Tag: David’s Tea

DAVIDsTEA’s holiday collection is here!

The DavidsTea holiday collection is finally here! This year, the collection has a fun Nordic Christmas sweater vibe.

There are a few new toasty teas for you to sip, here are my favourites:

Gingerbread Blondie is a caffeine-free herbal tea has notes of ginger and warming spice with little gingerbread men and star-shaped sprinkles.

Glitter Chai combines two of my favourite things This tea features black tea, gold caramel pieces and spices of ginger, cinnamon and clove.

Satsuma spice cake Is a low caffeine black tea with sweet caramel and zesty Satsuma orange. (more…)

Cool down with David’s Tea

There’s nothing more refreshing than a cold glass of iced tea in the summer. David’s Tea has several new summer tropical tea collections that are bursting with flavour and colour- just like summer!

For those of you who like a little bit of a kick with your tea, the Tea Cocktail kit is right up your alley. A cute plastic shaker is filled with 5 different loose leaf teas, fruity coasters and little cocktail umbrellas. Coco Colada, Lychee Bellini, Moscow Mule, Sparkling Sangria and Rosé All Day are ready to be explored. (more…)

DavidsTEA Holiday Collection


I have an unabashed love for DavidsTea that cannot be quelled. In particular, the fall and winter collection are my favourite! This year, the holiday collection did not disappoint. Gold dipped mugs, beautiful star shaped boxes and delicious teas makes this collection perfect. (more…)

David’s Tea Summer Collection

I love to drink tea. It’s my beverage of choice. However…something about summer has me drinking my tea reluctantly.

Waking up in the morning to humid temperatures, and then drinking a piping hot drink suddenly loses its appeal.

Luckily, I received a mystery package that was full of the new limited edition David’s Summer Iced Tea collection.


The Summer Collection packs five deliciously fruity teas into one box. I tried Mango Fruit Punch, Tropicalia and Pink Passionfruit,  Mint Julep and Coconut Grove.

To make these refreshing teas, steep as usual with hot water for 7 to 8 minutes. To cool it down, you can pop it in the fridge, or add ice cubes.

These iced teas are easy to prepare in advance for patio parties or entertaining. You can add fun elements like mint leaves or agave to sweeten it up.

My favourite tea was Mango Fruit Punch.  The major flavour here is pineapple and mango, tempered with slices of oranges and tangerines and strawberries. Yum!


The Summer Collection is available at all David’s Tea locations for a limited time…and is a great way to squeeze the most out of summer!


Fall is perfect for tea!

Something about fall makes me want to curl up with a giant cup of tea. Especially with this wet, rainy weather! David’s Tea is one of the best places in the city to sip, smell and experience new flavours of tea. The following flavours are part of their Fall collection and were created with the outdoors in mind.

Toasted Marshmallow is a black tea with marshmallow, brittle pieces, cinnamon, allspice and roasted kukicha green tea. I really want to try this one!

This Pumpkin Chai tea is my favourite fall tea from David’s. It’s a black tea made with cinnamon, cloves, lemon peel, squash, carrot, caramel bits and pumpkin candies. It is a spicy, energetic tea.

Banana nut bread is a sweet herbal tea comprised of dates, currants, almonds and banana pieces and slices. Sounds relaxing!

This tea set also includes Persian Apple and Indian Summer tea. Click here to find out more!

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