Tea Makes Everything better !!

Gardner Street is a premium tea label that specializes in green and herbal teas. We only use whole and natural ingredients that are packed in silken sachets to deliver the highest quality of tea there is. All our products are great tasting, honest and contain no artificial flavours or sweeteners.

If you’re choosy, we have choices. Our range of green and herbal teas are full of herbs, fruits and flowers, and loaded with delicious flavours including mint, berries, rooibos, jasmine, lemongrass, hibiscus, orange peel, marigold petals, chicory, liquorice and many more.

Packed in tin boxes that come in two sizes, not only are these teas tasty but also very therapeutic and beneficial; each and every ingredient in our tea blend is here to take care of your health.

 

 

Our belief is that tea conveys emotions and builds conversations and that’s why we want to introduce to you our multiple options in gift sets which not only make great presents but also connect with the receiver at an emotional level. These gift boxes are personally designed with love and are also great to be used after the tea is consumed.

Giftex being the biggest gifting platform in the country, we couldn’t think of a better place to launch our gift sets!

Gardner Street Tea is available on our website and also at online stores like Amazon, Scootsy and The Gourmet Box and at in-store at specialty gourmet stores in Mumbai.

Our products include:

  • Green Tea
  • Herbal Tea
  • Gift Sets
  • Tea Infusers
  • Teapots

 

Blog Post by – Gardner Street

Please visit Gardner Street at stall # 17 @ Giftex 2016


This year the exhibition will be held from 29th July-1st August 2016, Nehru Centre, Mumbai. To ensure that you catch this year’s corporate gifting season, visit www.giftex.in or call us on 022-22075256/57

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With 29 years in corporate gifting, GIFTEX is India’s largest corporate gifts exhibition. Exhibit your new age gifting ideas and reach out to right audience at GIFTEX 2016.

Get established as one of finest in the world of corporate gifting by giving your brand maximum visibility.

Date: 29th July to 1st August, 2016
Venue: Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai
Time: 11.00 am to 7.00 pm

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