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  • Taking a Closer Look at Caffeine in Coffee VS. Tea

    What is Caffeine? Caffeine is the most widely consumed stimulant in the world. Caffeine is used primarily for its ability to promote wakefulness, decrease fatigue, and increase mental alertness. It is produced naturally in coffee beans, kola nuts, tea leaves, and cacao seeds and present in everyday foods and drinks like coffee, pop, chocolate, and of course tea. Caffeine’s Effect on the Body Caffeine is a methylxanthine and can block and inhibit both adenosine and...

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  • Your Ultimate Guide to Tea Infusers

    Buying high-quality, fresh loose leaf tea and tisane means finding a mechanism to get the most flavour, minimal mess, and ultimate convenience. Whether you are on-the-go, swear by reusable, or need something disposable – we have options. Find out the benefits and disadvantages of each tea infuser in order to choose the perfect infuser for you and your favourite tea! JoeMo Travel Tea Thermos Price: $24.50Benefits: This infuser is the perfect tea accessory for tea...

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  • Christmas Trees Mean Christmas Teas

    It’s the most wonderful tea of the year. Here at The Tea Haus we selected the tastes that embody the seasonal flavours of Christmas time. This includes the warmth of cinnamon, the sweetness of orange, and the spice of star anise. These notes combine to create a recognizable recipe for delicious holiday cheer. Whether you are a fan of black tea, green tea, or rooibos, we have the tea for you and your loved ones. 1. Christmas Tea This premium black tea from Sri Lanka has all the...

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  • Reme-Teas for Sick Days

    The first week of December has us breaking out the snow shovels, powering up the movie marathons, and upping our Vitamin C intake to avoid the dreaded cold and flu. With the Christmas holidays on the horizon there is no time to be nursing sore throats, tending to headaches, and sleeping away the flu. This is why we have the perfect teas for the winter season. Find the right tea for your sick days and spend more time relaxing, resting, and recovering. 1. Wellness Tea Helps...

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  • 5 Teas to Replace Your Traditional Dessert Dish

    We all know how it feels when a craving strikes. Everyone has their weakness, whether it’s fried food, baked goods, or a rich bar of chocolate. We may not have a french fry tea to settle those greasy cravings but we do have the perfect tea to replace your favourite traditional desserts. Next time you’re reaching for the last cookie, warm up a hot cuppa and feel your cravings melt away. Which dessert best suits your cravings?   Craving: Chocolate Bar With A Kick Solution:...

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  • 4 Teas to Log in a More Restful Sleep

    Don’t lose sleep over finding the right tea, we have them all right here. If you have been staying up restless and waking up groggy maybe it’s time to swap your regular cup for a decaffeinated herbal blend. Going decaf doesn’t mean giving up the flavours you love. Check out these four teas that were practically made for you. Start dreaming about fresh, natural, and tasty ingredients in these loose leaf teas. Goodnight Irene - Use coupon code "BETTERSLEEP" at...

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  • 5 Teas For Fall's Top 5 Activities

    The Taste of Fall As the summer sun begins to hide away, the earthy green landscape is exchanged for vibrant warm leaves, and the sweaters are resurrected from the depths of our closets, we can feel that fall is in the air. It seems like things change overnight when we begin to feel, see, and experience the presence of fall. And now we can even taste the sure sign of fall in autumn’s favourites: warm cinnamon, fresh apples, vanilla, almonds, and other freshly invigorating flavours. We now...

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  • Chai Recipe

    Bring 1 litre of whole milk (almond milk, soy milk) to a steam on the stove. Crush ½ teaspoon of cardamom seeds (optional) with a mortar and pestle. Add to milk. After you see steam rising from the milk add 10 teaspoons of Masala Chai.  Give one stir (don’t stir any more because stirring will release the bitter tannins from the leaves).  Remove from heat source, cover and let it steep for at least 5 minutes.  Strain, sweeten as desired and enjoy!

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  • Tea Tasting - Sri Lanka
    Tea Tasting - Sri Lanka

    You won't want to miss this event when we reminisce about our jaunt to beautiful Sri Lanka. You'll learn all you could want about Ceylon tea, the prized crop of this teardrop-shaped island just south of India. Sri Lanka is one of the major tea producing countries in the world. Join Stefanie Stolzel from The Tea Haus as she discusses her recent trip to some of the tea regions of Sri Lanka. Enjoy and sample some of the best teas Sri Lanka has to offer, fresh from the gardens. Please...

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  • 6 Different Ways To Try Your Matcha Tea

    Why We Love Matcha Matcha is a long-standing traditional Japanese tea and has quickly become a popular “super-food” due to its nutrient-rich and nurturing properties. Matcha stands apart from many other loose leaf green teas due to its powdered consistency. Matcha is produced from the leaves of shade-grown tea and then ground into a fine powder with a hand mill. As opposed to being steeped, Matcha is actually mixed into water and ingested. There are Matcha accessories that allow...

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  • 6 Super Refreshing Iced Teas You Need to Try This Summer
    6 Super Refreshing Iced Teas You Need to Try This Summer

    Time To Refresh Your Rou-tea-n Summer is here! And with it the perfect time to refresh your tea routine by swapping your traditional hot cup for an iced infusion. Keep reading to discover which iced tea to pick based on your taste preferences and how to make the perfect cup of iced tea.  If You Love That Flavour, Try This Iced Tea 1. Tropical Thirst Quencher = Mango Mango Nothing puts us more into summer mode than juicy tropical fruits. Mango Mango is a  premium Ceylon tea...

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  • Tea rubbed flank steak
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    Recipe by Christine Scheer This has been another one of the fantastic dishes that we did get to enjoy during our class with Christine Scheer. Christine is always very keen on using local, seasonal, and organic ingredients for her dishes. Ingredients: 1 flank steak, about 1 ½ - 2 lbs1/4 cup (60 mL) black tea leaves1/2 teaspoon (2.5 mL) ground ginger1 cinnamon stick1/2 teaspoon whole coriander seeds1 Tablespoon (15 mL) brown sugar1/2 teaspoon salt Directions: In an electric...

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