Tea

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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Salty caramel

A treat that will make you forget your daily life little disappointments such as: convenience store sandwiches, American politics and "yes men" people.

C$8.50 C$0.17
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Tireless mint

Enjoy it in iced tea version laying down on the beach. If you don’t have a beach nearby, I’m very sorry for you.

C$8.50 C$0.17
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Vanilla cloud

For me, vanilla is a childhood memory, sweetness and comfort. Take this opportunity to do down memory lane, with some cookies of course.

C$8.00 C$0.16
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English Breakfast bio

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

C$6.50 C$0.13
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Thé Rose

To bring out the flowery notes, add a cloud of milk or cream. Keep calm. And carry on.

C$7.50 C$0.15
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Organic Hangover

Ideal after a family dinner or party, either from punch or your anty’s rum mix to the extra late-night sausages poutine.

C$8.00 C$0.16
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Matcha Chaï (50g)

If you repeat the word "Matcha Chai" over and over again, you will get a great latina song.

C$650.00 C$13.00
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Feng Shui

Before changing your lounge orientation, drink a cup of Feng Shui. Your back will thank you.

C$9.00 C$0.18
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Lavender earl grey

This Earl Gray suits those wishing to practice their Provencal accent. It’s particularly good with a Marcel Pagnol movie, followed by a petanque match.

C$7.50 C$0.15
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Flu buster

Better safe than sorry. Before "grumbling like a monster", trust the powers of ginger and do not underestimate the hours of sleep.

C$8.00 C$0.16
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Berry good

Enjoy the antioxidant benefits of these delicious berries after spending the day outdoors. It’s healthy and much better than a plate of tofu.

C$8.00 C$0.16
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