Edmonton can get pretty cold during the winter months, which is why drinking tea is so popular in the city. This isn’t much of a surprise, as tea can warm up your entire body and comes in a variety of delightful flavours.
Tea also comes with the added benefit of being incredibly healthy for you. Teas contain antioxidants, help protect your bones, and boost your immune systems. It’s no wonder why more and more people have gravitated towards tea over the years.
Loose leaf teas, specifically, have become more popular. This type of tea allows the drinker to enjoy more of the leaves that make up the tea, as loose leaf tea leaves are made from whole leaves and not the dust and fannings from leaves. This means that you get a stronger flavour and more nutrients. If you are thinking about getting exploring loose leaf teas in Edmonton some more, then we have 10 teas we would like to tell you about.
1. Globe Amaranth Blooming Tea
With its smooth and very satisfying notes of green tea leaves and peachy osmanthus flavour, the Globe Amaranth Blooming Tea has an intriguingly bright flavour. As a lively, blooming tea, you can enjoy watching this tea bloom as it steeps.
2. Fruity Yerba Mate
It doesn’t get much better than combining yerba mate with tropical fruits. The Fruity Yerba Mate tea pairs a fairly traditional herbal tea flavour with a fresh and exotic taste that will take your taste buds on a tropical holiday.
3. Ginger Mint
Are you looking for something to help you relax after a long day at work? Then the Ginger Mint tea is exactly what you are looking for. This tea is and incredibly refreshing mix of mint leaves, flower petals and ginger.
4. Spearmint Herbal Tea
Spearmint is the most recognized mint plant, which is why you see it just about everywhere, including in our Spearmint Herbal Tea. Beyond the obvious benefits of spearmint, spearmint can help with digestion and it can help treat nausea and motion sickness.
5. Organic Delta Nile Chamomile Tea
The Nile Delta is a location where some of the finest chamomile tea is grown, and the Organic Delta Nile Chamomile Tea is the best example of what the Nile Delta has to offer. The aroma and flavour of this tea are both lively and calming.
6. Organic Massala Chai Rooibos Tea
Fans of chai tea will definitely want to give the Organic Massala Chai Rooibos Tea a taste. With its flavourful blend of chai and rooibos, this tea has an undeniably original flavour profile that will leave a lasting impression.
7. Pink Lemonade Tea
The perfect tea to refresh the senses and the body, the Pink Lemonade Tea can be enjoyed either hot or cold. With whole raspberries and lemongrass, this is the perfect tea for anyone.
8. Sencha Mobata Tea
Sencha green tea is known as a green tea that has a more refreshing taste when compared to other types of green tea. The Sencha Mobata Tea has vegetal notes that pair wonderfully with notes of pistachios and a chocolaty bitterness.
9. Lush Lavender Blend
This tea is a very popular blend in France. The Lush Lavender Blend tea combines ‘Crème de la Vanille’ Earl Grey with jasmine, lavender and flower petals to create a memorable flavour.
10. Kenya White Rhino Matcha
The tea that is used to make the Kenya White Rhino Matcha tea is grown at a high altitude to create a strong, crisp flavour. This tea is also full of antioxidants and polyphénols.
If you are looking to mix up your loose leaf tea collection, then these 10 teas are a good place to start. Take your loose leaf tea Edmonton experience to a whole new level with the help of Tea Sante.