We produce only a limited amount of tea each year and it is usually sold out within weeks. We do not use flavourings or sugar in our teas. They are not irradiated (herbal infusions, herbs and spices imported into Australia are irradiated for both quarantine and non-quarantine reasons).
Our teas are made from our ingredients we grow (unless stated otherwise).
This is our most popular tea. Made from only the leaf of the peppermint, the intoxicating aroma of the peppermint is wonderful. We pick the herb at a particular time of day (when conditions are best). It is washed and dried that day to ensure the end product is of the highest standard.
Peppermint tea can over-steep and lose its smooth taste. For this reason we recommend using a cup with a removable infuser or strainer. This allows you to moderate the strength of the tea and stop it from over-steeping. Each infuser will make two to three cups.
On those hot days simply make a jug of peppermint tea and put it in the fridge. Pour over ice whenever you want a cold drink.
Triple lemon tea
Our triple lemon tea is made from our lemons, lemon verbena and lemongrass. This is not a sweet tea and a dash of honey can be added.
Our turmeric tea is made from turmeric, apples (soaked in turmeric juice), ginger and lemons. This tea can be served piping hot (it is a wonderful warming tea on those cold winter nights), or as a refreshing drink in summer (serve it over ice). For a touch of added sweetness, add a little honey (if you prefer a sweeter tea).
Leave the infuser in whilst drinking this tea. It will not over steep. The tea matures to a beautiful golden-orange colour and, aside from being a wonderful drink, it looks incredibly attractive on the dinner table when guests come.
Our wild rosellas create a vibrant, bright red tea containing phenolic compounds that act as antioxidants. This is a wonderful tea served hot or on ice.