Regardless of the time of year, so many people these days are looking for the perfect beverage. When it’s hot out they want a beverage that tastes great and cools their body while they soak up the sun; and in winter, they want a delicious drink that will warm them up while they relax on the couch during a snowfall.
Lucky for these people, loose leaf tea checks off all of those boxes. There’s no need to go searching high and low for that perfect beverage because tea can be just about anything you need it to be. A fruity beverage to please your taste buds. A morning pick me up to get you ready for the long day ahead. A drink to calm your senses and relax your mind after a busy day at work. There’s a tea for just about any occasion or situation.
Tea comes from so many different sources from so many different parts of the world, which is what makes it so versatile. From a mountain in China to a forest in Argentina, there are so many types of tea that grow in different countries. This is how you can be presented with so many intriguing options when you walk into a tea shop.
Beyond the exotic flavour options, tea also has many health benefits. From helping with weight loss to improving heart health, tea can help you improve your overall health. At this point, you may be thinking that tea must be some kind of super drink, and we would agree with you. So if you are new to tea or you are looking to expand your tea horizons, we’ve put together this list of the top 6 loose leaf teas in Saskatoon to help you find your next favourite blend.
1. Earl Grey Rooibos
Bringing together two amazing things is usually a good idea, like cookies and cream, peanut butter and jam, and salt and pepper for example. Our Earl Grey Rooibos tea brings together the best features of earl grey and rooibos together to create an aromatic, earthy and unique flavour that you just have to try.
2. Tropical Pina Colada
You may be reading this on a particularly cold day in Canada and thinking about how you wish you could be reading this article on a hot day in the Caribbean. Well we have just the thing to transport you to the tropical beach in your mind. Our Tropical Pina Colada tea bursts with tropical flavours brought to life by the hibiscus petals and pineapple and coconut pieces in this exotic tea.
3. Hot Chocotea
Nothing beats the winter blues like a warm cup of rich Hot Chocotea. Yes, you read that right. It’s chocotea, not chocolate. Our Hot Chocotea is an alluring alternative to regular hot chocolate. This is a luxurious black tea with chamomile petals and chocolate pieces to create a hot chocolate flavour with a unique and intriguing twist.
4. Lime Gelato Tea
Or maybe you’re looking for a versatile tea that you can enjoy when it’s cold outside and when it is warm outside. Well, that’s what the Lime Gelato Tea is for. This tea can be enjoyed either hot or iced, and its flavour evokes the delicious gelatos you get while passing through an Italian piazza. The hibiscus, rosehips, lemon peel, lime pieces, lime leaves, and apples in this tea come together to create a truly unforgettable beverage.
5. Belgian Chocolate Chai
Many people have a difficult time warming up to chai tea because they find it a little too spicy for their palette. Although chai tea in its original form may not be for everyone, we have a variation of chai tea that is for everyone. Our Belgian Chocolate Chai tea softens the intensity of the regular chai flavour with rich and sweet Belgian chocolate. Delicious chocolate mixed with exotic spices? It’s a beautiful combination.
6. Bancha Shizuoka Tea
Rounding out our list is a tea that is a light green tea that has a memorable finish. Our Bancha Shizouka Tea is a Japanese tea that has a subtle flavour and is full of vitamins and nutrients. Do something good for your overall health and taste buds by brewing a hot cup of our Banch Shizuoka Tea.
If you are looking for some of the best loose leaf teas in Saskatoon, this list is a good place to start. From traditional teas to interesting new tea flavours, you can find a variety of delicious teas at Tea Sante. Visit our website at www.teasante.com to explore our tea collection further.