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Best Tea For Easter Feasts

Easter Sunday is fast approaching and we have recommendations for the best tea for easter that you can serve during Easter buffet or feasts for your customers.

Digestive Teas are tea that are soothing and great after meal cup of tea.  These promote good digestion especially when one has eaten more than usual.

  1. Puerh -If you are looking for a soothing digestive tea, this is a great tea to try.  Toucha Puerh Tea has a rustic roasted rice flavour is blended with a more green tea like “raw” puerh.  Made from Pu-erh tea with roasted rice, these little tea balls have wonderful “grounding” flavour and a bit toasty.  Great for digestion.
  2. Wuyi Shui Xian Oolong –  Wuyi is one of the oldest tea planting region in the world. It’s unspoiled mountainous terrain creates the most extraordinary tea.  Wuyi oolong tea is reputed to help digestion.  It is very popular amongst those who are seeking better health and body shape.  Wuyi produces many kinds of wulong and Shui Xian (Water Fairy) is a wellknown middle range wulong.  Great for anytime of the day.
  3. Aussie Green – healthy alternative to juice or water.  Quality Australian green tea mixed with pesticide free lemon myrtle to create this wonderful blend of lemony green tea.  Aussie Green is very popular.  Aussie Green is lemony and smooth without the acidic sharpness.  A nice finish to a good meal – iced or hot.
  4. Digestive Ease (exclusively available in the “Digestion Sampler“) – a tea blend created by; A cuppa designed and blended to have herbs and that are known for helping digestion.  This in turn will to keep tummies happy.
  5. Turkish Apple –  Our Turkish Apple tea is made of actual apple pieces with added Vitamin C with no added sugar.  There is another granulated sugary version of Turkish Apple tea in the market. We don’t sell this sugary version as it is really sweet.  Turkish Apple “tea” is a great after meal drink. It is very popular for big kids and small kids alike.

The teas mentioned above are all available in the “Tea for Digestion” portion of

If you’d like to buy the teas mentioned above in wholesale price, you can do so by signing up as a wholesale member

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Tea Blending Empress Garden with Love

Green tea is a big favourite among Australians and the whole wide world of tea drinkers. It is the most talked about type of tea due to many research and discoveries of benefits of green tea.

It is also what we recommend for tea shops, restaurants and cafes to have enough stock of because of its popularity.

Jasmine tea, a Chinese green tea with jasmine flowers, is one we sometimes run out of but not only because we have many orders of it but also because it is a nice based for tea blending.

Empress Garden is sample of this. Watch the video below to know more.

Tea blending is something we offer especially for different occasions for you to love and experiment with as well.

Unique blends appeal to customers as you can market your principles and concepts you have uniquely for your own brand and be more than just the standard tea-serving business.


How To Make Your Own Tea Blend


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Watch This Video: Kung Fu Tea Being Served

You might have come across the previous post about what Kung Fu Tea is and what is needed to serve this, so now let us show you how it is done.

Click here to see the Introduction to Kung Fu Tea

In the video, Salina shows you a Kung Fu tea ceremony in how it is served.  She shows you process and the explanations for each beautiful step in relation to Chinese tea culture and traditions.  You will learn that even the mere showing of the leaves to the guests has an importance.

(Turn on the captions option to read the reasons for each artsy step in the making of Kung Fu Tea.)

For additional notes, check this explanation vid of the Kung Fu Tea ceremony above. 



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Did A Customer Ever Ask You What Kung Fu Tea Is?

People are naturally curious.  We ask questions.  Maybe about kung Fu Tea.

In our industry, we attract the more health-conscious and more wellness-oriented persons making them more curious.  Therefore we should know the correct info of origins, benefits, and ingredients of different tea blends.

“What type of tea is Kung Fu tea?”  “Must it come from China exclusively?”  “How does it taste like?”

Hmm, well, you might be surprised but they might be asking the wrong questions.  Kung Fu Tea is not a type of tea.  It isn’t a specific tea blend either.  Instead, it is a way of preparing and enjoying tea.

Want to know more?

The video, Salina explains Kung Fu tea.

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Tea Blending Tahiti Inspired by the Lamington

Hello. Salina here from and

Today we are going to talk about custom blending your tea.

You might be thinking, yeah… “That would be so cool,” and might go asking, “Do you have a tea  blend is kind of like coffee?”. Or, “I really love lemon myrtle I could blend with another tea.”  

In custom tea blending, you can certainly make that personal touch with your tea and to make it more interesting.  

To demonstrate custom blending, I will use a particular tea that holds a special place in our hearts because it has a fun taste.  We also want to honor this great place that we live in, Australia.

Being a bit of a foodie, I actually like Lamington but it is a little bit hard to get a good one nowadays.  Lamington has got this coconut chocolate flavour that has got that indulgence and fun sense to it.

If you are looking for a bit of Aussie feel, you also have a freedom to use Australian ingredients for your custom blends.

If you want to create something that goes well with pavlova, or maybe sausages, then you can look at the tea creation process from what you are trying to match it with that will make it easier for you to sell it to your customers.

Create something that has a story or an emotional attachment that is relatable and will make people want to try it.

So, the lamington-like tea, called Tahiti, has got chocolate and coconut in it with a lovely touch of rose petals, to make it more interesting and rose gives you that sort of romance.

If you dissect Tahiti tea, the black tea will give you that robust base in addition to the chocolate which is very marketable paired with the hip and trendy coconut flavour.

With the combination of all these interesting ingredients in a tea, it will be easier for you to get creative with your story to talk about the tea. The rose, because we want to call it Tahiti, is to give it a softer and holiday kind of touch it and to create that emotional attachment.

That is why Tahiti is made that way!

The coconut shreds, as you can see, is more for looks to make the tea jump up because the colour of the black tea is overwhelming, to create that sort of contrast with the white colour of the coconut ribbons in it.

I would like to invite you to have a conversation with us about custom blending your tea. Making it magical and personal so you could talk about tea like it is your baby, you made it!

Come to us and have a bit of a chat about the private label tea packs and custom tea blending.

Looking forward to have a conversation with you very soon to make that unique tea for you!

Take care!

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Add Sales – Create Your New Tea Blend For Your Shop

Add sales for your shop.  Create your new tea blend for your shop!  Create custom tea blends for your customers!

Stand out from fellow tea sellers by creating a new tea we can formulate based on a concept recipe you design.

Have a one-of-a-kind tea you can offer solely in your cafe.   Sell your new tea in your shop to add profit too.

People are generally curious and adventurous to try new things offered to them.  But we don’t want to just take advantage of this, of course.  We are offering you a way for you to create a brand that has your own signature style.

Tea blends can be crafted from specific tastes you like to combine.  Tangy, sweet, strong, mild, floral, fruity, herbal and we have a wide range of more than 150 black, green, white, red, herbal, fruit, floral teas from around the world that we are very familiar with to help you create that tea blend you want.

Tea blends can also be inspired by food like Tahiti for example, which is also known as, Lamington Tea.

Watch the video below to know more about this:

Create Your New Tea Blend – example Tahiti

Let’s launch your unique blend of loose leaf tea!

Let’s pick out the ingredients for your unique blend of loose leaf tea that your customers will love and remember you for.

Click here to start your Private Label Tea by signing up for or signing in to your wholesale membership.

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