From Yunnan to Melbourne
We make pu-erh and other Chinese teas for drinking, collecting, and long-term ageing.
Our most popular tea and teaware
- 2014 'I Can't Believe It's Not Honey' Aged Chinese White Teafrom $6.62 USD
- 2020 'KUURA-Cola' Ripe Pu-erh Teafrom $20.36 USD
- 2020 'Kuuramine' Raw Pu-erh Tea Ballfrom $1.02 USD
- Tea Knife$16.97 USD
- 2020 'Electroflowercandy' White Tea Ballfrom $1.02 USD
- Corpo Diner Mug$16.97 USD
- 2022 'Mini Black' Black Tea Coinsfrom $1.36 USD
- 2020 'Polycrystal' White Teafrom $8.49 USD
New product release!
Just in time for summer, after a long time spent tweaking and testing, we finally have some much-requested hoodies for you.
We went all out on these; they are very premium hoodies manufactured right here in Melbourne. They are a unisex box (oversized) fit, made from a luxurious feeling poly/cotton blend. Low piling fabric, excellent construction, and warm without being sweaty. Cuffed sleeves and double layer hood.
Silk-screen printed artwork on the backside, a three-way collaboration between ERODUCTIONS, Sprinks, and Jon Marshall.
Black KUURACORP logo embroidery on front left chest.
Our faceless model wears a size M, and is 178cm tall.
To avoid any waste, these are currently for pre-order so we can order the correct sizing split. They will be manufactured in Melbourne right away and we expect to ship them by the end of November.
Not sure where to start? Choose a variety pack or tea set.
2023 Spring Pu-erh Tea Collection
- 2023 'Labyrinth' Raw Pu-erh Teafrom $5.43 USD
- 2023 'Parataxis' Raw Pu-erh Teafrom $7.47 USD
- 2023 'Macroscope' Raw Pu-erh Teafrom $18.67 USD
- 2023 'Unison' Raw Pu-erh Teafrom $22.74 USD
- 2007 Jingmai Raw Pu-erh Teafrom $14.09 USD
- 2023 'Dethflow' Raw Pu-erh Teafrom $41.41 USD
- Dehua Porcelain Teacup$23.76 USD
- Minna Graham Teacups - Ice
Learn about Chinese tea
How Pu-erh Tea is Made - Part 2Turning fresh leaves from a tea tree into a drinkable pu-erh cake involves many labour-intensive steps that need to be executed skilfully and under...
How Pu-erh Tea is Made - Part 1Turning fresh leaves from a tea tree into a drinkable pu-erh cake involves many labour-intensive processing steps that need to be executed skilfully and under time pressure. This article outlines the steps involved in 'rough processing'—turning the tea into maocha.