From the mothers who brought you Clean Tea, we are proud to launch our sister brand The Breastfeeding Tea Co. Simple and natural breastfeeding teas, made by mother nature.
Clean Tea first started as a market stall in Byron Bay in 2013 with just 3 teas made by hand by Founder, Jordana Edwards and her Naturopath Mum, Amanda. Clean Tea quickly grew into an established tea brand offering over 50 hand blended teas including the famous Mothers Love tea which has helped thousands and thousands of mums with breastfeeding challenges around the world.
The Breastfeeding Tea Co is our way of simplifying our solutions and helping more Mothers around the world.
Our Colic tea, formerly known as ‘Mothers Love Tea’ by Clean Tea’ is beneficial to the digestive system for mum and baby, this nourishing combination of herbs helps to calm babies tummy and digestion. Lactation tea is designed for breastfeeding mums to help support lactation and milk supply.
Our breastfeeding teas are designed by a herbalist and lovingly hand blended by our all-female team. We only use premium organic herbs in our specialist teas and donate 1% of all sales to 1% for the Planet. We care about our children, our planet and everyone’s birthright to health and happiness and we’re doing all that we can to contribute to a world where everyone has a bright and thriving future.
Award winning tea
Jordana received Gold for the Food & Beverage Award, Gold for the Regional Business Award, Silver for the People Choice Award, Bronze for the AusMumpreneur of the Year and Bronze for the Product Innovation Award.
The AusMumpreneur Awards, a national and highly prestigious awards program, applauds and acknowledges the outstanding achievements of Australian mums in small business. Running for the past ten years, it celebrates success in business, product development, innovation and customer service.
In 2020, they have over 42 award categories, 420 finalists and 84 judges. The AusMumpreneur of the Year finalists undergo rigorous judging and must be in business for over 5 years.