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July 09, 2017

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I AM CANADIAN.. EH!

No way.........Canada is 1 FIF-TEA!!! 
Well bring out the Maple Syrup and lets cheers in saying "Happy Birthday Canada!"
Oh July how we've waited for this time to celebrate our Countrys' 150th birthday, this is truly amazing. A beautiful place were we are privileged to so many things and so many opportunities. A country with so many different countries inside.
Wait wait wait... You haven't heard of our cream of Earl Grey Tea with Vanilla and maple notes called "Canadian Eh?" Well no worries, we've got you covered!
Canadian Eh is definitely a tea you want to have for this month, next month and the one after that. Try out this beautiful earl grey with a bit of almond milk and agave as a hot la-Tea! ;) Don't stop there, we know it's super hot outside so try it out as an Iced La-Tea! #yumm! You can literally make the hot version and pour it over ice and sit back and enjoy! 
It really can't get any more patriotic then this. Without further ado let's all stand tall with our hand on our hearts and take a minute sing our amazing National Anthem.
June 04, 2017

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When life give you lemons.....

When life throws you lemons....... make lemonade they say.
However when life throws us lemons.... we slice it up, drop it in hot water and call it tea!
Lemons have been around for a very long time...(like, since the beginning of time)
and have numerous uses and benefits and numerous ways to use it, from eating to healing to even cleaning.
So being big time lemon lovers, we thought, why not add some ginger and rooibos tea to this amazing fruit and call it Jessies Ginger Lemon!
 This combination of ginger and lemon are like Bonnie & Clyde, like two peas in a pod.
If you suddenly have an itchy throat or minor headache give this tea about 5 - 7 minutes of steeping time, then drink it warm to get some relief.
With the base of this tea being Rooibos from the south African Red Bush it is free from caffeine so your kids can enjoy it with you. If they aren't a fan of hot tea then either pour it over ice with a touch of sweetener or put it in the fridge for a couple hours to chill. 
Not only is this tea thirst quenching, it is also quite the crowd pleaser. For those who aren't into the overly sweet and fruity drinks, give this a try at the next party you host. 
May 28, 2017

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Flu Who!?!?!

We get it, rain one day and sunshine the next then cold one day and hot the next. There should be a new roller coaster at wonderland called...... " Canadian Weather".
If you're tired of runny noses, soar throats, coughing g and sneezing, we just might have something that could help you out. Ladies, gents and children we'd love to take this opportunity to introduce to you our power house herbal blend "Flu Who".
A delectable blend of lemongrass, ginger, pink peppercorns, cocount slices, pineapples, cardamom, and cloves. Wheew! Now if these ingredients don't work then maybe..... buckley's will? (yuck!)
Flu who is a herbal blended tea, meaning it has no caffeine so it is definitely a kid friendly option. It's packed with loads of health benefits such as treating stomachaches (lemongrass), coughing and bloating (cardamom / ginger), relief from toothaches (cloves), reducing inflammation (pineapple), and skin health (coconut). This is totally the tea Jack of all trades.
With the warmer months approaching, we recommend this blend as a nice iced tea to cleanse and refresh your pallete, or if you're coming down with something then a hot flu who with a hint of honey would be your best bet.
Knock, knock...
Who's there?
Flu.
Flu Who?
.... Okay this wasn't as funny as it was in our head... lol  
Happy Sipping
May 20, 2017

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The Healthy Champagne!

Alright everyone it's time to par-Tea! Suns out, long weekends here, and summer is just around the corner.
On the menu for drinks, we've got the delicious "Strawberry Champagne".
So grab all your friends and family, mother's, uncles, grand parents and children because tonight..... drinks are on us!
Now we know what you're probably thinking.. Champagne for children?
Ok, Ok...our mistake....we may have (intentionally) left out a key detail that you should know. This strawberry champagne is actually a tea ;)
And a very refreshing, and fruity tea might we add
This is a beautiful oolong tea is from China.
Aside from the well-known metabolism boosting effects, some benefits of Oolong include improving mental alertness and preventing tooth decay ( Smile wide!).
In this tea we also added freeze dried strawberries, which contain wonderful antioxidant properties, and are packed with vitamins and minerals making strawberries one of the healthiest fruits in town.
Another popular fruit in this tea is papaya, which is originally from Mexico (Arreeebaaa!!) (We couldn't resist!).
Papayas can help fight disease,  reduce inflammation and also have antioxidant properties. So....what more can you ask for?
I hear you whispering....alcohol? LOL, sorry dear reader! But the good news is you can definitely drink this champagne and drive!
It's safe to say that this is a drink that everyone can really enjoy on a nice warm day out at a picnic or family gathering.
Happy Sipping!
So grab your glasses and sippie cups and let's all cheer to summer and hot weather being on the way!!
HIP HIP HOOORAYYY!
April 10, 2017

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Keep Blooming! Flowers in your Cup!

April Showers bring.... Tea flowers!!

Ok ok.... we know it actually brings May flowers.... but we thought it was cute ;)

So what do spring and tea have in common......If you guessed flowers than you are a superstar!

A lot of the most popular tea blends out there have gorgeous floral elements to them.

Cornflower petals, safflower petals and even rose petals! Theres nothing more beautiful than to notice a beautiful rose petal floating in your teaware.

Flowers have been steeped for thousands of years and can bring tons of medicinal health benefits when consumed on daily basis, so when you see those extra ingredients in your tea- know that your body is saying, thanks!

Here are a few known benefits of different steeped flowers

DID YOU KNOW...

Rose Tea helps relieve menstrual cramping and can boost your immune system!

Cornflowers in tea can help relieve anxiety and can soothe an irritable stomach.

Safflowers are known to reduce cholesterol build up in the arteries!

Lavender is a natural relaxer for bedtime and can relieve indigestion.

WOW! I learned so much just writing this blog.

No wonder tea blenders are always throwing these petals into our favourite blends of tea. Not only do they look pretty...they're working hard to make our bodies a little healthier with each sip!

Now when it comes to beauty, there is one tea in particular that comes to our minds. Lets put a little spotlight on our beautiful white tea  "Vanilla Coco Loco" which contains coconut, blue mallow flowers, rose buds and notes of vanilla it's packed with petals and 
white tea , which is know to be the purest form of tea. With benefits of improving oral health, purifying your blood, being an antioxidant & having anti-aging properties, there's just no reason to not give this tea a try!

Adding petals and white tea to your everyday routine might make you just shine a little brighter.
Stay blooming!

March 28, 2017

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Move Oolong! (Get it ;) )

 

"Move Oolong..... nothing to Tea here!!"

Just kidding, come on can't we all just get Oolong? Lol
Ok, ok...... Enough with the corny puns. Lets really get settled and talk tea! 
If you haven't already guessed it by the puns, we thought this beautiful Taiwanese Tea named Oolong would be nice for a little sip & chat.
Oolong is a traditional Chinese tea. It's originally grown in Fujian but is now mostly produced in Taiwan.
Now the taste of Oolong varies depending on the type that you get. There is a regular oolong and then there is a milk oolong that has a thicker body to it and has a creamy yet buttery note to it. Our most popular tea, "Wow" happens to be one of the most magical oolongs you can find (in our humble opinion)
Now I know....  The question we all want answered  is
"What are the benefits of Oolong Tea?"
Well in short....many! But more specifically, this tea in particular is studied to boost your metabolism.  It's been famously dubbed " The Fat Buster"
It's also an antioxidant, it's good for your hair and skin along with preventing tooth decay. Whew! 
Fun Fact: Oolong is actually right in the middle of green tea and black tea. It is slightly more oxidized than a green tea and slightly less oxidize than black. The leaf is hand  rolled into a ball shape. Once it starts to steap in hot water the leaf fully opens up! #beautiful!
So, with all that info let's not stray to all the other teas let's try and get Oolong with it. #SuperCornyPun
Happy Sipping
March 13, 2017

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March is all about....Going Green!

 

Leprechaun suits....... 4 leaf clovers.......... Thoughts of Spring.......... Matcha!

What do all these things have in common? ...
They're all GREEN!!
In this month of March people start thinking green for many reasons... St. Patrick's Day being one of the biggest. At T By Daniel we think that's awesome!
It's just the perfect reason toy start adding Green Tea to your everyday routine. 
Think about this:
Green tea is loaded with antioxidants, it boosts your metabolism, detoxify's your body, helps improve brain function and gives you the "Energizer Bunny Boost" to get you through your day.
Put it this way: Green tea will definitely keep you going & going & going.
A fun fact about matcha green tea for those who don't know what that magical green powder in the picture is.
Matcha is simply green tea that is stone grounded into a powder form. One cup of this powerhouse beverage has as many antioxidants as ten cups of brewed green tea.
#Wow!
Matcha has a very pure, herbaceous flavour to it. Lets put it this way. If the colour green had a taste, it would definitely taste like Matcha.
Now if you're not to fond of just drinking matcha on its own, an easy way to add it to your diet is by throwing into your smoothie or shake recipies in the morning. Add some almond milk with a touch of Cinnamon and maybe a drop or 2 or vanilla extract and make it your own creation! 
Remember tea is an adventure, tap into your crea-TEA-vity and explore with your tea!
Let's go Green everyone! 
Happy Sipping! 
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