Lapsang Souchong Organic

Not for the faint of heart! Lapsang Souchong Is a tea with a full-bodied, smoky flavour and a redish liquor. It is most frequently drank by ‘Lapsangers’ on a cold damp winter's night. The leaves are roasted in a bamboo basket called a honglong which is heated over burning firewood and contributes to the dried smoky aroma and flavour. Pinewood is used as the firewood and contains the characteristic resin aroma and taste. This tea seems to have appeal to drinkers on a cold damp night and is most popular in the colder weather.

Chai Americaine

Very popular blend with a strong cinnamon taste. It is chocked full of black tea, cloves, cardamom, orange peels, flavour and lots of warming cinnamon for those chilly fall days. Cuddle up to our Chai Americaine. To make 1 serving with milk, bring 8 ounces of milk close to a boil, (not boiling) add a […]

Quinoa Burgers

Make these meatless burgers as spicy as you like. Adjust the Sriracha Chili Sauce to your liking. The Smokey Taco seasoning mix along with cooking the quinoa in Lapsang Souchong Tea gives the burgers a slight smokey flavour. .

Banana Oat Pancakes or Waffles

These super easy to make pancakes or waffles are a great addition to a healthy breakfast or all on their own. Just throw all the ingredients into a blender and go from there. You just have to make the tea a little ahead of time to allow it to cool before using.

Chocolate Chia Pudding

A dairy free chocolate pudding to help satisfy your chocolate cravings without all the artificial ingredients in the boxed pudding. Using cacao powder instead of cocoa powder and some dates and banana as a sweetener makes this a better dessert choice.

London Fog

Turn your traditional breakfast Earl Grey into a creamy, sweet dessert like drink. Using our Earl Grey Crème adds an extra bit of creaminess.

Cheddar Quick Bread

A very moist bread with a cheesy savory taste. A hint of smokiness can be tasted from the Lapsang Souchong TEA. Fill the house with the smell of baked bread.