Wise Owl Teas | Bali | Tea Review

Tea Selection: Bali

Company Name: Wise Owl Tea

Location: Crystal Palace, London, UK




Tea Company Comments taken from their webpage:


Our story – Wise Owl Tea came about from a love of traveling to far off lands and experiencing local cuisines.

We are a couple of friends, who enjoyed traveling the world discovering how local people used herbal infusions for their health benefits, and developed an appreciation of the different flavors.

We brought home some ingredients, and what started as a labor of love in the kitchen developed into a small company producing organic herbal tea.  While collecting all the herbs we were reminded of the 18th century travelers sourcing the finest ingredients and returning to England by ship to sell their sought after prized goods.  This inspired us to develop our unique packaging showing old world maps of exotic lands that are the home of our teas, reminiscent of the old tea containers carried on ships.






You are going to have to read all the descriptions of the teas on Wise Owl’s site. There is a whole lot of heart and soul into each tea and you are going to experience some flavors you never have. These teas are marginal in ingredients from lands you have not had a chance to visit and paired up with wonderful flavors for enjoyable scentsatons!


Read more about Wise Owl Teas on their website: Wise Owl Teas.




Bali Bamboo leaf



COSTS: 5.50 £


Price varies according to how much you purchase.

REVIEW: One thing I like about Wise Owl Tea is their teas remind me exotic places and the fact that the inspiration of the teas and the products used are exotic and from the different areas just says a lot of the uniqueness of the teas.


Prior to brew:

Brewed: Mid yellow hue.

Scent: Vegetal on first scent, second scent showed a mint/cinnamon.

Flavor: Vegetal Green tea flavor.

Sentiments: First I had to copy this for you: This is what nettle is and does:

“The benefits of stinging nettle are so many that you too will lose count. It is a diuretic; it is used to treat anemia, and it is used for arthritis and rheumatism. Stinging nettles is used for respiratory and urinary problems. It aids in the recovery of eczema, asthma, sinusitis and rhinitis.”

You have to know how important nettle can be as well as the amazing properties from bamboo (promotes healthy hair and nail growth). I stopped eating gelatin because of the ingredients but miss the hair and nail support. Nettle is the best substitute. This tea has the best of both of those worlds with the bamboo and nettle. It’s a very subtle tea with a smooth soft taste. Vegetal in basic taste with a very soft smooth mint taste.


My Tea Vault score values of 1-10 (10 being the best): “8”


Till next Tea….


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