We are pretty lucky in Australia - we have wonderful weather almost all year round, a healthy economy and its populated with some of the most caring and friendliest people I could hope for. The photo above is by me, on a recent trip to Bon Beach just over half an hour from the Melbourne CBD - pretty lucky if you ask me!
So, what makes each online tea business different?
But, that's enough about me, this is about tea and where to find the best tea online in Australia. Again, we have great opportunity and choice with teas that can be delivered in this beautiful country. There are quality tea companies such as T2, Dilmah Tea, Elm Stock Tea, Tea Drop, Lupicia, Art of Tea, and of course BuyTea.com.au - so what makes each different to the previous? Well, I'd say you're in pretty good hands with whichever Australian business you decide to trust with handling your quality tea, however I can promise that I will do whatever is required to ensure you are more than impressed with the service you receive, along with your quality tea.
You're in great hands when you buy tea online from us.
I'm fortunate enough to have been operating successful eCommerce businesses for over ten years in Australia, which has shown me a lot in the areas of logistics, packaging, quality and online security. You've got the benefit of dealing with a person, not a business. I provide my personal mobile phone and email address on the contact page, and I am very quick to respond, any time of the day or night, because I appreciate that while I do everything I can to ensure your tea is delivered fast and in a professional manner, sometimes things do go wrong beyond our control. When that happens, I like to be there the entire time to make it right and use that as an opportunity to go above and beyond. You might think that is a lot of commitment just for tea, but there are some things I am just overly passionate about and thankful for.
Did you know;
March is the beginning of autumn in Melbourne and the lovely weather means it is one of the best times of the year to drink your favourite tea while celebrating the theme of the Melbourne International Flower and Garden shows display of the Australian lifestyles. The weather stays warm, but without the harsh summer sun and the mornings and nights get cooler. Why not celebrate the Flower & garden show by ending your day immersing your senses in Hibiscus Black cut Flowers and Sweet Orange Peel Tea.
Hibiscus Black cut Flowers and Sweet Orange Peel Tea contains Crushed Hibiscus flowers blended with red tea and orange zest to create a stimulating, rich, anti-oxidant powerhouse fruit tea. Full bodied, sweet and tart, with a warming orange flavour. Some of the health benefits we can experience drinking Hibiscus Black cut Flowers and Sweet Orange Peel Tea include relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive, immune system, and inflammatory problems.
The differences between loose leaf tea and traditional tea bags (not to be confused with Quality Pyramid Tea Bags) are vast. The leaves used in most supermarket tea bags are mostly low quality, often damaged physically and very dusty in appearance and taste. In contrast, the tea used in Pyramid Tea Bags is the same quality loose leaf tea, only packaged in a more convenient form factor.
Essential oils, aroma and flavour are qualities that you should be aiming for in your tea, and supermarket tea bags just don't satisfy that requirement. The resulting cup can be bitter and lacklustre in flavour.
Sydney has just recorded one of the hottest summers on record for 2017, so it is with much delight that we now move through to the beautiful autumn weather. March is the beginning of autumn in Sydney and the lovely weather means it is one of the best times of year to drink your favourite Tea. The weather stays warm, but without the harsh summer sun and the mornings and nights get cooler. My go-to tea for this kind of weather is Sydney Masala Chai Tea closely followed by an Organic Peppermint Tea.
Sydney Masala Chai Tea is blended for a deeper, spicy, traditional Masala Chai, designed to awaken the senses and help purify the body. Our version of Masala Chai is a non-sweetened loose leaf chai with rich, creamy and spicy notes.
Some of the health benefits we can experience drinking Sydney Masala Chai Tea include anti inflammatory qualities, reduces fatigue, fights cold and flu, aids digestion & boosts metabolism.
It's one of those kind of afternoons. The calm before the storm with the school week being over and the rain predicted for yet another weekend. Stay dry and drink tea.
In the past I would have thought the Tea Cozy was a terrible eyesore. Something grandma would have at her house and serve a cup of tea from the teapot with a cozy. But I've recently changed my mind and find the tea Cozy to be quite hip and possibly vintage sheek. Get knitting ladies it's the next craze. Check out some of the trends.