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  • The 5 Best Teas for the Back to School Season
    The 5 Best Teas for the Back to School Season

    Do you feel that? There’s a crisp bite to the air and the smell of pumpkin spice wafting over school campuses across the country. We can hear the faint sound of students groaning as they wake up for their morning lectures and the rustle of heavy sweaters being unpacked from the back of closets everywhere. The most marvellous time of the year is here for tea lovers as we prepare to hibernate with a hot cup and brace ourselves for another Canadian winter! Fall can make us feel cozy and...

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  • 14 Coolest Tea Cafes in Ontario
  • 6 Super Fancy Teas for Wine Lovers
    6 Super Fancy Teas for Wine Lovers

    It’s surprising how our palettes transform over the years to appreciate the intricacies of wine and tea. One day you’re sipping a pinot noir and suddenly aware that it has just the right fruity undertones to pair well with a seared salmon entree or a tannic taste that compliments a dark and savoury duck dish. A glass of wine suddenly opens the door to a realm of exciting culinary possibilities and you find yourself swishing around a sip of earthy merlot or giddy over the refreshing sweetness...

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  • The Best Ways to Store and Organize Your Tea Collection
    The Best Ways to Store and Organize Your Tea Collection
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    How often do you open up your designated tea cupboard or drawer to a complete mess? We sure do! Between our growing collection of different varieties and teaware, it’s hard to keep organized. In the short term, having a properly organized tea collection can not only help us find what we’re looking for faster but can better display all of the options we have on hand to enjoy. And in the long term, proper tea storage can ensure we are taking the best possible care of our teas, as the dried...

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  • What Your Favourite Tea Says About You
    What Your Favourite Tea Says About You
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    Are you bold or sweet? Relaxed or upbeat? If you believe that you are what you eat (and drink) then you’ll want to read on to find out what your favourite type of tea says about your personality. Earl Grey Tea: Classy If you’re a fan of earl grey, simplicity and sophistication are the pillars of your personality! Always prim and proper, you know that true class comes from embracing the classics rather than a long complicated drink order. Like your tea of choice, you have a...

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  • Hojicha Milk Tea Latte Recipe
    Hojicha Milk Tea Latte Recipe

    While a less well-known variation of green tea, Hojicha is often a favourite of those who have tasted it. Hojicha is a roasted Japanese green tea (“Hoji” means to roast, and “Cha” means tea) that’s actually not green at all due to the roasting process. While most Japanese teas are steamed, Hojicha has a reddish-brown colour which gives it a toasty profile and nutty flavour with hints of caramel throughout. With a softer, sweeter taste and lower caffeine levels than traditional green tea,...

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  • 7 Floral Teas To Celebrate Summer
    7 Floral Teas To Celebrate Summer

    Ahh, summer . . . There are few things better than breathing in fresh sweet scents of flowers as we walk outside. But why stop at smelling the flora when there are so many flavoursome and refreshing floral tea options available to drink? From French Lavender to Japanese Cherry Rose, we’ve identified seven of the most delicious floral teas to try in celebration of the warmer weather. 1. Hibiscus Flower Bright, bold, fruity and tart, a hibiscus tea iced tea is an excellent option...

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  • What is High Tea?
    What is High Tea?
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    It turns out there’s a big misconception about High Tea. When people hear High Tea, they imagine a spread of finger foods, dainty buttery scones, and a collection of tinkling china teacups and kettles. The fancy tradition we have come to imagine as High Tea is in fact, Low Tea. High Tea was a meal that the working class would eat after a long day and consisted of primarily meat dishes, potatoes, baked beans, and other heavy dishes. Learn more about the difference between Afternoon...

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  • How to Make the Ultimate Matcha Tea Latte at Home
    How to Make the Ultimate Matcha Tea Latte at Home
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    Spring is upon us and what better way to welcome the budding trees than with a little green? We’re talking about the iconic matcha green tea latte! Don’t get us wrong, matcha is a powerful stand-alone beverage and can be enjoyed solo. However, adding a little frothy milk and sweetness can add the perfect balance to its naturally bitter bite. We love a simple recipe like this one that produces delicious results. Reasons to Love a Matcha Tea Latte Creamy and smoothBright greenNaturally...

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  • How to Make Bubble Tea at Home
    How to Make Bubble Tea at Home

    One of the most amazing things about tea is the sheer amount of possible flavours and styles. No matter where you travel, different countries and cultures will have their own customs surrounding tea preparation. When it comes to unique styles, few have become a worldwide sensation quite like Bubble Tea. What is Bubble Tea and Where Did it Come From? Bubble Tea (also known as Boba) is typically a sweet, refreshing, black tea-based drink with a milky consistency. It’s most easily...

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  • Make this DIY Green Tea Skin Scrub
    Make this DIY Green Tea Skin Scrub

    Did you know that applying green tea topically can be a skin saviour? It’s easy to add this antioxidant-infused tea to your skin routine at home. Green tea is packed with vitamins, antioxidants, caffeine, and plant-based compounds that protect, repair and cleanse the surface of the skin. Read more to discover the benefits of green tea for the skin and how you can make your own at-home scrub! 5 Benefits of Green Tea for Skin 1. It can repair and protect. Green tea is capable of...

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  • This is What Drinking Matcha Tea Does to Your Body
    This is What Drinking Matcha Tea Does to Your Body
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    There’s a lot of information floating around when it comes to the best diet, fix, or guide to better health. It’s hard to sift through all of the information and determine what’s fact and what’s fiction. Luckily, there seems to be a consensus around the health benefits of Matcha tea. Matcha tea has an impressive list of benefits that have been recognized and praised for centuries. This is what happens to your body when you drink Matcha tea. 1. Matcha protects your cells. Matcha tea is...

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