Health Benefits of Tea

One of the pitfalls of the tea bag industry is how it disconnects the tea drinker with the beverage itself. Open the packet, dunk in a tea bag, and go about your day. Just like our first article, it discredits tea as a healthy beverage. It takes away from the fact that tea (Camellia Sinensis) […]

Tea Tuesdays: Matcha

This week we’re all about Matcha. Matcha has been steadily gaining popularity in Canada, where it has been served both hot and cold, with or without milk. Even with all of the ways Matcha has been re-imagined, it is actually one of the healthiest ways to consume tea. Why? With Matcha you are consuming the […]

What’s the difference?

Have you ever wondered why the price of your favourite tea bag is different than loose leaf tea? Or wondered why your tea bag brew just never tastes the same as that bag of loose leaf tea you picked up? The difference in price and quality comes down to the two different manufacturing methods. Crush […]

Tea Tuesdays: First Flush Darjeeling

For the first Tea Tuesdays post I am highlighting one of my current favourites, a First Flush Darjeeling. Teas from Darjeeling, India are often referred to as the champagne of teas. Just like the strict rules protecting Champagne produced exclusively in Champagne, France, Darjeeling tea also shares the same labelling requirements. Darjeeling tea is protected […]

Pop Up Tea Station at Sudo Labs

Data Analytics for Everyone meets tea for everyone. This past weekend we had a pop up tea station serving tea to all attendees, volunteers, and staff at one of Sudo Labs monthly workshops.

Breaking Expectations

Perhaps there is nothing more frustrating than seeing all tea lumped into the same category, with the plant being as diverse as it is…