Tiny Tea Shop began as a humble online store in 2016 called Tuwawi Tea (meaning Quick Tea in Inuit) an original creation by Patsie Smith which sprouted during a walking trek in Alaska.
Tuwawi Tea was a signature brand with bespoke tea blends that was taken to markets and festivals, on the road and in the countryside.
It soon evolved into Tiny Tea Shop housed in a character filled heritage stone cottage in a beautiful town called Nannup in SW Western Australia. Tiny Tea Shop became the home and base for a new range of loose leaf teas and her doors opened in July 2018. Beginning with a range of about 12 teas, she started by serving beautiful teas and homemade sweets to locals and passing visitors. Also selling the teas by weight for home brewing.
Since the covid pandemic changes and restrictions, she has continued to grow, pivot and evolve into a well known trusted Tea Merchant, both to locals, regional and interstate tealovers. Her range of teas have grown now to include about 80 varieties, and still growing.
- Aug 18 2019 -
- March 2020 -
As recommended by Basil Zempilas
on 6PR FM
As recommended by Breakfast with Angie from Triple M Southwest
As featured in the Sunday Times - 2nd Aug 2020
Stockists of Tiny Tea Shop Teas:
Holberry House Bed & Breakfast, Nannup, WA.
F A T S Cafe, Bridgetown, WA.
Wild at Heart Cafe, Pemberton, WA.
Pickle & O Cafe, Nannup, WA.
Keladry Nursery Bed & Breakfast, Nannup, WA.
Newman Visitors Centre, WA.
Tiny Tea Shop is a unique Loose leaf specialist Tea Merchant that stocks and retails about 80 different types of loose leaf teas and blends.
All teas are premium grade, pesticide free, and includes a large range that are Australian Certified Organic.
DISCLAIMER: All Information on the uses and properties of teas and herbs provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. For serious health concerns, always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.
All Teas listed as Certified Organic in the Store are certified by Australian governing standards. Those not listed are pesticide free but from smaller to medium sized farmers who have not been able to afford the costs and procedures of full organic certification.