Wholesale Chinese Tea Australia
If you’ve been considering buying Chinese tea in bulk or Chinese tea at wholesale prices for your business, then you’ve come to the right place. We here at Teavision are passionate about all things tea, all types of tea, and being as creative as possible with our teas. That’s why we offer a wide variety of teas, and even offer a custom blending service for our customers.Read More
Types of Chinese Tea
The types of Chinese tea that we offer on our website include the following, most of which are well known and self-explanatory, but we’ve included descriptions for the lesser known teas:
Our Silver Needle white tea – also known as our Fujian tea.
Our Longjing green tea leaves.
Our organic black Darjeeling tea.
Our organic Brahmi – also known as our Gotu Kola
Brahmi is one of the most prized and precious Chinese herbs. The reason that we classify it as a tea is because to get the best results and reap its plethora of health benefits, you are advised to brew up to 2 teaspoons of the Brahmi as if it were a tea and allow it to steep for 3 to 5 minutes.
What Have Our Previous Clients Had to Say About Our Chinese Tea?
We could spend all day talking to you about why you should use us here at Teavision to provide your wholesale Chinese tea or your bulk Chinese tea. However, we know that you would probably feel more comfortable having one of our previously satisfied customers reassure you that we are exactly as good as we promise we are. Past customers have said the following:
Review by T W via Google
Rating: 5 stars
I always struggled to find a tea brand that was reliable with quality and also reasonably priced. So glad I found the Teavision brand, my partner and I have loved every single one that we have purchased and honestly could not recommend them enough to our family and friends.
Review by Rachel Duffy via Google
Rating: 5 stars
Fantastic quality tea, fast delivery, excellent service. Highly recommend the French Earl Grey tea, it's the best I've ever had! I will definitely be ordering with them again
Review by Sam Milionis via Google
Rating: 5 stars
The tea at Teavision is top quality. Cannot recommended the chai enough, simply amazing! Excellent customer service and prompt delivery. Look forward to trying the spices next.
As you can see, we have plenty of satisfied customers. A simple Google search of our name will guide you to lots more reviews, with each customer being just as satisfied and just as happy with our products and the services that we provide. The proof of our success is in the drinking so to speak.
If you’re interested in some of our Chinese teas, then there are several options available on our website. We are also available to answer any of your questions via contact form, e-mail, or telephone. We also have a physical location that you can visit, with all the information available on our website in the ‘contact’ tab.
Order your bulk tea today from Teavision, Australia’s leading online supplier of high-quality tea. Remember, our range extends far beyond chinese tea. We specialise in supplying a wide range of bulk loose tea, japanese matcha tea, probiotic tea, white tea, bulk black tea and oolong tea
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A good cup of Sencha tastes like the ocean. There’s a seaweedy twang on the palate. A light grassiness. It’s a smooth-drinking green tea, traditionally grown from Japanese short-leaf camellia sinensis. This particular batch comes from China. It’s not the same grade as our premium Japanese Organic Sencha, but it still makes a delicious and nutritious cup of tea. When brewing Sencha, don’t overheat the water – steep the leaves at...
$31.90 ( per kg ) ( $31.90 per kg )
Sencha is synonymous with Japan, but other countries are beginning to develop their own blends. This is the best we’ve found so far. Our team was impressed with the depth of colour: a deep jade green. It’s got a little fruity bounce to counteract that grassy bitterness, with all the smoothness and complexity you’d expect from an A-Grade cup of Japanese Sencha. And just like traditional Sencha, this blend is...
$33.70 ( per kg ) ( $33.70 per kg )
Discovered in the 16th century, Sencha has wafted its way into just about every home and restaurant in Japan. It’s a green tea, made from small-leaf camellia sinensis or Yabukita (particularly in Shizuoka prefecture). Unlike most Chinese green teas, Sencha isn’t fried; the leaves are steamed and left to dry without oxidation, which gives the tea a herby, earthy, almost vegetable flavour. You’ll pick up notes of cooked spinach and lemon, cool ocean...
$85.00 ( per kg ) ( $85.00 per kg )
Longjing has been grown in Hangzhou, China, for more than a thousand years. It’s the Cadillac of Chinese tea: delicate, highly prized, difficult to harvest and beautiful to drink. Each leaf needs to be grown under just the right conditions, picked in the foggy Zejiang foothills during spring’s first flush, still moist with morning dew. Too much sun and the young buds lose their fragrance. (Obsessive Longjing fans can even taste the...
$85.00 ( per kg ) ( $85.00 per kg )
Made fresh in Melbourne. Origin: China. Ingredients: Certified Organic Green Tea. Serving suggestion: Add 1 teaspoons and brew in 72-85ºC water for 20-90 seconds. Use a Japanese kyusu teapot for best results. Shipping: Our Organic Sencha Green Tea is delivered in sealed, air-tight pouches. Storage: Store below 180C in a dry place, out of light. Quality Control: Teavision has implemented a very high standard of quality control through its HACCP and ACO accredited facilities to preserve the integrity...
$19.50 ( per kg ) ( $39.00 per kg )
This Sencha is a little special. It’s one of the few plantations in Australia, grown in the alpine high country of Victoria. We pick the leaves during the first spring harvest, when they’re young and delicate. The flavour is pretty close to traditional Japanese Sencha: smooth and sweet, bursting with notes of fresh grass, umami, highland heather and creamy chestnuts. This particular crop is usually exported direct to Japan (which...
Sencha is the most popular tea in Japan. The freshly-picked tea leaves are steamed and then dried as they are rolled. After the leaves have been shaped, they are blended to achieve the best flavor for the consumer. In general, sencha is green tinged with yellow and has a well-balanced combination of aroma, umami and bitterness, providing you with a feeling of luxury that increases with the grade of green...
$165.00 ( per kg ) ( $165.00 per kg )