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  • How to Properly Steep Tea
    How to Properly Steep Tea

    Are you steeping your tea properly? Preparing your tea for tasting is just as important as picking the right one. We are all guilty of leaving our tea to steep, getting distracted, and returning to a room temperature brew with a bitter taste and a feeling of disappointment. Pay attention to your tea and avoid this common steeping misdemeanor. Turns out this isn’t the only steeping mishap. People everywhere are mis-measuring, mis-timing, and mis-using teaware. Find out more about how to...

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  • Should You Put Milk in Earl Grey Tea?
    Should You Put Milk in Earl Grey Tea?
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    Many wonder if it’s proper to drink Earl Grey with milk. Is this a must or a faux pas? Does milk make Earl Grey taste better? The short answer is that you can drink Earl Grey with milk if you do it correctly. Here's how.

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  • How to Properly Pair Tea With Your Meals
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    We’re tea lovers. We’re comfortable enjoying a cup of tea on its own, savouring the flavours and appreciating the gentle or unexpected notes. We have no problem with a single cup of tea. Other times, we want to pair up our beverage. We want to mix and match foods and flavours, see how they mingle, and enhance existing tastes. The question then becomes, how do we properly pair our tea with our meals? Poorly matching tea with food leads to...

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  • What is Oolong?
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    You’re probably familiar with black tea, green tea, or even white tea, but may have some questions about Oolong tea. Oolong tea represents only 2% of the world’s tea and combines different qualities of the dark and green teas in one unique family of its own. Oolong is traditionally from China and is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same plant used to make green tea and black tea. The difference is in how the tea is processed. Oolong tea is partially...

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  • Celebrating 10 Years of Clean Energy Use

    The Tea Haus has been choosing green energy with Bullfrog since 2008. In 2008 we decided to make a steady commitment to creating a cleaner Canada. We believe that businesses have a responsibility to align with their values and show this alignments through the commitments they choose to pursue. We are extremely happy that we chose to pursue cleaner energy with Bullfrog 10 years ago now. Learn more about how Bullfrog creates a better world by producing renewable...

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  • Meet the Maker of the Highest Grade Japanese Green Tea in the World
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    Maejima Gyokuro – Limited Edition Gyokuro is the highest grade Japanese green tea. It is cultivated in a special way. The name refers to the pale green color of the infusion. During my recent visit to Japan, I was able to visit Mr. Maejima, a well-respected master of the art of Gyokuro making. Mr. Maejima lives in Okabe, a small village close to Fujieda in the Shizuoka Prefecture. He won three gold medals for the best Gyokuro, more gold medals at the international green tea...

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  • The Best Places in the World to go for Tea

    In recent years, Traveller Australia released a list of the top ten places in the world to frequent for tea. The list includes countries across the globe that offer variety, from high-tea and tinkling ivory on a plush seat at the Ritz London, to a plantation tour trekking the emerald green fields in the Hill Country of Sri Lanka. No matter what your fancy, travelling to one of these spectacular destinations is sure to be your cup of tea. 1. High-Tea in London England Tea is...

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  • The Top Four Detox Teas to Reset Your System
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    We have good news and bad news about detox teas. The good news is, integrating more detoxifying tea into your diet can boost antioxidants, support a healthy liver, and help cleanse toxins from your digestive system. The bad news is, no one food or drink can be the solution for losing weight, maintaining weight loss, or rectifying a sedentary lifestyle. A detox tea is only medicinal and detoxifying if your diet is aligned. Eating foods that are gentle on your body, paired with the right...

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  • New Year, New Tea

    Experience New Tea in the New Year. Happy New Year! With a fresh start and another calendar year done, we reflect on all the new experiences we had in 2017 and welcome more adventures and lessons in 2018. As the freezing temperatures continue and the holiday season comes to an end, we find ourselves seeking comfort in a hot cup of tea. We suggest you start your new year with a tea you haven’t tried yet. What tea do you want to start your new year with? Three New Teas to Try Add...

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  • Curl Up With a Christmas Tea

    The Christmas Tea Selection Discover the taste of the holidays with the three most popular Christmas teas from the various tea families. Although these teas come from unique regions and feature small variations, they all reflect a seasonal palate. Get comfortable and order one of the Christmas teas to your doorstep or join us at The Tea Haus in the Covent Garden Market and we’ll pour you a hot cup of seasonal tea to try. Explore the tea selection below. 1. Christmas Tea The classic...

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  • The Ultimate Guide to Matcha Tea: Choose it, Prepare it, & Enjoy it

    About Matcha Green Tea Why is everyone such an advocate for matcha? Is it really the holy grail of green tea? Matcha has been revered for centuries due to its valuable medicinal properties as well as its ability to encourage wakefulness and alertness for hours. A few benefits of matcha include: Packed with antioxidants such as EGCgLowers cholesterol and blood sugarFortifies the immune systemIncreases energy levelsDetoxifies bodyEnhances calmRich in fiber, chlorophyll, and vitamins...

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  • Where it All Began: A Brief History of Tea
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    It seems as if tea is as old as time. Tea has become a staple drink and even a cultural practice in many countries around the world. We want to take it all the way back to its roots in China. The furthest back that tea can be tracked is in the year 2737 BC. The oral tradition has been passed on over centuries to share the story of the first cup of tea ever enjoyed. Legend has it… The Chinese emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a tree while his servant boiled drinking water, when...

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