EthicalDeal: $15 for $30 Worth @ Wicked Tea

EthicalDeal: $15 for $30 Worth @ Wicked Tea


Ethical Deal is selling vouchers to Wicked Tea for 50% off. Purchase a $30 voucher for just $15! The voucher can be redeemed on all of Wicked Tea's organic, fair trade teas and accessories.

We have never mentioned Wicked Tea on the blog before and that is a crying shame. Wicked Tea combines two of my favourite things: tea and fair trade. All their tea is fair trade. That means the workers are paid a fair (living) wage for their work. In addition, many of the teas offered are fully organic.

Now, the usual fine print for the voucher exists. There is a limit of one per person but you can give multiple as gifts. There is one voucher per order. While EthicalDeal says shipping across Canada is $5.95, Wicked Tea's website actually quotes $6.95. Do not be scared of that cost though, as you can receive free shipping on orders of $49 or more.

I like herbal teas and I have a massive sweet tooth. Thus, it seemed a natural choice for me to drool over 280 CARAMEL CANDY. The tea has a high level of antioxidants, for those concerned about their health, and is caffeine free. The ingredients are apple, orange pieces, caramel chunks blended with hibiscus and rosehip, as well as natural flavors. The tea sounds delicious and I cannot wait to taste those caramel chunks. Price-wise, the tea starts at $5.75 for 50g.

Chai tea is the best for cold winter nights. It warms you from the inside out. The 352 ORGANIC WHITE CHOCOLATE CHAIcombines my sweet tooth and my love for a little spice. The antioxidant level in this tea is also high, with the following ingredients: black tea, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, white chocolate pieces, black + white pepper, cove, nutmeg, as well as natural flavors. This tea starts at $6.25 for 50g.

Wicked Tea also sells tea subscriptions but the Ethical Deal voucher mentions nothing about them. I am not sure if you could use the voucher towards the subscriptions or not. If you love tea and enjoy trying new flavours, check them out.

Tea can be an expensive hobby - I know I spent over $100 on tea last year alone. Vouchers like these allow me to indulge still while cutting down my costs.

The voucher is valid starting March 20, 2015. The voucher expires May 11, 2015.

(Expiry: 18th March 2015)


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