Just before the Christmas mania that takes over Berlin every year, British tea maker Pukka Herbs brings a nature experience to city life: From November 18th to the 23rd, the Pukka SinnesGarten will offer stressed-out Berliners an inspiring and relaxing break at Bikini Berlin in the heart of Berlin’s shopping mile Kurfürstendamm.
Studies show that just two hours in nature positively affect physical and mental well-being. For this reason, Pukka Herbs, with their new international campaign “Feel your nature,” wants not only to remind everyone that all human beings are part of nature, but also to reconnect us to our native surroundings.
Although the contemporary lifestyle neglects this essential relationship, the connection between humans and nature has always existed. In order to revive it, Pukka will bring nature to city life with its SinnesGarten. During the 5-day duration of this pop-up tea garden, visitors are invited to experience a fragrant herb garden, a meditation area, an Ayurvedic herbal world with open expert talks on holistic well-being and a Pukka tea lounge, where visitors can relax with a hot cup of organic Pukka tea.
The SinnesGarten will enable visitors to feel their relationship with nature through all their senses and thus get in touch with the power of herbs and plants, reflecting on their own connection with nature.
For Pukka, sustainability is the premise of every action. “Pukka” – a Hindi word meaning authentic – develops delicious teas and nutritional supplements that help people live healthier, happier lives.
Made with expertise and the finest herbs, Pukka creations contribute to the well-being of humans, plants and the planet. The herbs in Pukka organic teas, latte and food supplements are sustainable and fairly traded. In addition, Pukka donates 1% of all sales to environmental organizations and uses only renewable material in its packaging.
To conclude their nature experience, all guests get the opportunity to take a piece of nature home with a SeedBomb. By making Berlin greener, they can visualize their connection with nature and the power within it. And last but not least, for every photo taken in the SinnesGarten posted with the hashtag #merkedeinenatur, Pukka will plant a tree for CO2 compensation.
You can experience the SinnesGarten at Bikini Berlin from November 18th to the 23rd – 10-20:00.
This article was graciously sponsored by Pukka Herbs.