The company became well known for its product Viceroy Tea. Several other teas were blended and packed on the premises, including Mandarin, Pansy, Bulldog and Gold Medal. Viceroy Tea’s company motto was “British Right Through” as only teas grown in Ceylon and British India were used.
The machinery used in the early 1900s for tea blending, flour mixing, coffee roasting and grinding were of the latest design. As well as beverages, the company packed general grocery lines under the brand name Arab.
The warehouse was bought by the Post Master General in 1951 for use as a Mail Exchange and any alterations were largely cosmetic. However, in 1983 most of the Wyatt Street extension was demolished to make way for new office accommodation, leaving only the front bay of the original building on Grenfell Street. It is currently being used as government offices.