DOOR SALES/ SHOWROOM
OPEN EASTER SATURDAY
10AM - 3PM
DOOR SALES/ SHOWROOM
OPEN EASTER SATURDAY
10AM - 3PM
Visit us at the REED GIFT FAIR DARLING HARBOUR from Saturday 23rd February until Wednesday 27th February 2014
We have new retail PREMIUM packaging for our teas - professionally designed, very new and never seen before.
FINALLY !! NEW CLEAR GLASS TEAPOTS AND WARMERS ARRIVING FROM CHINA
You will be impressed so please visit us on STAND 4700
CORNER STAND 4700 IN HALL 3 NEAR THE ENTRANCE FACING OUT TO THE GLASS WINDOWS.
LOOK FOWARD TO MEETING YOU THERE
LESLEY & CLAYTON
WE ARE CLOSED FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS FROM FRIDAY 21ST DECEMBER
& RE-OPEN MONDAY 7th JANUARY 2013 LAST DAY FOR DESPATCH IS FRIDAY 21st DECEMBER
**ORDER EARLY** TO AVOID DELAYS
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL FROM ALL OF US
CHRISTMAS COFFEE BLEND
World’s best Jamaican Blue Mountain & trendsetting Panama Geisha, arguably the best coffee ever produced, skillfully blended & roasted to perfection with the best from Kichwa Estate, Kenya, West Java’s Sunda Hejo, Brazil’s Sao Marcos & Carmona from Guatamala.
Sense the chocolate, caramel, jasmine, honey, nuts, peach, sweet citrus & spices.
Rare & Exclusive only available from our showroom or by phone order –
$ 20.00 per 250 grams
A profession that sharpens the senses.
A responsible job and fine art at the same time which requires not only talent, passion, taste and sensitivity but also negotiating skills, patience and a lot of experience.
One must be a true tea lover to work successfully as a Tea Taster.
It takes a long time tasting teas to become sensitized to the extent that one can judge a sample accurately.
So, it is no surprise that training time for a Tea Taster is about 7 years.
The object of the Tea Taster is to select from the available supply,
(thousands of teas produced each week, quality & price changing weekly with seasonal changes)
to maintain a blend of consistent quality and price.
Extract from German Tea Council information website.
Fine Food Fair
10th - 13th September - Melbourne Exhibition Centre
"Flavours of NSW" Stand K2f
Reed Gift Fair
15th - 18th September - Sydney Darling Harbour
Come and see our NEW Organic Pyramid Teabags
NATURAL & NATURE IDENTICAL FLAVOURS – nothing artificial – no chemicals
All our teas imported from our supplier “Wollenhaupt” in Germany that we represent as the Australian agent are as listed below.
Only natural flavours, flavour extract and nature-identical flavours are used to refine superior quality teas. To extract the natural flavours, natural raw indredients are physically, enzymatically or microbiologically processed. Ie: squeezed, distilled, heated, ground, fermented or chopped. Nature-identical flavours have the same chemical composition as natural flavours, except that they are synthetically produced indistinguishable reproductions of their natural counterparts. Many teas are made without additional flavours. In those teas, the desired aroma and taste is achieved soley by the ingredients such as fruit, herbs, spices or blossoms.
The success story of flavoured teas in Europe began about 100 years ago with the Earl Grey tea, a black tea enhanced with the oil extracted from the bergamot orange. This classic is still very popular among tea drinkers and is a must in any credible, well selected tea assortment.
Did you know we automatically allow a 20% DISCOUNT when you purchase 2 x 1kg lots of any leaf tea.
Freight is charged at generally less that the quoted amount so always ASK FOR A FREIGHT QUOTE
CLICK ON DETAILS TO SEE THE KILO PRICES - A HUGE SAVING
Thank you to all the people who voted for us in the recent Local Hills Awards.
We were truly honoured to receive the award for "Most Outstanding Specialised Business" last month in The Sydney Hills District.
The comments you gave us when asked to complete the nomination forms were a real high to all our team and we could not believe how eager you all were.
We hope we can serve you for a long time to come with what we call the best tea and coffee available.
Our showroom is obviously a real hit with you all and the place to shop in the hills if you want the best selection of associated products as well.
Panama “Don Pachi” Geisha
Rarest coffee available
If you’re an obsessively enthusiastic coffee geek, you’ve heard of it!
Don Pachi Geisha holds the record for the most expensive coffee sold at auction and a consistent winner at cupping competitions.
The coffee is recognised by its elongated bean originally from Ethiopia.
Unbelievable character! As a black coffee it has an extraordinarily delicate acidity featuring citrus fruit and honey flavours, and a Jasmine aroma that tantalizes the nasal passages. Add only a touch of milk and a basket of fruits send the senses into passionate overtime.
This is in every sense a cup of “excessive” excellence for any appreciative coffee drinker.
Excellent cupping coffees are rare to the shores of Australia so get in quick for this one.
Just about anywhere in the world is out of stock but we have one 60 kilo bag for roasting and it will go fast if we don’t drink it ourselves first.
Available until sold out $24.95 per 100g, or $49.95 per 250g