Tea provided At the start of my tea journey, many years ago, both Lu Ann (The Cup of Life) and Tegan (Amoda Tea) were instrumental to my tea growth. So, when Lu Ann became the curator for the Amoda Tea monthly boxes, I was happy, proud, and curious to see what Lu Ann had come
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I originally tried a sample of this tea at the 2020 Toronto Tea Festival as part of T By Daniel’s new Private Collection!
During the winter time, I can’t help but gravitate toward more winter-y sounding blends. I also visited T by Daniel’s Brampton shop, and I wanted to give a quick recap of my experience!
When I first smelled this at the D by Daniel shop, it had a rich smell of vanilla and coconut. What’s not to love?
I still remember reading about Daniel and Renata serving this blend to Prince Charles! That piqued my interest because if it is good enough for a prince, it is good enough for me!
Today, I will be featuring Deb from the Sugared Teacup and I will be also reviewing a Holiday Tea Box she curated for me. I came across Deb when I crossed paths with her on Instagram. Deb has been such a great part of my tea journey.
This isn’t the first time I had the opportunity to try T by Daniel! I came across the brand when someone on Facebook visited their shop and posted about it. I love supporting Canadian brands, so I reached out to buy sample sizes. Daniel and Renata (husband and wife team) made me the custom size
Ending off the year with an oolong and two black teas. I admit, one big reason why these are the last teas of the year is because of their names: “Wow!” and “Chocolate Mar-TEA-ni”. They seem like fitting teas to end the year off with!
Blogger Pass Provided for Review I always enjoy going to the Toronto Tea Festival. It is a great way to hang out with old friends and meet new ones!
Description: “This tea captures the taste of Canadian maple syrup.”