Have you ever wondered why Valentine's Day even exists? In our new blog, we dive into the history together and discover how this day of love has become a symbol for millions of couples around the world.
September 21 is National Chai Day, a perfect time to talk about the warm and spicy goodness of this delicious tea in a category all its own. Cheers to chai, beloved by the entire country of India and now popular around the world.
Spice up your fall cocktail routine with this twist on a traditional Cosmopolitan featuring our Cranberry Autumn tea. We took one of our fall favourites, Cranberry Autumn tea, and used it to turn it into a Cosmopolitan cocktail!
Have you heard of intermittent fasting? While new weight-loss programs pop up from time to time (that’s an intermittent joke, folks!), intermittent fasting, or IF, is different from other weight-loss methods. Rather than prescribe what you eat, IF is all about when you eat.
While many of us enjoy the comfort of a hot cup of tea, especially during the cold winter months, it can be argued by many that the time for tea to shine is during the hot summer months when a tall glass of iced tea is the true definition of refreshing. We are not about to disagree.
Whether you are relatively new to tea drinking or consider yourself to be a connoisseur, it is no secret that the language of tea is rather complicated. Our goal with creating this tea glossary is to help demystify tea and the words used to describe it.
Back in 1946, George Orwell, the British novelist, journalist, essayist, and critic best known for Animal Farm and 1984, turned his pen to the subject of tea. As a Brit, he most certainly had some passionate thoughts on how to make and take your tea and on how you should do it, too.
Heating water for your tea. Whether you heat the water in a kettle on your stove or in a mug in your microwave, you still get the same thing: hot water. Well, technically that’s correct. But science tells us there’s a difference. And, if you pay close attention, your tea will probably tell you the same thing.