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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 behind these blends!

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  • The Tea Haus’s Guide to a Very German Tea Experience
    The Tea Haus’s Guide to a Very German Tea Experience

    A German tea ceremony?! Yes it exists, and here’s what you need to know about it's interesting history, strong local tradition and step-by-step preparation.

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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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  • Ceylon Tea: A Guide to Production, Benefits and Excellent Flavours!
    Ceylon Tea: A Guide to Production, Benefits and Excellent Flavours!

    In celebration of Ceylon Tea Week, we’re taking you on a trip to Sri Lanka, where our founder Stefanie travelled to in 2016 to learn more about the history, the manufacturing process and the variety of cultivars of this exceptional tea!  Ceylon Tea: A Brief History   Ceylon tea is a name used to refer to black tea that originated from the island nation Sri Lanka, which was known as Ceylon before it achieved independence.  Fun Fact: The expression Ceylon tea or...

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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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  • 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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  • 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 Tea Haus Travel Guide: 8 of Our Favourite Teas From Around The World
    The Tea Haus Travel Guide: 8 of Our Favourite Teas From Around The World

    It’s no surprise that tea is the world’s second most-consumed drink after water. There’s something ever-so-indulgent about sipping a cup of warm and healthy infusion. All of our senses are engaged as the subtle scent wafts from a piping hot mug, while our taste buds are met with flavours ranging from robust to mild, zesty to sweet and earthy to creamy. All over the world, people and cultures have their own unique tea traditions and flavours. And for the tea fanatic, there are few greater...

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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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  • 14 Coolest Tea Cafes in Ontario
  • 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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  • 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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