Are you looking for a one-stop shop to buy speciality tea? Introducing Teavision; Australia’s best tea wholesaler. With a plentiful selection, customers can browse our range of pre-made tea or speak with our expert herbalists and create their own blend.
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Browse a Diverse Range of Speciality Tea Online!
Whether looking for a variety of the ever-popular black tea, a blend of the much-loved green tea, a type of refreshing oolong tea or something more niche; we have you and your business covered. Even if your mind is unsettled, our expert team are on hand to provide assistance and guide your way.
At Teavision, we care about our customers and providing the best products at the lowest prices. With strong links to suppliers, we offer customers the opportunity to bulk import - a service that enables top of the range tea at unbeatable prices.
Detailed Information About Each and Every Product.
At Teavision, we support our customers every step of the way. We provide a generous amount of information detailing aspects of the tea so you can make a fully informed decision that will best benefit you and your business.
For each product, not only do we provide an in-depth description of the origin, creation, composition and flavouring of the tea but customers can also read through the following;
Origin - the country in which the tea was grown
Ingredients - to give customers a transparent product
Serving suggestion - how to achieve the optimum flavour
Shipping - our tea is delivered in tight, air-sealed pouches
Storage - how best to store the tea
We want our customers to be completely satisfied with their purchases and enjoy our tea to the fullest extent. We provide recommended serving suggestions and details on how to store the tea to help customers to achieve the optimum flavour from their products.
Teavision - Australia’s Favourite Tea Company!
There is a good reason why we are a stand our company from our competitors. Teavision is continuously growing and always striving to be the best speciality tea wholesale company and provide customers with top of the range ingredients at only the lowest prices. These qualities partnered with excellent customer service are our recipe for success.
Our collection of tea is ample and diverse, ensuring customers can find products that everyone will love. Browse through our selection of speciality tea or speak with our herbalists about creating your own unique blend. After all, what better way for a business to stand out from the crowd than with a personal custom blend of tea?
At Teavision, we offer customers a comprehensive range of services. Working with you to perfect all of the details; creating quality tea labels, sourcing strong packaging and ensuring a professional finish, we provide customers with quality custom made services at competitive prices.
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Promising quality products and offering discounts on bulk orders, Teavision is the only tea supplier you need. So, browse our plentiful selection of speciality tea or speak to our tea masters today!
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If you’re looking for the finest cup of Black Assam tea, you need a premium, OP1 grade. And this is it. Our best Black Assam, certified organic and hand-picked from northern India. The long leaves are little more delicate than your standard OP grade; they tend to make a light, coppery brew. The flavour is exactly what you want from proper Black Assam: rich and malty, tart and spicy, with...
$32.30 ( $32.30 per kg )
Tieguanyin is known as “The Iron Goddess of Teas,” and producing it is no easy feat. In fact, many tea roasters and producers can’t be bothered. Tieguanyin is an intense aromatic brew that lingers long after you see the bottom of the cup - and begins long before you take your first sip. First, the leaves are left to wither and ferment before roasting to eliminate any moisture. Tieguanyin can...
$55.00 ( $55.00 per kg )
Pairing jasmine flowers with green tea leaves is a classic combination. Jasmine comes from the jasminum officinale plant, which tends to grow in misty alpine climates, just like Chinese green tea. The flavours match beautifully, too. You get the underlying sweet grass and earthy tones of green tea, then a big whiff of dewy jasmine florals. It’s a more perfumed cup than your standard Sencha or Oolong. This particular batch is our...
$39.20 ( $39.20 per kg )
Lapsang Souchong has a reputation for being acrid and over-smoked, but the best Lapsang Souchong leaves aren’t like that. Good crops have a cool, almost minty burn, a lingering pine-y menthol that evaporates on the tongue. Traditionally, Lapsang Souchong is grown in the Fujian province in China. The ‘Souchong’ refers to the fourth and fifth leaves of the plant, which are coarser and less aromatic than the pekoe buds (hence...
Darjeeling is probably the most curious tea to emerge from India. It’s a Chinese leaf, grown in West Bengal, flavoured with French grapes and Himalayan breezes. This is our premium, OP1 grade Darjeeling. While technically a black tea, it’s less oxidized than a classic Black Assam. This makes the flavour profile way more complex: delicate florals muddled with minty-fresh mountain zephyrs and slightly tannic pops of Muscat. It’s fruity and...
$35.00 ( $35.00 per kg )
This is our finest quality, O-Koicha-grade Japanese matcha. Handpicked in Nishio by venerable Japanese tea masters. It’s perfect for tea ceremonies and very special occasions. You can always spot proper Japanese matcha: the green should be luminous and vibrant, the texture silky and smooth, and the liquor should ping and zip around the palate. Japanese matcha is sweet and savoury, with a hefty whomp of umami, and very smooth on...
$200.00 $135.00 ( $135.00 per kg )
Japanese Genmaicha is blended with toasted rice kernels, so you get all the grassy sweetness of green Sencha, plus the nutty, popcorn-esque coziness of brown rice. Some green teas can be bitter and sharp, but Genmaicha tea is mellow and warm, stacked with healing antioxidants like caronteids and ascorbic acid. Drunk regularly, it can help drain toxins, boost the immune system, lower blood pressure and help prevent some cancers (thanks...
$69.70 ( $69.70 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 ( $85.00 per kg )
Dong Ding Oolong Tea’s known roots date back to 1841, when Lin Feng Chi brought 12 Qing Xin tea plants back home from China. Originating from the Fujian Province’s Wu Yi mountain region, a tea-growing hotspot, Dong Ding Oolong tea is hand- or machine-picked and put through a withering process. Once the leaves (and sometimes, the buds) are dried, the tea is boiled in water to release a robust flavour...
$67.00 ( $67.00 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 ( $85.00 per kg )
Grown high in the mystical mountains of China’s Yunan province, and air-dried to perfection after harvesting, this exceptional black tea is cherished for its high-end appeal. The sweet tea bears notes of yellow fruit and honey, with a hint of liquorice. Pair with your favourite sweet dish for a tantalizing treat for the taste buds. Dian Hong Mao Feng Tea delivers an intense taste that will have you hooked, and...
$75.00 $57.50 ( $57.50 per kg )
Keemun has long been cherished as one of the finest black teas on the planet, grown at low temperatures with high humidity in China’s Anhui and Jiangxi provinces. You’ve probably enjoyed a lot of Keemun in your life already, seeing as it’s a key ingredient in many English Breakfast blends. Keemun is adored for its distinct floral flavour and aroma, with deliciously fruity undertones complemented by hints of orchid, pine,...
$95.00 ( $95.00 per kg )
With a rich history in Taiwan and China, Oolong tea is a deliciously complex tea with a delicate yet intricate profile. Harvested just a handful of times a year during the warmer months, when the buds atop the bushes develope to half the size of a fully-grown leaf, Organic Champagne Oolong tea offers a rare flavour and aroma, with nutty undertones and florally flavours. Legend has it this tea was...
$118.00 ( $118.00 per kg )
Savour the flavour of history with this heavily yet delicately roasted tea. Offering a deep and rich taste with a visibly dark colour and strong character, Dark Roast Oolong Tea originates from China and is, today, harvested in spring, summer, and autumn. The freshest leaves and buds are rolled and shaped, sorted, cooled, and packaged for your enjoyment, delivering a malty flavour up front with a coffee-like texture. Civilizations have...
$48.70 ( $48.70 per kg )
High in the misty mountains of the Western Ghats are tea leaves that have been grown and cultivated by locals since the 1800s. Nilgiri’s tea is unlike any other, grown in both wet and dry seasons 10,000 feet above sea level. For hundreds of years, the people of Nilgiri have savoured every sip of this fine black tea for its floral and delicate yet “brisk” flavour profile. The tea has...
$21.70 ( $21.70 per kg )
Organic cultivation of Gyokuro in Japan is relatively rare and there have been many failures so far. That is why our organic Gyokuro is regarded as extremely precious and special. The minerals and amino acids that are essential to keep people in good health are found immensely in our tea and we would like to present such a best tea to you from the high hills of Kyushu. Our farmer...
$120.00 ( $120.00 per kg )
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...