GOODNIGHT SWEETHEART a smooth brew crafted to guide you into the perfect state for sweet dreams.
A mellow full bodied blend with a herbal passionflower base note enhanced with chamomile and lemon balm.
Tea Personality: The Instinctual
Self-care is her nurture,
her needs is her nature
Her body is her temple,
and she is attuned to its needs
Faithful to her ritual
for heavenly slumber
Self Care Everyday for restoring
The mood when crafting this blend was mellow, and I wanted to convey that in both the aroma and taste by using the following ingredients:
organic chamomile flowers
organic lemon balm
Features and Benefits
- eco friendly packaging
- eco labels (100% recycled paper printed with vegetable based inks with a water based glue)
- certified organic ingredients
- hand blended and packed
- Goodnight Sweetheart can be reinfused 2 times before discarding (add to your compost or garden)
- Australian made & owned
- supporting Australian wildlife via our partner charities. $3 from the profits of each tea sold is donated.
Reviews & FAQ
Where are the teas made?
resonance tea is made in Scone, in NSW's Upper Hunter Valley. Australian made and Australian owned, our teas are handmade, handpacked and hand labelled - all with care & love.
What size can I buy Goodnight Sweetheart in?
Choose from 25g or 50g in pouches, or 50g in jars. Because this is such a dense leafy blend we don't have big enough pouches or jars to fit 100g in.
Does this make you sleepy?
It's packed full of organic ingredients known for their sleep enhancing properties. I personally have never been brave enough to drink it in the daytime!
How many times can I reinfuse Goodnight Sweetheart?
We find you can infuse up to 2-3 times. When you're done throw the discarded leaves in your garden or compost.
How much is it per serve?
There is 75 teaspoons per 50g. For example - If you purchase the 50g jar ($27.95), use 1 tsp per cup and infuse twice the cost is 19c per cup.
Are all the teas unique blends?
Yes! resonance tea are passionate about teas and flavours - our creator and crafter is also a chef so she loves to think of a combination in her mind (you should see her scribble book!) and then set about creating it with natural botanicals. The teas are blended and tested multiple times before we reach the final mix. Once we love it we then release it to you.
What do you do with the tea left over from the mixing/creating process?
If we have leftover leaves from our small trial batches they are sprinkled while we package your tea, as a 'tea confetti' to enhance your unboxing experience and share the tea love