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10 Eco-Friendly Tea Packaging Designs

10 Eco-Friendly Tea Packaging Designs

I would say that tea is definitely obtained the respect and also the exclusive place in middle within the people. Every day folks gets up and will go immediately towards kitchen along with makes a warm cup of tea for themselves. And also whenever the person firm and also quite overwhelmed up, the tea is one that actually allows for developing ideas fresh and going returning to the execute.

When packaging tea for the commercial and retail market, packaging is imperative. Tea packaging plays an enormous role in attracting buyers. Your tea needs to taste good with an attractive design. Obviously you’ll discover thousands of tea companies, and the market is getting saturated with more competition since you read this. So when it comes to creating your package, it makes sense to talk to a team with extensive knowledge In order to stick out, most companies focus within the they are most serious about.

In this post I have rounded up 10 eco-friendly tea packaging designs to inspire you for some new creative ideas.

 

Tea Packaging

1. Delilah via Lun Yau

The packaging is inspired by chalkboards, which give an organic and personal feel. The packaging for tea and coffee used the same screen printed speech bubble package with the Delilah logo, as if Delilah is a person speaking.

Tea Packaging

Coloured chalks are supplied within the hamper so that the packaging can be personalised as a gift.

 

Tea Packaging

2. Lipton Tea Packaging Design & Product Development via Aaron Lim Z Y

A redesign of Lipton Yellow Label teabags conceptualizing it into a 4-in-1 solution for tea drinking enthusiasts. A stirrer that does not compromise the well-known way of blending teabags by dipping motion; a teabag coaster that keeps your tea well-blended while maintaining a clean surrounding; and a potpurri for the wardrobes or cupboards after drying the used teabags and adding drops of scented oil to them.

Tea Packaging

Besides the redeveloped teabags, the external packaging of the new Yellow Label Tea features a minimal pictoral representation with clear and concise instructions on the back of the packaging to facilitate the new possibilities available to the tea drinking enthusiasts.

 

Tea Packaging

3. Mint Green Tea Packaging – AWAKEN via Jacqueline Minkler

Created for a boutique tea shop for display. Rather than individually packaged tea bags, the containers of loose leaf tea & fresh mint is an eco-friendly solution.

 

Tea Packaging

4. ECO-PACKAGING FOR TEA via Lucia Plevová

Eco-design created from waste materials – paper tubes in combination with printed thinner cardboard and colored graphics.

 

Tea Packaging

5. TEALIGHTFUL via Pascal Set Sail

‘Drinking Tea’ is starting to be really popular in Holland. There are moreand more tea shops popping up and every restaurant is offering a large rangeof different and exotic teas.

Tea Packaging

These days people do not want to have a weakand boring tea from a tea-bag, but want to have real, fresh, fragrant herbs.

 

Tea Packaging

6. Tea Traditions via Courtney Schleich

This is an Eco-friendly package design for a brand called Tea Traditions.

Tea Packaging

The graphics were intended to appear like those seen on a vintage tea tin, while the packaging itself is made from brown recycled paper. There is also minimal ink use, with only one color representing each particular flavor of tea.

 

Tea Packaging

7. TEATUL Tea packaging via Arctica

A freshand natural tea for a pleasant life. While thinking over the conceptual design ofthe packaging, we focused on making it environmentally-friendly, trying toemphasize its relations with Nature.

Tea Packaging

We took a poster tube made of recycledtextured cardboard as a basis, and used simple graphics. Complicated design solutionsand multicolored themes had to be put aside to ensure a simplified productionprocess. Each of these simple patterns works as a visual code for a particular kindof tea, while making our ‘green’ concept look noticeable and attractive.

 

Tea Packaging

8. Tea Hugger via Hannah Jackson

Packaging for a fictitious organic tea company called Tea Hugger.

Tea Packaging

The packaging is made from 100% recycled paper and is held together by tabs so that no glue needed to be used in the construction of it.

 

Tea Packaging

9. Twinings Tea Packaging via Stephanie Mulvey

Since its beginnings in 1706, London’s Twinnings Tea is identified as an upper class brand.

Tea Packaging

Stephanie used traditional graphic design techniques, such as letter press along side a modern material of recycled paper, with colour and single word expressions to create a modern packaging that will attract the younger generation of 15- 25 year olds.

 

Tea Packaging

10. RIN GREEN TEA via Lynn Nguyễn

This completely adorable green tea packaging is targeted toward young adult females (13-25). Each flavour has been characterised with a unique character and distinctive wallpaper design. The structure of the package reflects the paper coffee/tea cup which will definitely enhance the shelf appeal and presentation.

Tea Packaging

Women will not be able to resist the cuteness that oozes out of these designs.

Jeff Kowalski
Get noticed in a noisy world. Graphic design artist, freelance blogger.