea, mint leaves and sugar. This smooth and delicate organic green tea has been expertly blended with peppermint leaves and sugar. This smooth and delicate organic green tea has been expertly blended with peppermint leaves and spearmint flavors to add beautifully balanced, sweet menthol notes.

    • Contains Caffeine
    • Gluten Free
    • Vegan
    • Vegetarian
    • Kosher

    Power of Tea
    Heath & Heather is tailored to your tastes, your moods and your needs. They want you to explore the world of tea that they reside in; to try something new and discover the best version of you that you can be. Obey your thirst for the raw power of nature and become a healthier, happier superhuman!

    Heath & Heather's Commitment to the Environment
    At Heath & Heather, they believe it's not enough that only their tea is green. They also need their actions as a modern-day business, to reflect the care and close-to-nature principles that the brand was founded with back in the early 1900s. And so, they endeavor to do as much as they can, no matter how big or small the gesture, to protect and support the environment through their "Greenprint for Good" sustainability plan.

    Heath & Heather looks at every step of the journey, from making sure there are recycling stations around the office, to reaching the amazing "zero waste to landfill" goal within their factory. They also monitor their carbon footprint and ran an extensive project with Peel Ports to minimize road miles through their supply chain. By changing the Destination Port from where they receive their teas and other materials from the South East of England to Liverpool, much closer to home, they reduced their CO2 fuel emissions by an incredible 90%.

    Heath & Heather is proud to say that their teas are Organic certified through the well renowned Soil Association. This means that they can be trusted, knowing that all organic ingredients have been sourced from certified suppliers who have the same love and care for the environment as they do. Through organic agriculture, they are able to provide their customers with healthier products, in a way that helps to sustain the earth, instead of draining it.

    Furthermore, Heath & Heather has an exclusive partnership with the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH), whose expertise in herbalism gives them inspiration and advice to help them create products that stay true to the philosophy of their founders.


    Allow freshly boiled water to cool for a few minutes before adding your Heath & Heather teabag, then simply infuse for 2-3 minutes before consuming.


    Organic Green Tea (92%), Organic Peppermint (6%), Natural Flavoring.


    To be consumed as part of a healthy balanced diet, up to 4 cups per day.


    Heath & Heather

    About Us - A Century Of Heritage & Expertise
    The Ryder family were true pioneers in promoting Herbs as medicines, achieving the best in natural, organic practice.

    "Nothing Less than the best"
    – company motto from The Famous Book of Herbs, Heath & Heather Ltd., 1955

    The History of Heath & Heather
    Our founder, Samuel Ryder (1858-1936), was born near Preston, Lancashire attending Owen's College in Manchester after his elder brother James. Samuel left college early and initially began work at a shipping merchant. However, the family were forever inspired by their father's passion for gardening…

    During this era, it became important to grow your own food across farms, gardens and allotments. The Ryder family embraced this movement, wanting to supply seeds by post at affordable prices to the general public.

    1895: Samuel Ryder moved South to St. Albans due to its good railway connections and postal services, to setup a mail order business selling seeds in ‘penny packets.'

    The business, Ryder's Seeds, began from the garden shed at Samuel Ryder's home in Folly Lane. With his wife they produced a catalog which was sent out every Friday night, to be in the hands of working men by Saturday afternoon when they would be enjoying their half day holiday.

    1903: The Ryder's opened a new Head Office on Holywell Hill, employing up to ninety girls to pack the seeds.

    Samuel was a passionate liberal; becoming a Councillor in 1903, he continued to climb in social standing and eventually became Mayor of St Albans in 1905. He was outspoken for a "new boy" and often shocked people with bold statements about the Council's financial situation, describing it as "humiliating". He always expressed great sympathy for the poor and often invested his own money in projects for the local community.

     1906: The Ryder family moved into Marlborough House, now part of St Alban's Loreto College. Faith became very important to Samuel. He was not a very strong man, with a tall and slender build, and his busy life as a businessman, politician and family man, all started to take its toll on his wellbeing. His good friend, Reverend Frank Wheeler, suggested he take up golf as exercise…

    1909: Samuel Ryder joined Verulam Golf Club as his interest and skill for the sport continued to grow.

    1911: The Ryder Seeds Office was replaced with a grand new building designed by local architect, Percival Blow. Messrs. Ryder & Son Ltd. quickly became regarded as one of the most remarkable seed businesses of the world – true pioneers of the horticultural market. Samuel was a caring employer and, unusually for the time, even paid wages when workers were off sick.

    Samuel was elected Club Captain at Verulam Golf Club for the first time in 1911, and then again in 1926 and 1927.

    1920: Samuel co-founded the herbal merchants business, Heath & Heather Limited, with his elder brother, James.
    James Ryder had also studied at Owen's College in Manchester, successfully completing his studies and working as a schoolmaster, mainly in London. He then retired to study herbs and their medicinal value, eventually investing the capital required to setup Heath & Heather with its first premises on Albert Street, almost next door to the Ryder Seeds office. As the herbal remedy business continued to expand, they later moved to a large warehouse near St Alban's Railway Station.

    Eventually Ryder Seeds was taken over by Suttons Seeds and the Ryder family concentrated on their new Heath & Heather ventures.

    Mid-1920s: Samuel retires and leaves the Heath & Heather business to his daughter Joan, to concentrate more on his golfing.

    1923: The Ryder brothers sponsored the Heath & Heather Tournament; the first golf event to be restricted to professionals only. Samuel would holiday with his family in Dorset, becoming friends with three brothers, Ernest, Charles and Reg Whitcombe, who proved to be top quality golfers. When inquiring why they never competed in the Open Championship, Samuel learnt that amateur British golfers most often could not afford to compete with Americans who dominate the sport, receiving financial backing from wealthy supporters. Samuel was spurred on by this, determined to engage amateur golf clubs in encouraging talented young British players to take up golf professionally.

    1926: Samuel proposed a challenge match between US, Great Britain and Ireland on 26th June at Wentworth. Unfortunately, this first challenge was deemed an unofficial tournament when it was later realized that half of the American Team were not truly American-born (although having lived and played in the United States).

    1927: The first official competition was held in Massachusetts USA, the beginnings of a biennial tournament now known as The Ryder Cup. The trophy, worth £250, was designed by Mappin & Webb Company. Samuel insisted there be a golfing figure on top of the Cup to represent his personal golf tutor and British Team player, Abe Mitchell. A keen gardener himself, Mitchell was considered one of the finest players in Great Britain to have never won an Open Championship.

    1931: The Ryder family opened an Exhibition Hall in St. Albans displaying beautiful flower beds, with plants grown from their seeds.

    1946: The Heath & Heather herbal remedy business grew to include 46 shops, as well as supplying various health food retailers and chemists. The Ryder brothers sold this retail business to Associated Health Foods in 1968, changing hands again, to Booker McConnell in 1970.

    1971: The Heath & Heather stores were renamed ‘Holland & Barrett'.

    Today, the Heath & Heather brand retains the same passion for herbs and botanicals that its family founders held back in the early 1900's.

    The brand still embodies all the traditional principles of growing natural and organic ingredients; aiming to supply effective Herbal Remedies to a modern-day population who, more than ever, require natural solutions to enhance health and wellness in busy or stressful environments.

    "Lack of fresh air and exercise, improper food and hastily snatched meals help to sap the vitality of large numbers of people engaged in sedentary occupations… That is where Herbs come into the picture. Grown in the fresh air and sunshine, they are full of vital properties which can be turned to good account by the human body."
    ~ The Famous Book of Herbal Aids to Health & Fitness, 1938, Heath & Heather Ltd.


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