Nerada tea: Australian grown and pesticide free
I’m just puttin’ it out there; or rather, drinking it.
Ah, so where’s the argument? Is it more important that it’s grown in Australia or that it’s pesticide free? Mmmmm, food security vs not dying of a cocktail of diseases when I’m 55? What I will say is that the flavour is not as good as some other tea. Then again, I just need to get used to its particular flavour. Bit like beer — who loved that when they first tasted it? Anyway I buy it mostly because it’s grown here.