Category Archives: Australian Tea

Looking After Your Leaves – Tips on Tea Storage

Dedicated tea drinkers will generally invest a fair amount in good quality teas. Therefore it’s a good idea to consider the best way of protecting your favourite loose leaf teas. Well-stored tea will have a longer storage life, prolonging the quality of the leaf for a consistently premium brew. The following are some basic rules […]

History Behind The Tea Centre and the Last 21 Years!

The Tea Centre: tea-ming with memories 21 years ago, on the 1st of September 1993, a little tea shop opened on Glenmore Road, just off Oxford Street, in Paddington, Sydney.  Originally called The Tea Centre of Sydney, this concept store was merely the beginning of an extraordinary movement to convert the Australian public’s perception of […]

Growing Green Tea in Victoria

By David Lyons Recently I was pleased to visit a friend of mine, George – one of our own green tea growers down in Victoria. I wanted to share my visit with you and allow you to stand with me in the lush vegetation of Australia’s finest green tea producing camelias. My visit couldn’t have […]

The Science Behind – How to Produce the Perfect Cuppa!

Recently, scientists at the University College London decided to take a look at how to produce the perfect cuppa. They didn’t just look at the chemical and fundamental methods of producing a good cup of tea but also the psychological affects of a nice cup of tea. The findings from their hard earned research can […]