TINY TEA. BIG DREAMS.
With a mission to give children (and the grownups in their lives) a healthy beverage alternative, Tiny Tea Kids is a truly refreshing tea — and not just because it tastes great.
Tiny Tea Kids is the brainchild of Tegan Carakitsos, a successful businesswoman, mum-of-three and true tea-lover.
In her jam-packed schedule, Tegan always believed in the restorative power of a cuppa and when her children showed growing interest in her tea-drinking ritual, the idea for Tiny Tea began to brew.
“Every Adventure starts with a cup of tea”
As a mum, Tegan also knew that finding a healthy, nutritious, low-sugar drink for kids can be harder than finding their overdue library book. Finally, she decided to fill that giant-tea-cup sized gap in the market with a drink she could trust and knew exactly what was in it (because she had made it.)
She called on the most scrupulous, boldly honest and fussy taste-testers* she could find (*her children) and after some serious sipping and slurping her team finally settled on four zingy, pingy, super scrumptious flavours, that kids love.
Developed in conjunction with one of Australia’s leading child nutritionists, Tiny Tea Kids is made using only the highest-quality ingredients — and with none of those pesky added-nasties — to ensure it is the best possible product for your tiny tots.
A nutritious, delicious, convenient drink that will not only quench kids’ thirst, but their imagination, too.
Tegan Carakitsos is the founder and director of Tiny Tea Kids.
The former beauty therapist and lifestyle content creator has always been passionate about health and wellness and hopes Tiny Tea Kids passes on a on a message of mindfulness and wellbeing to the next generation.
“By harnessing the health benefits of all-natural ingredients and functional botanical blends — as well as the moment of mindfulness each cup brings — I hope our tea helps the next generation of children enjoy a healthier lifestyle,” she says.
Tegan lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband and three kids.
She loves to dunk a Tim Tam in her tea.