Bulk Loose Tea Australia
When your business frequently needs to purchase large quantities of tea, it can be surprising how quickly costs can add up. Whatever industry you’re in, if buying tea is something you’re doing on a regular basis, it’s extremely important to find ways to keep costs to a minimum.
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In Need of Bulk Loose Tea in Australia?
Of course, it’s equally important to be sure that you’re not sacrificing quality in the process of cutting your costs – and many businesses find themselves stuck when it comes to striking the right balance between high standards and affordable prices.
Fortunately, a solution exists which enables you to purchase tea of the very highest quality while still making dramatic savings that can vastly improve the long-term profitability of your business. When you choose to buy bulk loose tea from a wholesaler, you’ll find that you are pleasantly surprised by just how much money you can save.
And when you get your bulk tea from Teavision, you can rest assured that you’re receiving a product that has been carefully selected by highly trained and experienced tea experts – so you can be confident that the tea you’re serving your customers and associates is of only the very highest quality.
The Same Premium Bulk Loose Tea
At Teavision, we’ve built our excellent reputation on the back of a company ethos that puts quality above all else. Buying in bulk should always mean that you receive the same excellent product at a lower price, and we’re committed to ensuring that this is the reality for our customers.
That’s why we only ever sell bulk loose tea that we’ve carefully vetted and that we know is of superior quality, meaning our customers always know that they can depend on us to provide produce that is of consistently high standards – even when buying in very large quantities and at seriously reduced prices.
Huge Global Supply Chain of Bulk Tea
When people realise how much money they can save on produce by buying it in bulk, they’re often so impressed that they place an order with the first company they find.
Unfortunately, this means that people all too often still end up paying more than they must for their produce – as some wholesalers still charge significantly more than others for bulk produce due to having more limited supply chains.
When it comes to bulk tea, Australia has many companies offering competing services – but many of these companies source their tea from only one or two suppliers.
The Best Bulk Loose Tea in Australia
At Teavision, we utilise our strong working relationships with reputable suppliers in over 15 countries around the globe to ensure that our customers get the best possible price on their bulk loose tea. Australia-based companies can therefore count on us to provide them with highest quality bulk tea in Australia at completely unbeatable prices.
Contact a member of our friendly team today to find out more about how you can save money by buying your tea in bulk with Teavision.
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Teavision is not only Australia's best tea company, but also the leading wholesale tea supplier. We specialise bulk loose tea, matcha powder, Japanese green tea, bulk organic tea, wholesale bulk spices, bulk black tea, bulk green tea and custom tea blends. We also offer a wide range of tea packaging services.- Read Less
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A good cup of matcha is hard to describe. It’s a bit like your first taste of dark chocolate: the luminous green powder zings around the tongue, tripping sweet, then savoury, then umami – all at the same time. Japanese matcha is made from shade-grown tea bushes. Tea masters pick the best leaves from the season’s first harvest, de-vein and take the stems off, then grind the leaf into a...
Not every tea has to be ceremonial-grade Japanese matcha, fit for emperors and mother-in-laws. For a delicious everyday cuppa, try our organic green tea fannings. Fannings are small fragments of green tea leaf – usually particles leftover from the harvesting process. Technically they’re a lower grade tea, but they still have a wonderful, grassy sweet flavour. In fact, fannings often make a stronger, sturdier brew than whole tea leaves (with...
$25.30 ( $25.30 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...
$75.00 ( $75.00 per kg )
Japanese Houjicha tea is prepared in a similar way to Sencha. The leaves are steamed and dried, crumpled and shaped. But Houjicha goes through one more, very interesting, phase: it’s pan-roasted over piping hot charcoal. This removes most of the caffeine and gives the leaves a russet, reddish-brown colour. Houjicha makes a cracking summer iced tea, and the low caffeine means it’s suitable for toddlers and young children. A proper...
$67.00 ( $67.00 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 )
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...
$85.00 ( $85.00 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 ( $33.70 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...
$75.00 ( $75.00 per kg )
Real Mao Feng tea is one of the most famous brews in China. It’s been grown in the misty mountains of Anhui since the Qing dynasty. The flavour profile is fruity and mild: a cool breeze of peaches, apricots and sugar-snap peas, with a few leafy vegetal undertones. This makes Mao Feng a friendly introduction to the complex world of green tea, especially for people who favour a sweeter cup...
$75.00 $47.50 ( $47.50 per kg )
There are a few differences between matcha powder and loose leaf green tea. They’re both derived from camellia sinensis, but matcha bushes are kept shaded to lock in the chlorophyll and amino acids. Hence the luminous green colour. Both teas have grassy undertones, but matcha is way more complex: one part savoury, one part sweet, buttery and rich, with a zing of pure umami. In some ways it’s more like...
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...
$31.90 ( $31.90 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...
$85.00 $68.00 ( $68.00 per kg )