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Earl Grey

Enjoy an afternoon Earl Gray with your beautiful British accent and small cucumber sandwiches.

C$7.00 C$0.14
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Scented pomelo

We strongly suggest you try it in iced version for a maximum springtime grapefruity effect. Easier to maintain than a basil plant.

C$8.00 C$0.16
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American chaï

Sugar craving? Add some, and a bit of milk to this brew for a pleasant cinnamon cloud.

C$7.50 C$0.15
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Blueberry mango

Are you sleep deprived and being a little emotional? Brew yourself a cup of Blueberry mango, it will help you relax and prevent you from sobbing on a chik flick …

C$11.00 C$0.22
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Carambola

Looking for a change? Before going to your hairdresser and making a hasty decision, try this carambola tea. Simply refreshing!

C$8.50 C$0.17
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Lapsang Souchong

Excellent at mealtime, Lapsang Souchong can also be used in cooking. Mix it with the cooking juices of a grilled chicken or roasted veal, you’ll thank me later.

C$8.00 C$0.16
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An evening with Monsieur T.

Containing very little caffeine, this tea is perfect for relaxing. It fits very well with a good TV series and a soft couch.

C$9.50 C$0.19
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English Breakfast bio

A tea to wake you up the “English aristocratic way”: it's time to eat crumpets for lunch and wear your nicest hat.

C$6.50 C$0.13
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Chill out

Sweat pants, a not-so-smart movie and a cup of Holly peace are all you need for a moment of pure relaxation.

C$7.50 C$0.15
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Key lime pie

Bathroom scrubbing, paying your taxes, asking for a raise: whatever your feat, Key lime pie offers you a reward worthy of the name.

C$7.50 C$0.15
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Chocolat fondue

This tea is a perfect nocturnal sweet cravings satisfaction. Excellent with milk, maple syrup and a good b&w film.

C$11.00 C$0.22
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Cream earl grey

Sometimes we're ready for some change, but without being quite ready to let go of our classics. Here's a great way to get out of your comfort zone without compromise.

C$7.50 C$0.15
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