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  • Why is Kenyan Kambaa Tea SO Good?!
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    Kenya boasts some of the highest quality black tea in the world. The taste of Kenyan tea has a distinct and acclaimed flavour and aroma. Tea is the top foreign exchange earner for the economy and 95% of the country’s tea is exported every year.   Kenyan tea comes in different forms. The majority of Kenyan tea is blended with other teas and sold across markets worldwide. The most rare and reputable Kenyan tea is the purest form and in this form, Kenyan...

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  • The Most Popular Types of Tea

    Your ultimate guide to tea. Here at The Tea Haus we get asked a lot of questions about different teas, how they’re made, where they come from, and which are the best of their kind. Learn more about the origins of each tea and how to spot the best quality. Which tea is your go-to? 1. Green Green teas are vibrant and unoxidized. Many tea drinkers believe green tea is decaf. On the contrary, green teas usually have the highest concentration of caffeine. The leaves are traditionally...

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  • 5 Delicious Ways to Cook with Tea

    Cook Up Something New Bored of the same old recipes and routines? There may be an ingredient sitting in your kitchen that you haven’t tried yet, tea! Tea leaves, ground tea, and matcha tea powder can all be used in sweet or savoury recipes for added flavour. Make your plate a little more interesting with the integration of this new ingredient. 1. Swap your stock If you’re cooking grains, heating rice, or simmering quinoa, you can mix up the directions by...

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  • Why is Lavender So Calming?
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    Lavender is a plant native to the mountainous regions of the Mediterranean where it grows in bright sunlight. The word lavender comes from the Latin root lavare which means “to wash”. This name was given to the fragrant plant for its common use as an ingredient in soaps and shampoos for bathing the body and spirit. Researchers confirmed the scent of lavender produces soothing and sedative effects that can help with sleep promotion, reduction of anxiety, and...

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  • How to Restore Balance in Life - With Meditation, Tea, and Self-Care

    Entrepreneur. Student. Mother. Father. Business-owner. Yogi. Foodie. No matter what you do, it’s inevitable that the days, weeks, and even years get hectic. There are a variety of ways you can make sure you’re achieving balance in your life.  These include a combination of taking care of your physical health, mental health, and responsibilities.  Balance also involves enjoying the little things, relishing in solitude, celebrating family, unplugging, having less stuff, and tea.   1....

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  • Teas That Spice Up Your Life
    Teas That Spice Up Your Life

    People of the world, spice up your life! Spice is not just for 90’s girl bands. The fall season brings with it, a large selection of popular spicy flavours. We trade in the uber fruity, sweet, and citrus for the biting and savoury kick of spice. We have a spice for everyone. For those days when the trees are nearly naked without their leaves and the sky is a gloomy dark, sometimes all you need is a vitalizing sip of spice. Pumpkin Spice We see trends come and go. We have seen the...

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  • Why is the First Flush of Darjeeling Considered the Champagne of Teas?

    Darjeeling: The Astonishing Town and Tea Darjeeling is not just a tea. Darjeeling is a town in India’s West Bengal state.  The town sits right in the Himalayan foothills and promises a breathtaking view. The black tea named after the location is grown on plantations surrounding the slope of the mountain.  If you were to visit the plantation your view would be that of one of the highest mountain peaks in the world: Mount Kanchenjunga. In days when the sky is clear and clouds are...

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  • What Your Mom Really Wants For Mother’s Day: Time With You

    Every year you ask your mom, “what do you want for Mother’s Day?” and year after year she replies, “you don’t have to get me anything.” Turns out there is something that every mom enjoys on their day, and that is quality time with their kids, grandkids, and family. Being a mom is a tough job. No matter how good of a kid you claim to be… your mom deserves a break. And yet she doesn’t want one! Treat your mom to a day out doing something she loves with the people she loves. We...

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  • Your Favourite Tea Might Not Be Tea: Tea Vs. Tisane

    Your favourite tea may not really be tea. This is because many tea retailers call select beverages tea when in fact, they don’t contain tea leaves. So what are they? What makes something tea and what makes something... not tea? What is Tisane? Technically, any fruit or herb can be steeped in water, ingested, and categorized as tisane. Tisane (tih-ZANN) is a french word for “herbal infusion” and is usually made with dried flowers, fruits, and...

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  • The Beauty of Blooming Tea

    What is Blooming Tea? Blooming teas are beautiful and unique artisan teas that flower as you steep them. The teas come in a small dry sphere of dried leaves and tisane. When the ball of tea is dropped into steaming water you can watch as it unfurls and blooms before your eyes. We highly recommend using a glass teapot to steep your blooming teas so that you don’t miss the delicate beauty of your tea as it blooms. How are Blooming Teas Made? Flowering teas are beautiful pieces of art....

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  • All About Dunoon Mugs

    You may have seen the beautiful, original, and eye-catching mugs we sell here at The Tea Haus. These Dunoon mugs fly off our shelves every year and are known for their quality and strength. But where do these mugs come from? Why are they so special? And what is Dunoon Bone China? Learn more about Dunoon’s origins in England, the manufacturing process, and the legacy that we are proud to be a part of selling. We have a similar philosophy as Dunoon in providing the best quality...

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  • Fall in Love With the Chocolate Hearts Tea

    It’s Back! Get Ready to Fall in Love Our Valentine’s Tea is available for a limited time and waiting to surprise your taste buds with its rich and sweet flavours. This Sri Lankan Black Tea is infused with the finest of Swiss chocolate as well as small chocolate pieces and the pleasant addition of cinnamon hearts. Don’t fear lactose intolerant and vegan tea lovers! These chocolate flavours are 100% dairy-free.   What You Can Expect This careful infusion...

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