Below is a list of our latest blog posts, enjoy!


Author: Caitlyn, Chermside   Date Posted: 4 August 2017

If you order a chai in any average Australian café, you will most likely be served a chai latte. But this (often delicious) milk, sugar and ground spice concoction is actually missing one special ingredient. Tea.

Date Posted: 24 November 2016

How to make an easy gingerbread soap, a practical, well appreciated gift that is perfect for stocking fillers, teacher's gifts or for the person who has everything!

Date Posted: 18 November 2016

If you've been naughty and indulging in extra Christmas cheer, then Hangover Tea will get you feeling nice again. From our Chinese Herbalist Range, this is an excellent detoxing tisane, perfect for dealing with the festive season.

Date Posted: 17 November 2016

Too much sun? Treat your skin to a cool drink with this Soothing Tea Wash.

Date Posted: 1 November 2016

This amazing slushie recipe has been kindly supplied by one of our lovely customers 'Cenzo Cafe' of Murwillumbah. It's a favourite amongst their patrons and they were happy to share it with you all, so a big thank you to them!

Date Posted: 28 October 2016

Learn how this tisane from our new Chinese Herbalist Range, can help you feel cooler and re-energised through the hot season of summer.

Date Posted: 22 October 2016

Learn more about the history of Ulster Weavers - world renowned Irish linen and textile company and suppliers of kitchen textiles to Her Majesty's household.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 29 September 2016

Just in time for spring we introduce the first blend from our Chinese Herbalist Range: Spring Tea - a refreshing tisane to keep you rejuvenated and balanced throughout the season.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 29 September 2016

Restore balance and harmony to your body's energy flow with our new 'Chinese Herbalist Range' concocted by Perth-based Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Marie Hopkinson

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 28 September 2016

Pu-erh makes a deliciously sophisticated addition to this luscious sangria recipe.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 23 September 2016

Known as the Tea of Longevity, Pu-erh has long been regarded for its inimitable flavour and extraordinary health benefits made possible through its unique tea production processes of fermentation and aging.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 23 September 2016

Simple brewing instructions to get the most out of your compressed Pu-erh tea leaves.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 30 August 2016

A refreshing green tea blend for the Spring lover and a remedial herbal tisane for the wannabe Spring lovers.

Date Posted: 29 August 2016

Our refreshing Pina Colada black tea makes for a wonderful iced tea that is both flavoursome and refreshing. Here's an easy recipe to try.

Date Posted: 26 August 2016

These beauties are a great, high protein, energy boosting snack.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 24 August 2016

Blooming tea balls are a beautiful way to enjoy the coming of Spring. Check out this little article that we also have featured in the 2016 Spring edition of Home Grown lifestyle magazine.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 23 August 2016

Find out the best way you can get the most out of your used tea leaves in the garden as we debunk some widely held gardening beliefs.

Date Posted: 29 July 2016

In the cooler months it's nice to sit down and enjoy a 'Hot Toddy' so why not try this lovely recipe today.

Author: Denise   Date Posted: 27 June 2016

Included amongst the 119 tea estates of Sivasagar district is Hajua. Referred to by the Assamese as the “shelter of the swans”, this estate is best known for its wonderfully tippy leaves, which produce a rich and smooth flavour profile.

Date Posted: 26 June 2016

A tasty pound cake recipe using the rich, malty flavours of Assam Hajua black tea. Perfect for morning tea.