Tea Talk

  • Meet The Farmer Who Made Nerada What It Is Today

    Meet The Farmer Who Made Nerada What It Is Today

    Like any Australian agriculture company, the story of Nerada Tea has tales of trials and tribulations, and good old-fashioned hard yakka. 
  • True Brew- The History Of Tea In Australia

    True Brew- The History Of Tea In Australia

    Australians’ love of tea is well known, but its place in this country’s history reaches far beyond white settlement, though in a rather different form. The indigenous peoples of Australia are thought to have brewed their own infusions from plants such as tea tree, paperbark and sweet sarsaparilla.
  • History Of The Teapot

    History Of The Teapot

    People around the world have been drinking tea for centuries, yet the teapot came into existence only around 500 years ago. So, how did people drink tea before the teapot? And how did the teapot come to be?
  • Tea Glossary - Types Of Tea

    Tea Glossary - Types Of Tea

    The world of tea is boundless, with thousands of different types of teas and herbal infusions consumed daily across the world. Here’s a guide to our favourite brews.
  • Top 3 Places For High Tea In Adelaide

    Top 3 Places For High Tea In Adelaide

    Whether you call it ‘high tea’, Devonshire tea, or simply ‘afternoon tea’, nothing beats tea served with freshly baked scones and lashings of thick cream and jam. Here’s our pick of some of the best Adelaide based city spots for teatime treats.
  • Top 3 Places For High Tea In Perth

    Top 3 Places For High Tea In Perth

    Whether you call it ‘high tea’, Devonshire tea, or simply ‘afternoon tea’, nothing beats tea served with freshly baked scones and lashings of thick cream and jam. Here’s our pick of some of the best Perth based city spots for teatime treats.
  • Top 3 Places For High Tea In Brisbane

    Top 3 Places For High Tea In Brisbane

    Whether you call it ‘high tea’, Devonshire tea, or simply ‘afternoon tea’, nothing beats tea served with freshly baked scones and lashings of thick cream and jam. Here’s our pick of some of the best Brisbane based city spots for teatime treats
  • Top 3 Place For High Tea In Melbourne

    Top 3 Place For High Tea In Melbourne

    Whether you call it ‘high tea’, Devonshire tea, or simply ‘afternoon tea’, nothing beats tea served with freshly baked scones and lashings of thick cream and jam. Here’s our pick of some of the best Melbourne city spots for teatime treats.
  • Top 3 Places For High Tea In Sydney

    Top 3 Places For High Tea In Sydney

    Looking to enjoy an afternoon of tea served with freshly baked scones and lashings of thick cream and jam. Here’s our pick of 3 of Sydney best city spots for teatime treats. 
  • 6 Things To Do With Used Teabags

    6 Things To Do With Used Teabags

    Before you throw those used teabags in the bin, read on to discover how you can reduce waste and re-purpose them around your home and garden. Here are our top 6 tips for making the most of used teabags.
  • Pairing Tea & Cheese

    Pairing Tea & Cheese

    Tea and cheese – an unlikely combination but yes it’s a thing, and we have brought in the Aussie experts to explain how you can unpack this hot new food and drink trend at home. 
  • Green Tea Cake

    Green Tea Cake

    Our tea loaf recipes are always a hit, but have you tried baking with green tea? Most recipes call for Matcha powder, but this recipe just requires you to grind our organic green tea leaves to make your own powder with ease.
  • Hibiscus & Cranberry Spritz

    Hibiscus & Cranberry Spritz

    This crimson twist on the Spritz subs out Aperol for the refreshing flavour of cranberry and hibiscus for a vibrant summer cocktail you can make in just three ingredients.
  • Honey-glazed Chicken

    Honey-glazed Chicken

    This tasty recipe is a hit with adults and children alike. You can cook it in the oven or barbecue the chicken if the weather is nice.
  • Honey Kombucha

    Honey Kombucha

    Most kombucha recipes call for sugar, and many people have the idea that honey is not suitable for fermenting kombucha. However, honey does indeed work. If you are trying to reduce refined foods in your diet, and focusing on whole foods, try this recipe! 
  • Hot Cross Buns

    Hot Cross Buns

    It’s hard to beat a home-made hot cross bun, just out of the oven, slathered with butter and served with a steaming up of Nerada black tea. A great Easter tradition and the perfect breakfast or snack for the long weekend. Enjoy our recipe, it’s a great one for the whole family to help out with.
  • Iced Chai

    Iced Chai

    Spice up your mornings with this delicious Iced Chai recipe. It is best served with  freshly-toasted raisin toast with a lather of butter.
  • Iced Green Tea

    Iced Green Tea

    Kickstart your New Year’s resolutions or enjoy at anytime of the year with this iced tea recipe that combines the floral, grassy notes of green tea with a refreshing twist of lemon and mint.