- Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 2-3 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: Various
A Winter Collection
A Winter Collection - Our three favourite teas for the winter season. All three are flavourful, warming and make great additions to cocktails.
A beautiful blend of healing herbs and warming spices designed for Canadian winters. Also known as ImmuniTea, for a good reason! Caffeine-free and sugar-free.
Ingredients: Organic Ginger Root, organic Peppermint, organic Tulsi, organic Licorice Root, organic Cinnamon, organic Cardamom, organic Hibiscus, organic Rosehips, organic Astragalus
A festive and delicious blend that is naturally caffeine-free. Rich and flavourful, a blend of honeybush with a chocolatey orange taste that the whole family can enjoy.
Ingredients: Organic honeybush, organic cacao nibs, organic orange peel, organic cinnamon, organic safflower, organic chrysanthemum, natural essences
A wonderfully bold and smooth blend of dark oolong and maple, a perfect pairing. Sophisticated, smoky and aromatic.
Ingredients: Tea (Camelia Sinensis), Safflower, Natural Essences
These teas can all be prepared with boiling water. Each one of them should be infused for 2-3 minutes (up to 5 if using milk). We recommend trying all three without any added milk or sweetener first, then adjusting to suit your personal preferences. These teas are naturally sweet without any added sugar.
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Loose
Have you tried A Winter Collection? Tell us what you think!
From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
5 Warming Teatails - by Safiya Motala
5 Warming Teatails
What is your idea of cozy? A hot cup of tea with a good book? A glass of wine by the fireplace? Or simply, comfy clothes and a strong cocktail?
If these all sound about right, you will love the cozy teatail recipes below. To get started, here is a highlight on a few of the ingredients we’re using:
- Whisky – Whisky is a pretty easy way to make your drink warming. It has long been used as the beverage of choice to warm up on a cold night, and even used to soothe during times of illness.
- Chai – Chai could mean many things, so we’re going to use our Chai blend as a reference. Some of the spices in Chai are warming, such as ginger, pepper and cinnamon. Other ingredients are reminiscent of cozy times, such as cloves, that might make you think of the holidays.
- Ginger – Ginger is an easy way to make any beverage warming. The spicy, gingery flavour adds a kick to any tea or cocktail.