Steeped in Tradition.

Legend has it, that in 2737 BC the Chinese emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a tree while his servant boiled drinking water. Suddenly, the wind blew some leaves into the water, and the emperor delighted in the resulting drink. Whether true or not, tea has been a rich part of our culture for thousands of years.


From Us to You.

OTeas tea ingredients are sourced from all over the world, and carefully curated into alluring combinations. How do we come up with our next flavour? That might depend on you. Suggest a new blend that speaks to your unique palette -- we'd love to try it. 


Black teas

As rich in flavour as in tradition, black teas account for 90% of all tea sold in the West. The strong, oxidized flavour of black tea stands up to aditions like milk and sugar, or honey and lemon, making these brews endlessly versatile in flavour and perfect for any social gathering.



Fruit teas

Experience summer all year round with Cranberry Delight, or experiment with sophisticated flavour combinations like Mango Mint. With extra Vitamin C and the distinct feeling of summer, drinking fruit is definitely the new eating fruit.



Green teas

Originating in China, green tea has been consumed all over the world for thousands of years. Free from the oxidization process of black and oolong teas, green teas contain higher numbers of polyphenols -- a chemical used in traditional medicine to support skin and tissue health. 




It's (literally) our cup of tea.


Herbal teas

If you like a little spice, are feeling under the weather or if you want a little help settling in after your evening meal -- herbal teas offer a variety of delicious, healthy benefits. Try a traditional chamomile, or experiment with modern combinations like lemongrass cinnamon.



Organic teas

OTeas organic teas are made with 100% naturally organic ingredients. Discover the difference in your favourite brews, and treat your body, and the earth, with the respect they deserve.



Rooibos teas

Did you know that rooibos teas have 50x more antioxidants than green teas? The health benefits from this historically-cultivated African plant are truly astounding. From strengthening bones to warding off some cancers, boosting your wellness never tasted so delicious. 



Grab a cup with us.