Welcome to our directory for all of the different brands of tea we’ve featured on Tea Perspective. This page is always-expanding, as we aim to include all of the best tea brands from all around the world.
Please note: This is a work in progress and we’re adding new brands daily. If you know a brand of tea that you’d like to see included here, please get in touch with us.
Our primary listings include companies that sell tea, and most of them have a website where you can order from. You can click any of the logos on this page to get a more in-depth look into that particular brand including a link to their homepage, some unique and interesting information about the brand, and information on where you can order their teas from to try for yourself.
Without further adieu, here’s the list of all the brands which we’ve featured to date…
ART OF TEA – MATERIAL MATCHA UJI – TAZO TEA – TEAKRUTHI
Art of Tea
Art of Tea has been mixing up exciting tea blends for years, with an origin story that dates back roughly twenty years that ultimately ended up with a brand of tea that doesn’t just sell tea and accessories, but actively travels the world to discover new ingredients and to forge strong relationships right at the source, and also offers a variety of training programs for individuals or companies who want to take their tea knowledge to the next level.
The Art of Tea company also offers private labeling, you so may have drank one of their award-winning blends sold by another company without even realizing it!
Material Matcha Uji
MMU is obsessive about one thing, and one thing only – and you can guess what that is by their name. They are all about sourcing the absolute highest quality matcha that they can get their powdery green hands on. This tea company got their start when two buddies, named Etienne and Morgan, left France to live in Japan to experience cuisine, culture, and some of the world’s finest teas – and then decided to dedicate themselves to sharing that tea with their countrymen back home, and people all around the world.
Their teas are rare, and something special to get a hold of, with very limited amounts being made available each year. They have forged special friendships with master tea makers of a bygone era, so that ancient traditions and rituals can live on for future generations to appreciate.
This isn’t the type of matcha you walk in and buy at the mall, and we invite you to follow the button below to learn more about this brand and what makes them unique.
Tazo Tea was founded in Portland, Oregon in 1994 and their current HQ is in Kent, Washington. In early 1999, it was announced that Tazo was being acquired by Starbucks.
In 2012, Starbucks opened a Tazo branded retail store, but it was rebranded under the Teavana brand shortly after, which remains Starbucks’ flagship brand when it comes to retail teas.
None the less, Tazo continues to produce a variety of excellent teas.
Teakruthi is a very exciting brand of tea who have headquarters in both Canada and Sri Lanka.
They offer up a variety of pure Ceylon Teas, and have been collecting some very favorable reviews.
They’re also very generous, often having extremely generous promotions, including giving away free tea with free shipping. They simply want to get their tea in as many people’s cups as possible, because once you’ve tried it – they know you’ll want to order more.
Plum Deluxe is a website, newsletter (The Blend), and a brand of tea that has been actively working to spread positivity, gratefulness, and delicious tea since 2007 when Plum Deluxe started as a magazine. Many people wonder where the name comes from, especially since they typically don’t have any teas with plums in them, but it’s based on old English definition of plum, not a fruit, but rather something that’s unexpected and lucky.
With a small and dedicated team, Plum Deluxe blends together some incredible teas using an assortment of tasty and unique ingredients. More than just tea itself, they’re really a company that’s all about a lifestyle. We’ve covered Plum Deluxe, along with some of their amazing teas, in more depth…