We stock around 300 specialty teas in our Auckland bookshop. Click on our Tea List pdf file and browse through it for the full tea selection.
You can purchase a selection of our teas using PayPal by clicking here.
You can purchase a small selection of our teas on Trade Me Tea (except during our post-Christmas shutdown) and we can set up a Trade Me listing for you if you prefer this purchasing method.
Please contact us directly if you want to order from our full range of teas; or if you would just like to try one sample size of a tea (usually $2 per sample plus postage); or if you want to enquire about our Tea Accessories, a Bulk Buy or Wholesale or Overseas order. We will let you know if we can help!
Tea Suppliers and Tea Brands
Chapter has a large number of quality tea suppliers including:
China White (organic white tea); Coffee and Tea Lovers (loose leaf tea); Harney & Sons (silken sachet tea); Jing Tea (luxury tea); Lezzo (Turkish apple tea); Metropolitan Tea (loose leaf tea); NZ Live (loose leaf tea with New Zealand ingredients); Oku New Zealand Native Herbal Products (kawakawa tea & cough and chest elixir); Pickwick (tea bags); Pukka (organic tea bags); T Leaf T (loose leaf tea); Tea Forte (luxury tea); Tea Total (loose leaf tea); Ti Ora (tea pyramids); and Zealong (pure organic New Zealand loose leaf tea).
Our main tea supplier, the Metropolitan Tea Company, is based in North America. The Metropolitan Tea Company belongs to the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) whose mission statement is “working for a responsible tea industry”. The ETP works with tea producers and companies at each end of the tea supply chain – to create a thriving tea industry that is socially just and environmentally sustainable.
We also stock a wide range of tea accessories, including: tea caddies; tea infusers and tea strainers; tea cups, tea glasses and tea mugs; teapots (glass, ceramic, metal); and bamboo matcha whisks.
Regular tea drinking brings a plethora of health benefits from its unique combination of vitamins, minerals and compounds. Drinking tea hydrates you and helps your body flush toxins. The caffeine in tea acts as a mild stimulant and aids your digestion. Be careful if you are taking medication as tea can react badly with some drugs. Also, be cautious if you have an irregular heartbeat or stomach ulcers; some types of tea may not be suitable. Visit the Tea Advisory Panel (TAP) for more information about tea and health.
Most Popular Teas
NZ LIVE Tea$17.00 – $81.60
Lapsang Souchong$2.00 – $51.75
China Lung Ching$2.00 – $81.00
Earl Grey Cream$2.00 – $51.75
Ti Ora | A Taste of Wellbeing$7.50
Decaffeinated Earl Grey | Decaf$2.00 – $67.50
Russian Caravan$2.00 – $49.50
China Jasmine$2.00 – $49.50
Mango Paradise$2.00 – $11.50
Lezzo Turkish Apple Tea | Instant Drink$2.00 – $20.00
Earl Grey Blue Star$2.00 – $51.75
Pukka Tea | Organic$10.00