One thing we love as much as our candles is sipping on a cup of tea as we indulge in a good book. With Ontario going into a second lockdown starting today, we wanted to help bring you some extra warmth and coziness.
We asked some of our followers (who happen to be tea experts) on Instagram about their favourite teas to brew and they answered. If you're looking to try new tea flavours like us, here are some of their most recommended.
Chaga Coconut Chai | Lake & Oak Tea
This comforting blend is rockin’ chaga mushrooms, tulsi and ginger, for a sip that’s pleasantly spicy and sweet. Rooibos makes it a natural caffeine-free dream, great for mellowing out at any time of day.
"I received some Lake & Oak tea for my birthday and it's delicious"
"Chaga Chai is our fave!"
Strawberry Rosehip Fruit Tea | Tea Amo
The Strawberry Rosehip Fruit Tea is caffeine free with lemon and strawberry flavours in it and "is as great as an iced tea". We can't wait to try it.
Recommended by @shop.nadorah
S’mores Chai | David's Tea
Buddha's Blend | David's Tea
Dark Side | Geek and Tea
London Fog | Cup of Té
Thanks to our followers who highly recommended this brand, we think we've found some new teas to obsess over. We're planning to try this and the Coconut organic loose leaf tea.
Recommended by @badinski
Black Tea with Strawberry | Fortnum and Mason
This brand was recommended by a LOT of our followers. Made with Black China tea. It is recommended that you serve without milk for the best flavour. It's a British brand but you can get this tea on Amazon.ca if you'd like to try it out. Can't say no to strawberries.
Recommended by @jennbairos
Peach Tranquility | Teavana
Teavana's Peach Tranquility tea features soft peach shimmers alongside tropical pineapple with delicate herbal notes of lemon verbena and a chamomile finish. It’s a juicy take on tea that’s full of fruit, fragrance and flavour.
Recommended by @jtomasikcreations
Creamy Earl Grey | Lot 35
This heady tea from Lot 35 takes familiar bergamot-infused Earl Grey and adds a delightful cream flavor for a result that is velvety and full-bodied. Add a dash of milk and sugar to reveal the nuances of this exceptional tea.
Recommended by @forrestglencandleco
What are some of your favourite teas?