The signature blend is an accompaniment to the artist's forthcoming album My Soft Machine.
The English musician and the Sydney-based tea company have joined forces to create an exclusive, Australian-only tea blend in celebration of the upcoming album.
The tea has been named Purple Phase after a song on the tracklist of the new release, set to come out on May 26.
Arlo Parks and T Totaler release Purple Phase
- The signature Arlo Parks tea blend contains chamomile, lemon myrtle and blue pea flower
- It is inspired by the artist’s favourite colours and flavours as well as her yet-to-be-released album, My Soft Machine
- The tea is on sale now
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Made from a unique blend of organic chamomile flower, native lemon myrtle and blue pea flower, the tea was designed to be a peaceful and calming respite. When brewed, it turns a rich royal blue, which transforms to a vibrant purple when lemon juice or other citrus is added.
It is said to help with sleep and be high in vitamin C and antioxidants.
“When I was making this record, I was very much out in the world,” says Parks. “It felt most natural to sit down and go inwards and be by myself, with a cup of tea, and really figure this all out.”
Amber and Paul Sutherland, the founders of T Totaler, say they were “beyond excited” to create a tea for the Grammy-nominated artist.
“We wanted to create something that complimented My Soft Machine, that takes you on a journey in the way Arlo Parks does.”
“It’s caffeine free and can be served either hot or cold, so anyone, anywhere can drink this tea.”
The artist has just announced a run of Australian shows in support of the new album, including an appearance at Splendour in the Grass. She’ll be playing at Melbourne’s Forum on July 17.
To shop the Arlo Parks and T Totaler Purple Phase tea, head here.