Asami Tea Shop
ASAMI combines tea and functional herbs based on African traditions which are known to be better-for
We source the best products from Africa directly from the farmers. This is for the benefit of both the farmers and the customers who make them. Asami is working to forge a different path for small farmers in Africa.We offer curated assortment of direct trade organic tea, cocoa and herbs direct from small-scale African farmers direct to your door (consumer).
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