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  • How to Make Chai-Spiced Pumpkin Bars
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    Fall is here and as we wave goodbye to sticky humid afternoons and tan lines, we welcome the crisp air that promises cozy sweaters, movie nights, and the anticipation of the holiday season. Bring comfort to cold weather with these chai-spiced pumpkin bars. These bars require no baking, plus they’re vegan and gluten-free. If you’ve grown tired of the traditional pumpkin spice, give this inspired recipe a go! What you need First things first, gather your ingredients and carve out a...

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  • Here’s Why Yerba Mate is the Perfect Back-to-School Drink
    Here’s Why Yerba Mate is the Perfect Back-to-School Drink
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    Do you know that fall feeling? The leaves have been slowly falling from the trees and piling up in a gentle reminder that fall is right around the corner and it’s time to whip out your school supplies and sweaters. Although we love a sweet iced tea on the patio, there’s nothing like celebrating the harvest season with a hot cup of tea. If you’re heading back to school you might be preparing to trade in your morning tea for an uber-caffeinated latte to make it through that 8:00...

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  • The Pocket Guide to Tea Tasting Terms
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    Have you ever watched someone take a sip of tea and suddenly utter a confounding phrase such as, “that’s a little too astringent for my liking, I prefer a smooth full-bodied finish” and wondered what that gibberish really meant? That someone can be you! Next time you sit down with good friends and great tea, you can impress and confuse people with your skillful tasting terminology. Use the glossary below to reference next time you want to characterize the taste, smell, and strength...

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  • FAQ: Worldwide Tea Consumption
    FAQ: Worldwide Tea Consumption

    Sure, you may know your tea, but do you know your tea worldwide? The way tea is consumed around the world is a lot like the traditions surrounding food. Tea illuminates pieces of culture, social customs, and geography in unique places. The way tea is enjoyed in Canada is vastly different from the way tea is enjoyed in Japan. Learn more about the consumption of tea worldwide with these probing Q’s and illuminating A’s. Your FAQ’S Answered Q: What’s more popular worldwide, tea...

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  • 10 Surprising Facts About Tea

    Do you consider yourself a tea expert? It’s possible you still have a thing (or ten) to learn about the world’s favourite beverage. These ten tea facts even had us expanding our tea knowledge! Find out more historical facts, tips, and trivia-ready snippets you probably didn’t know. 10 Facts About Tea 98% of people take milk with their tea.Tea first arrived in Canada in 1716. It was imported by the Hudson Bay Company and took over a year to arrive.There is an official term for...

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  • Make These Vegan Orange Pekoe Tea Scones!
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    A woman named Gloria Clay created this recipe after sitting down with her breakfast and looking at the ingredients with refreshing creativity. She was gazing down at a spread of Orange Pekoe tea, a slice of orange, and homemade vegan biscuits. It dawned on her that these flavours didn’t only mix well on the dining table, but could be combined in the kitchen. Gloria sent her recipe into The Daily Tea blog, where we stumbled upon it. At The Tea Haus, we carry a...

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  • How to Make Traditional Frisian Tea

    Everyone does tea a little bit differently. From its beginnings in China, tea has become a globally loved beverage that is the most highly consumed type of drink in the world—apart from water. It turns out Frisians drink the most tea—even more than the British. Learn more about the unique tradition around Frisian Tea and why it’s so delicious. And of course, learn how to make your own at home! Who Are Frisians? The Frisians are a Germanic ethnic group indigenous to the coastal parts of...

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  • FAQ: The Origins of Tea
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    A drink that predates written record, boasts impressive variety, and claims numerous health benefits, is sure to leave us with questions. First thing’s first—where did this popular beverage come from? How did it get here? Dive into the questions, the myths, and the answers. In our new monthly series, we’ll be addressing the most commonly asked questions about tea. Read more to expand your breadth of tea knowledge, starting with the origins of tea. You Ask, We Answer...

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  • Refreshingly Delicious Tea Cocktails
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    Finally, it’s starting to feel like summer. After various ice storms, freezing temperatures, and bouts of rain, we are welcoming warmer temperatures and even a forecast that includes sun! We don’t know about you but we believe this calls for celebration. In honour of warmer weather, we went searching for a few promising tea-based cocktails that are the quintessential addition to any tea lover’s patio, BBQ, or average summer afternoon. Check out the recipes below to start mixing your own....

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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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  • Make Your Own Masala Chai

    What is Masala Chai? Masala Chai is a beverage made by steeping black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs. This tea is also referred to as “spiced milk tea”. Masala Chai has gained recognition around the world and become increasingly popular in the western world. Tea sellers have begun selling modified versions by mixing the spices with loose leaf tea for an easy at-home cup. Interesting factoid: chai means tea. That is why we don’t refer to it...

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  • The Holiday Season is Here: Gift a Tea Sampler

    As the weather begins to cool down, the mornings get darker, and we start to hibernate on the weekends, it feels like the perfect opportunity to bundle up with a blanket, book, and a cup of hot tea. If you’re a self-proclaimed tea lover, chances are you want to share the gift of tea with your loved ones. With so many flavours and varieties you can’t go wrong, but the better question is: how to choose? If you’re stumped on what tea to box up and pass along to a coworker, family member,...

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