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7 Book and Tea Pairings
7 Book and Tea Pairings

Since books and tea are so often grouped together, especially in the fall and wintertime, here are seven literary...

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Attention Green Tea Lovers! Shincha, Japan’s Most Coveted Tea is HERE
Attention Green Tea Lovers! Shincha, Japan’s Most Coveted Tea is HERE

Get ready, our 2022 batch of Sincha has arrived. Every year tea lovers around the globe eagerly await the release of...

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Can Tea Affect Your State of Mind? (+ the Best Teas to Get You Into Any Mood) 
Can Tea Affect Your State of Mind? (+ the Best Teas to Get You Into Any Mood) 

No matter the mood you’re looking for, there’s a cup of tea to help you get there. Read on to discover the best teas...

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5 Reasons Oolong Could Become Your Go-To Infusion
5 Reasons Oolong Could Become Your Go-To Infusion

It’s genuinely a craftsman’s tea. The unique method of drying and processing gives each oolong a unique flavour and...

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Celebrate International Tea Day With Our Favourite Global Infusions!
Celebrate International Tea Day With Our Favourite Global Infusions!

To honour International Tea Day we've highlighted blends from around the globe. Read to learn about the production...

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  • 14 Coolest Tea Cafes in Ontario
    14 Coolest Tea Cafes in Ontario

    Coffee shops are all the rage right now, but have you visited your local tea cafes? From the bustling streets of Toronto to the picture-perfect lakes of Muskoka, here are the top 14 spots Canadian tea lovers need to visit. 

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  • Celebrate the Forest City Film Festival With 6 Great Tea Moments in Film & TV
    Celebrate the Forest City Film Festival With 6 Great Tea Moments in Film & TV

    The love and popularity of tea has transcended time, geography and culture. It has without a doubt reached the status of an enduring staple. And what better place to see this timeless love of tea reflected back to us than on screen? Whether it’s movies or TV, our cultural preoccupation with tea can be seen across a wide range of popular mediums. And in the spirit of celebrating just some of the instances in which our love of tea meets our love of the arts, it feels appropriate to mention the...

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  • Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life With This Fall Tea Latte Recipe
    Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life With This Fall Tea Latte Recipe

    With the freshness returning to the morning air, and with the leaves starting to change colour, we are entering into that all-too-familiar time of year: pumpkin spice season. That’s right, fall is here and with it comes the craving for those warm, hearty, sweet, spicy flavours that suit the season oh so well. And the best part? The pumpkin spice flavours don’t have to be limited to coffee-based drinks. For those who opt for tea instead of coffee, Masala chai forms the perfect base...

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  • 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 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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  • 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 only way to enjoy Mugicha this summer
    The only way to enjoy Mugicha this summer

    On a hot, humid summer day in Japan, you can find just about everyone drinking cold brew Mugicha tea. An extremely refreshing, cooling beverage, mugicha will immediately quench your thirst, in a way iced water can’t compare to. While it’s said that Mugicha has been drunk by the Japanese people for over a thousand years, it only became popularized in the 60s when refrigerators became more commonplace to store the cold drink in.1 Mugicha is made from roasted barley (called mugicha – mugi...

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  • The Best Ways to Store and Organize Your Tea Collection
    The Best Ways to Store and Organize Your Tea Collection

    Having a properly organized tea collection can not only help you find the tea you're looking for, but can also better display all tea options ready for you to enjoy. Learn some tips for keeping your tea collection organized and taken care of!

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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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  • What Your Favourite Tea Says About You
    What Your Favourite Tea Says About You

    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.

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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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  • Why You Should Swap Soda for Iced Hibiscus Tea
    Why You Should Swap Soda for Iced Hibiscus Tea

    There’s a number of reasons why people turn to soda as a drink of choice. It’s a habit, it’s a sugary treat, it’s more exciting than water, or it’s a good social beverage. Unfortunately, soda comes with a lot of bad baggage too, like a high sugar content, a lot of empty calories, and a stomach ache. If you want a new tasty beverage that’s both good and good for you, try cold brew hibiscus iced tea, otherwise known as Cold Brew Jamaica. About Hibiscus Flowers Hibiscus tea is also known...

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