Mint tea is cooling and warming. It’s also lively yet soothing.
Shanti Tea Blog
There’s something about the holidays – and those weeks leading up to them – that feels a bit magical. It’s a time of year filled with excitement, nostalgia, tradition and, most importantly, family and friends.
Cooler weather calls for hot tea cocktails – the ones that warm your cheeks up, sip by sip. Perfect after dinner, or while cozied up by the fire, tea puts a fun twist on the classic slow sipper.
Green tea is the holy-grail of antioxidants but it can be daunting to find the right one to suit your taste.
It’s apple season! It’s a truly delicious time of hot apple cider, warm apple crumble and freshly baked apple pies.
Looking to super-charge your morning smoothie for the last days of summer, and hopefully a warm fall? Add matcha and turn it into an ice pop!
As summer winds down, many of us are preparing for back-to-school amidst a rapidly evolving pandemic. The usual excitement is overshadowed by uncertainty and anxiety due to COVID-19 and many families are facing complex decisions.
Sip into summer with these fun iced tea pops! Made with Superfruit, one of our herbal tea blends, these pops are fruity, juicy and refreshing. The kids will love them too and you can adjust the sweetness level to suit your taste.
With the weather heating up, iced tea season is in full swing. And while there’s nothing quite as refreshing as a perfectly brewed cup of iced tea (maybe with a squeeze of citrus), if you’re looking to up your iced tea game, try cooling down with iced tea cubes!
If you’re a fan of the London Fog, or Earl Grey tea latte, try this seasonal twist for spring and summer. It’s like an iced London Fog, but with cold froth/foam on top. Before you stir, the cold froth sits on top of the tea, looking a bit like clouds, while infusing your iced tea latte with creaminess.
Pollen is relentless and unapologetic. The constant itching, sneezing, watering eyes and runny nose is not exactly how we envision celebrating the start of spring (or fall), but it’s often a reality, thanks to seasonal allergies.
If you want to up your tea game, water temperature is a good place to start. Together with tea quality and steeping time, water temperature is one of the most important factors involved in brewing a perfect cup of tea.
Your Easter and Passover plans likely look a little different this year. With large gatherings on hold due to social distancing, here are a few creative ways to connect remotely with family and friends over the holiday (and over tea!).
It doesn’t get any sweeter (or more Canadian) than maple season! Every year from February-April, farmers in eastern Canada extract the sugary sap from trees to produce maple syrup. According to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada produces 85% of the world’s maple syrup!
This could be the gateway tea that tempts even the most resolute coffee drinker to give up their morning cup of joe.
It’s no surprise that three of our wellness teas are also three of our most colourful. Packed with antioxidants, healing herbs and anti-inflammatory compounds, these vibrant teas are much more than a warm beverage.
It's the holiday season and if you are enjoying a cocktail or two, and feeling a little jaded the next day, don’t worry, a delicious cup of tea can help.
Tea and health go hand-in-hand, we have some tips on how to use tea to help build healthy habits