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White Monkey A gentle and nutty sweetness unfolds due to the high count of white buds. A subtle dew-drops-on-petal perfume rises with the steam. The steep offers a delicate buttery and toasty rice flavour, accompanied by a rich vegetal nectar....
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Part of the delight of high-quality traditional teas is in the endless possible choices for how to steep them. How differently might the flavours of the rolled, balled, pearled, striped, caked, curled or withered tea leaves reveal themselves as they...
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You are invited to our annual OPEN HOUSE! :: Friday+Saturday+Sunday December 2+3+4 from 10am-5pm :: Our way of saying 'thank you' to the community who continues to support our dream of creating a home for tea cultures in the Cowichan....
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Did you know?When we say "chai tea," essentially we are saying "tea tea." THE ORIGINS OF CHAI When tea plantations were first established in India under British Imperialism, the prices were too high for locals. So, any tea leaves that were available...
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