Lean Matcha Green
Lean Matcha Green tea is our unique blend of oolong, cinnamon, ginger and fennel designed to ignite your inner fire.
Let the art of oolong and the finest green matcha get to work on your body. A flash of spicy ginger, cinnamon and wild triphala fruits combine with the finest fennel in this extra special tea.
Nature’s way of effortlessly lifting you through your day.
100% organically grown and ethically sourced ingredients: Oolong tea (20%), ginger root (14%), sweet fennel seed (14%), bitter fennel seed (12%), Ceylon cinnamon bark (10%), sweet cinnamon bark (6%), turmeric root, lemon essential oil flavour, dandelion root, black peppercorn, matcha powder (2%), triphala fruits (amla, bibhitaki, haritaki).
Part of the Cleansing range
Pukka’s Cleansing range of five teas and seven supplements is designed to help cleanse, balance, and restore.
The perfect gift for a Pukka tea lover
These beautiful caddies come in unique and eye-catching designs and inside, as an extra little treat, you will find 10 delicious individually wrapped tea sachets.
GingerIts warming energy makes ginger a friend of everyone interested in healthy digestion, bright eyes and warm hands. Find out more on Pukkapedia
FennelFennel’s combination of delicious uplifting flavours has made it one of Pukka’s favourite herbs. We love it so much, it can be found over 20 of our delicious herbal teas and organic supplements. Find out more on Pukkapedia
CinnamonFull of sweet and stimulating essential oils, cinnamon is a long-time favourite for invigorating, warming and generally making life more delicious. Find out more on Pukkapedia
TriphalaTriphala: is an ancient Ayurvedic formula combining Amlalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki fruits. Triphala literally translates as ‘three fruits’. Amalaki fruits are likened to gooseberries and are produced from small trees that are native throughout India. The fruits are a naturally high source of Vitamin C with polyphenols and have a characteristically sour and bitter taste. Find out more on Pukkapedia
LemonLemon (Citrus limon): The fruit of the lemon tree is cultivated in tropical climes globally, and loved for its sweet-sourness worldwide. Find out more on Pukkapedia
DandelionAll parts of the humble Dandelion have long been used medicinally in European herbal traditions (‘dandelion’ comes from the medieval French ‘dent de lion’, or ‘teeth of the lion’. Find out more on Pukkapedia
- Wheat free
- Gluten free
- Dairy free
- Added sugar free
- Soya free
- Nut free