Tea. The way it should really be.

Importer and purveyor of fine tea since 1946

A global selection

Our nearly 100 hand-selected teas from across the globe meet superior standards for freshness, flavor and quality.

Superior tea

From traditional oolong, black, white, rooibos, herbal and green to specialty flavored and blooming, we offer only the finest teas.

Sustainability

It's important to us. We work directly with tea farmers around the globe; most of our teas are Fair Trade and Organic.

Great service

Our goal is to provide extraordinary products backed by top-notch customer service, education and true passion for tea.

About Us

We want our teas to have more than just great flavor. Great tea should also have superb health properties and be high in quality.

We also treasure our community and our environment. Therefore, we put forth our best efforts to practise sustainable and green activities for the sake of our community and natural environment.

We all just want to be…happy. We all want to be healthy. We all want a feeling of belonging and interaction. Tea culture makes it all possible. We want to make a difference through sharing our love for tea and tea culture.

Latest news

What is Irish breakfast?

Irish Breakfast is not English Breakfast that's been dyed green and sold by a leprechaun. English Breakfast is a blend of black teas that's meant to brew up strong and black. Irish Breakfast is the same thing, but perhaps even more strong and rich.

Raise the roof for rooibos tea!

Rooibos, also known as red tea, sometimes seems like the red-headed stepchild of the tea world. Black, green, herbal and even white tea seem to get a lot of attention, so let's take a moment to appreciate red tea, with some fun facts.

English breakfast served all day long

English Breakfast is a blend of tea from several spots around the world, including Assam, India; Ceylon, and Kenya. But here's the main point: it's black tea that brews up strong and dark, sometimes people refer to it as "full-bodied" or "robust", and it works well with milk and sugar.

Plant it, pick it, steep it

When the life gives you mint and lavender ... brew a tea. As tea lovers, you guys know that herbal tea isn't technically "tea", right? Tea leaves are actually all from the same plant, which is called Camellia sinensis, and grows in very specific climates.

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The tea from the Tea Company is truly unique. This has to be tea at it`s finest.
Mark Johnson
Minneapolis
Your Rooibos really is the best I have ever tasted! This is one of my favourite teas.
Laura Stegner
South Hadley
Absolutely love the Oolong and the Earl Grey is the best we have had from anywhere.
John McCoist
New York