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Prince Edward Lavender

Pluck Tea

Sizes Available: Loose Leaf - 12 Servings, 80 Servings, 200 Servings Floral and grassy, with a hint of ginger. Sun drenched lavender grown and dried in Prince Edward County Ontario features in this signature Pluck tea. Delicious hot, or served over ice with a drizzle of honey and a lemon wedge. Fun fact: this was a tea that HRH Prince Charles and Camilla enjoyed on their most recent trip to Canada. Link to that story here. Traditional Preparation: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer. Steep in 8-12 oz freshly boiled water that has been allowed to cool for 5 minutes. Delicious on its own, or lightly sweetened. Enjoy hot with a drizzle of honey, or serve over ice for an incredibly elegant iced tea. -- The Health Benefits of Green Tea: Whether you like it hot or cold, green tea is one of the healthiest beverages that you can drink. Each leaf is brimming with four types of catechins: epigallocatechin, epicatechin-3-gallate, and EGCG - each with their own host of health benefits. When you steep these leaves in hot water these catechizes are released, infusing it with antioxidants. When harvested, green tea leaves are pan fired or steamed to prevent fermentation. It's this steaming process that preserves the natural polyphenols in the leaf. But that's not all, green tea contains brain boosting L-theanine, which is believed to help boost GABA, dopamine and serotonin levels. Studies have linked L-theanine consumption to increased mental focus, attention and reaction time. In addition, drinking tea has been associated with lowering the risk of degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimers and dementia. Green Tea Has Been Linked To: Improved dental health, including reducing sensitivity, plaque build-up and bad breath An increase in bone density and protection against fractures Fighting off free radicals, disease and reducing overall cell damage Improved cardiovascular health, including helping to lower blood pressure Slowing down the natural aging process of the brain Increased focus and a better sleep Helping to maintain a healthy weight Brewing Tip (Beware of Burnt Leaves): Do you find green tea a bit too bitter? It may not be the tea, but instead, the way that you're brewing it. Boiling water can burn these delicate leaves, killing off their natural sweetness, and leaving you with a pot full of bitter leaves.

Chocolate Pu-Erh

Pluck Tea

Sizes Available: Loose Leaf - 12 Servings, 80 Servings, 200 Servings The healthiest hot chocolate out there! Pu-Erh is an aged black tea from the Yunnan region of China. This earthy and rich tea is blended with freshly roasted cacao shells from Toronto's Chocosol. A calorie - free hot chocolate, full of goodness. Traditional Preparation: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer. Steep in 8-12 oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Delicious on its own, or lightly sweetened. This tea can be steeped 2-3 times. Enjoy! Hot Latte Recipe: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer. Steep in 4-6 oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Add hot steamed milk of your choice. (Dairy, nut, oat, etc) Iced Chocolate Pu-Erh Milk Tea Recipe: Steep 2 tsp of this tea in 6oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. At this point you can chill the tea in the freezer for 10 minutes (remove tea leaves first) or pour into a glass over ice slowly. (The ice will partially dissolve) Add chilled milk of your choice and enjoy! Delicious with a drizzle of chocolate sauce. 100% natural ingredients, blended and packed in Canada: Black Tea, Roasted Cacao Shells. -- The Health Benefits of Black Tea Black tea is brimming with goodness. The naturally occurring flavonoids in black teas act as antioxidants. These are compounds that prevent cell damage by neutralizing free radicals. Cell damage has been linked to many chronic diseases including cancer and cardiovascular disease. Tea is simply loaded with antioxidants - in fact two cups of tea contain the antioxidant levels of seven glasses of orange juice, or four apples! While tea does contain caffeine (around 25 to 34mg per serving, far less than coffee) this caffeine is bundled with several compounds that work to prevent an energy "˜spike' and promote a gentler, extended "˜lift' to help sustain energy and focus throughout the day. Black tea has been linked to: Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke) through improved cholesterol levels and reduced cell damage Providing some protective benefits against cancer through antioxidants Immune system strength - tea contains theanine, a unique amino acid that supports the immune system, helping our bodies defend against infections, bacteria, and viruses. In one clinical trial, participants who consumed five cups of black tea daily for two to four weeks experienced a 2x - 4x increase in interferon in their immune cells. Bone strength and oral health. Tea is a natural source of fluoride which helps protect tooth enamel, and studies have shown that habitual tea drinkers had healthy bone mineral density in later life. Kidney stone prevention - a recent study found that for every eight ounce cup of tea female participants drank daily, their risk of developing these painful stones decreased by eight percent. (Participants had no history of stones) Another study showed a decreased risk of 14% in men. With all these benefits going for it, it's no wonder that tea is the second most frequently consumed beverage in the world. Enjoy it hot or over ice, any time you need a healthful lift to your day.

Earl Grey Cream

Pluck Tea

Loose Leaf - 12 Servings, 80 Servings, 200 Servings Compostable Tea Bags - 15, 20, 50 This distinctive and delicious remix of traditional Earl Grey is our top selling tea. Featuring a soft bergamot character, creamy vanilla bean finish, and a full bodied black tea flavour - this blend is a standout. A perfect dairy - free alternative for Earl Grey lovers who would traditionally add a splash of milk - this tea is delicious and smooth on it's own. Traditional Preparation: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer (or use one tea bag). Steep in 8-12 oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Delicious on its own, or with milk. Enjoy! Hot Latte Recipe: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer (or use one tea bag). Steep in 4-6 oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Add hot steamed milk of your choice. (Dairy, nut, oat, etc) Leave the tea bag in for a stronger brew if desired. Iced Earl Grey Cream Latte Recipe: Steep 2 tsp (or two tea bags) of this tea in 6oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Sweeten if desired, while warm. At this point you can chill the tea in the freezer for 10 minutes (remove tea leaves or tea bags first) or pour into a glass over ice slowly. (The ice will partially dissolve) Add chilled milk of your choice and enjoy! Delicious with a drizzle of lavender syrup. 100% natural ingredients, blended and packed in Canada: Black tea, Cornflower petals, Natural flavour -- The Health Benefits of Black Tea Black tea is brimming with goodness. The naturally occurring flavonoids in black teas act as antioxidants. These are compounds that prevent cell damage by neutralizing free radicals. Cell damage has been linked to many chronic diseases including cancer and cardiovascular disease. Tea is simply loaded with antioxidants - in fact two cups of tea contain the antioxidant levels of seven glasses of orange juice, or four apples! While tea does contain caffeine (around 25 to 34mg per serving, far less than coffee) this caffeine is bundled with several compounds that work to prevent an energy "˜spike' and promote a gentler, extended "˜lift' to help sustain energy and focus throughout the day. Black tea has been linked to: Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke) through improved cholesterol levels and reduced cell damage Providing some protective benefits against cancer through antioxidants Immune system strength - tea contains theanine, a unique amino acid that supports the immune system, helping our bodies defend against infections, bacteria, and viruses. In one clinical trial, participants who consumed five cups of black tea daily for two to four weeks experienced a 2x - 4x increase in interferon in their immune cells. Bone strength and oral health. Tea is a natural source of fluoride which helps protect tooth enamel, and studies have shown that habitual tea drinkers had healthy bone mineral density in later life. Kidney stone prevention - a recent study found that for every eight ounce cup of tea female participants drank daily, their risk of developing these painful stones decreased by eight percent. (Participants had no history of stones) Another study showed a decreased risk of 14% in men. With all these benefits going for it, it's no wonder that tea is the second most frequently consumed beverage in the world. Enjoy it hot or over ice, any time you need a healthful lift to your day.

Just Peachy

Pluck Tea

Loose Leaf - 12 Servings, 80 Servings, 200 Servings One of our top selling black teas, this delicious, soft, and fruity infusion features a full black tea character layered with luscious ripe peaches. Served hot or cold, this tea is divine with milk (think peaches and cream!) but is perfect on its own. Traditional Preparation: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer (or use one tea bag). Steep in 8-12 oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Delicious on its own, or lightly sweetened with or without milk. Enjoy! Iced Just Peachy Tea Recipe: Steep 2 tsp (or two tea bags) of this tea in 6oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Sweeten while warm, if desired. At this point you can chill the tea in the freezer for 10 minutes (remove tea leaves or tea bags first) or pour into a glass over ice slowly. (The ice will partially dissolve) Tip: Try using frozen peach slices instead of ice cubes to boost flavour and prevent dilution. 100% natural ingredients, blended and packed in Canada: Black tea, Papaya pieces, Blackberry leaves, Apricot, Peach pieces, Calendula, Sunflower petals, Natural flavour - The Health Benefits of Black Tea Black tea is brimming with goodness. The naturally occurring flavonoids in black teas act as antioxidants. These are compounds that prevent cell damage by neutralizing free radicals. Cell damage has been linked to many chronic diseases including cancer and cardiovascular disease. Tea is simply loaded with antioxidants - in fact two cups of tea contain the antioxidant levels of seven glasses of orange juice, or four apples! While tea does contain caffeine (around 25 to 34mg per serving, far less than coffee) this caffeine is bundled with several compounds that work to prevent an energy "˜spike' and promote a gentler, extended "˜lift' to help sustain energy and focus throughout the day. Black tea has been linked to: Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke) through improved cholesterol levels and reduced cell damage Providing some protective benefits against cancer through antioxidants Immune system strength - tea contains theanine, a unique amino acid that supports the immune system, helping our bodies defend against infections, bacteria, and viruses. In one clinical trial, participants who consumed five cups of black tea daily for two to four weeks experienced a 2x - 4x increase in interferon in their immune cells. Bone strength and oral health. Tea is a natural source of fluoride which helps protect tooth enamel, and studies have shown that habitual tea drinkers had healthy bone mineral density in later life. Kidney stone prevention - a recent study found that for every eight ounce cup of tea female participants drank daily, their risk of developing these painful stones decreased by eight percent. (Participants had no history of stones) Another study showed a decreased risk of 14% in men. With all these benefits going for it, it's no wonder that tea is the second most frequently consumed beverage in the world. Enjoy it hot or over ice, any time you need a healthful lift to your day.
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