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Mermaid Tea
  • Mermaid Tea
  • Mermaid Tea
  • Mermaid Tea
  • Mermaid Tea

Mermaid Tea

Colour-changing Cuppa

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  • A dreamy blend of butterfly blue pea flowers and lemongrass
  • Turns from ocean blue to a vibrant pink when you add lemon juice
  • The longer you infuse it, the darker the colours become
  • Sassy mermaid illustration courtesy of the lovely Alicia Rihko
  • Possibly the most Instagrammable tea ever
  • Created by Firebox


Ditch your usual mug because this is one hot beverage you'll want to drink out of a glass.

We've teamed up with super-talented illustrator Alicia Rihko to bring you Mermaid Tea – a colour-changing brew made from a dreamy blend of butterfly blue pea flowers and lemongrass.

As the loose tea leaves start to infuse, the water turns into a calming ocean blue – then the real magic happens. Just add a generous squeeze of lemon juice and behold as your brew changes from a soothing blue into a vibrant and stunning pink.

One sip of this mesmerising beverage and you're transformed. Revitalised. Refreshed. Ready to unleash your sassy, inner merbabe.
Return information:

Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.

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5 Reviews

Average 5/5 stars
  • "Awesome! Bought it for a friend's birthday and she loved it, says it's delicious "
    Lea - 10th of October, 2018
  • "Bought as a gift and they loved it"
    Kerrie - 22nd of February, 2018
  • "From one colour to another is easy peasy lemon squeezy. Literally."
    Brydie - 14th of December, 2017
  • "It was a secret santa gift for a colleague but she loved it! She instagrammed it straight away "
    Maggie - 13th of December, 2017
  • "LOVE THIS! it tastes as good as it looks, get ready to instagram the shit out of it "
    Megan - 21st of November, 2017