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Mudandgee Tea Group

What We Do?

Mudandgee Tea Group is a community of tea lovers of Australia. Our primary purpose is the development of tea culture in Australia by sharing valuable information about tea, its history, data, health benefits, harvesting and all. We have more than 1000 members in the community, and everyone shares thoughts, stories, and experiences with one another. In our community, we also help other people who are interested to know about tea in Australia. If you are looking for the best brands of white tea, black tea or herbal tea in the market, we can help you to suggest some good brands & learn about emerging ones as well. Let us be your guide into the wonderful and delicious world of tea. With our help and guidance you can learn about brews from across the country and other areas of the world.

We also share information about any tea-related seminars or festivals, so everyone can get a chance to visit such a fantastic place. We have volunteers in our community who live in various parts of the country and are on top posts in leading companies; thus making their views more credible. Paul'O Brien is one of our esteemed member, who is the Operations head of leading company for end of lease cleaning Sydney. They have all helped in vital gathering information about tea and its health benefits.So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us now!

We have an active community of tea lovers who participate daily, weekly and monthly in gathering and sharing information related to tea. You will get an opportunity to receive rewards if you earn more points. Redeem points for tea gift cards, tea products, and other tea accessories. You can call us and gather more information about our community.

Enjoy the variety

Best Tea Types in Australia

Black Tea

The leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant are used to make black tea, which has the strongest flavour. It is a very popular beverage worldwide, particularly in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia.

Green Tea

Green tea has a mellow, grassy flavour that is both pleasant and versatile. Green tea is the most popular in the East, particularly in Japan, whereas black tea is the most popular in the West.

White Tea

The mildest of all the real tea is white tea. As a result, it is a good alternative for caffeine-sensitive individuals, as it contains just around a fifth of the caffeine present in coffee.

Oolong Tea

Another basic tea type is oolong, which is brewed from the leaves of the camellia sinensis plant. Depending on the degree of leaf oxidation, it may taste like green or black tea.

Pu-erh Tea

Pu-erh is one of the five true and basic teas. It's a fermented beverage, similar to red wine or kombucha that contains a lot of living bacteria. It is considered a very healthy drink.

Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea is a popular tea type that is flavoured with the fragrance of jasmine blossoms. It is generally made using green, black or white tea. It has a lot of demand in Australia.

Trust Factor

Why we are Reliable

Mudandgee Tea Group has been a reliable name among tea lovers in Australia for the last many years. We take our passion very seriously and thus make efforts for the development of tea culture in Australia. We promote tea drinking and provide vital information about Australia's tea industry, the health benefits of tea, its availability, tea festivals, and other similar things. The community was started by Alex McDermott and Nathan Richardson, who owns a tea shop in New South Wales. They started inviting people from Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, and at the moment, we have members from every corner of the country.

By joining our group, you get access to an article database where world-renowned tea experts share their latest tea concepts. We give you an opportunity to be a part of a social media platform where you can connect and engage with other tea lovers. You can also explore different recipes, benefits of different types of tea, and much more.

Our Vision

Our vision is the overall development of tea culture in Australia, so that the consumption of tea increases and people start avoiding sugary drinks.

Our Vision

Our vision is the overall development of tea culture in Australia, so that the consumption of tea increases and people start avoiding sugary drinks.

Our Mission

Mudandgee Tea Group wants to increase in reach to every corner of the country so that we can provide some useful information about Australia's tea industry and help people to understand about benefits of tea.


I joined this community because I love to have tea at least twice a day. However, I was not sure that whether having tea is bad for heath or good for health. This community has helped me a lot learn about the tea culture in Australia."

David Anderson

If you want to know about Australia's tea industry, health benefits of tea, its types, harvesting, production, history or any tea festivals, then you should stay connected with the Mudandgee Tea Group. They always share relevant information about tea."

Steve Turner

One of my friends recently suggested me to join Mudandgee Tea Group. As a tea lover, I found it interesting, and the community is excellent. I would recommend all tea lovers join the community. It provides accurate, valuable and complete information on tea and its benefits."

Olivia White

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Health Benefits of Tea

It Increases Metabolism

Black, oolong, and green tea polyphenols can assist in reducing body fat and promoting brown fat. Because brown fat is more metabolically active and contains more mitochondria than white fat, it enhances metabolism. Those who consumed 2 to 6 cups of green tea daily for more than 3 months had lower body fat and weight than those who did not. Thus, if your digestion is slow boost it with tea.

Boost Your Insulin Sensitivity

Green tea has been shown to help with diabetic problems. Diabetes is a worldwide health problem that can result in major complications, early death, and reduced quality of life. Tea has been demonstrated to improve insulin sensitivity, protect pancreatic cells from further damage, and reduce inflammation, all of which are useful to persons who are diabetic or at risk of developing the disease due to genetic & hereditary history.

Improve Mental Health

Regular tea consumption may help to lower the risk of Alzheimer's disease and other neurological illnesses. While the exact cause of Alzheimer's disease is unknown, and there is no cure, studies demonstrate that drinking green and black tea improves cognitive scores in dementia and Alzheimer's patients. Many other concoctions made with tea are known to reduce stress, headaches, muscle tension and anxiety, making them great for your mental well-being.

Gut Health is Beneficial

Probiotics and fibre aren't the only ways to improve your gut health. Tea polyphenols have been shown in numerous trials to improve gut bacteria. Weight loss reduced glucose absorption, and lower blood sugar levels are all possible health benefits. People suffering from a leaky gut or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) also benefit tremendously by consuming soothing teas suitable for maintaining balance of enzymes and acids in your stomach.

Keep Body Hydrated

You might be surprised by this one. While it was previously thought that tea caused dehydration by functioning as a diuretic and causing your body to lose more fluid, a new study has found that consuming six to eight cups of tea per day is just as hydrating as drinking the same amount of water. Just choose the right tea to keep yourself hydrated and your taste buds tingling.

Improves Oral Health

Do you know sugar in commercial beverages and juices is extremely bad for your teeth? They increase the risk of cavities and affect your tongue. Teas however promote better oral health by reducing the amount of bacteria in your mouth. They are good for your teeth and overall hygiene of your mouth, as they contain fluoride and many other beneficial components. Some studies have even found that regular tea drinkers are at less risk of contracting periodontal diseases and oral cancer. Thus, you must include a cup or two of tea in your daily routine and you can see the difference it makes immediately.

Our Latest Blog

  • 17-05-2024

Which is the healthiest tea in the world? Undoubtedly, green tea comes with a ton of health benefits. From boosting metabolism to improving brain function, it can bring a drastic change into your life. The trend of consuming green tea has been increasing in Australia- all thanks to myriad benefits…

  • 02-05-2024

Do you know Australia imports around 11,000 tonnes of black tea every year? This indicates a strong consumer demand across the nation, especially Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth and other metropolitan cities. The beverage is made from the Camellia Sinensis plant and is blended with other plants to produce different…

  • 17-04-2024

Are you a tea lover? Do you love experimenting  with your usual green or spiced tea? If you want an aromatic and soothing cup of tea, add fresh or dried flowers. Tea made from real flowers can add a great twist to your tea. It not only looks visually appealing…

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