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Posted On: 2017-06-23 11:08:55 ; Read: 31 time(s)

Trouble sleeping, try sipping on herbal tea made with Passion Flower & Skullcap to ease you into a great nights sleep. [...]

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Posted On: 2016-03-16 06:57:13 ; Read: 1736 time(s)

brewing guide for best water temps when brewing Green. herbal & black teas [...]

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Posted On: 2015-11-30 11:31:48 ; Read: 524 time(s)
FIne food wholesalers media interview [...]

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Posted On: 2015-08-02 16:10:39 ; Read: 648 time(s)

6 quick tips about tea you should read. [...]

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Posted On: 2014-08-02 08:07:13 ; Read: 1028 time(s)

storing tea. 5 ways to keep your leaves fresh & full of flavour [...]

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Posted On: 2014-05-23 16:19:25 ; Read: 907 time(s)

1st, 3rd & 4th Saturday of the month we attend community markets, selling & sampling tea [...]

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Posted On: 2014-04-29 18:04:21 ; Read: 2240 time(s)
5 unexpected uses for tea, don't tip out the left over brew's in your pot (who has left over tea anyway) put it to use with these 5 tips. [...]

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Posted On: 2014-04-29 06:08:21 ; Read: 2725 time(s)

Do you cringe every time you make a cup of tea & see how stained your tea pot is? It's easy to bring it back to life with these simple steps. [...]

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Posted On: 2014-04-22 16:34:02 ; Read: 719 time(s)
How to brew green tea [...]

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Posted On: 2014-04-17 17:25:34 ; Read: 3064 time(s)

We would like to welcome you to tease tea. On average we consume about 6 ish cups of tease a day X 2 (which is 2190 each per year!!) If you have a few minutes spare grab a cuppa & read our story so far… When we started running tease we wanted to own a business that could be a local and national business, which has the ability to import and in the future export and support our family. We wanted to offer great quality tea blends that we blended and packaged here in Australia. We have been fortunate to be able to source our black teas from Sri Lanka and green teas from china, our herbs come from Africa. We also love our labelling and think that it is important to use local manufactures. So at the beginning we decided, to only use Australian manufactures for all our labelling, tins and foil bags. [...]

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