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Tea & Coffee Blog

  • Iced Canadian Tea Latte: A Festive Brew for Canada Day

    Ingredients for Iced Canadian Tea LatteCelebrate the summer and Canada 150 with a delicious cup of Iced Canadian Tea Latte! Here's what you need to get started:

    • Murchie's Canadian Breakfast Tea
    • Sugar or maple syrup
    • Milk or non-dairy substitute of your choice
    • Ice

     

    This recipe is for one serving, but it's easy to double up or even make a pitcher! Remember, all proportions can be modified to your taste.

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  • Celebrating Canada 150

    Every summer on Canada Day, Murchie’s celebrates our nation and our home province of British Columbia. However, 2017 is a very special year – it is Canada’s sesquicentennial: the 150th anniversary of our country’s founding. To mark this occasion we created a limited edition tea called Canada 150 Blend.

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  • All About Iced Tea

    Iced TeaThe iced tea you find in stores is often full of sugar and preservatives (and low quality tea). Making your own is simple, healthy and cost effective. Plus there’s tons of room to explore and try new combinations with fruit juice, alternative sweeteners and even alcohol.

    Learn more about basic brewing methods (Cold Infusion or Hot Brew & Chill), and then take your home-made iced teas to the next level!
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  • A Guide to Green & Black Blends

    Green-black blends have been a Murchie’s tradition since our founder John Murchie first blended Queen Victoria’s 6 favourite teas into our still-popular Queen Victoria Blend. Each green-black blend is designed to emphasize a different flavour note, such as bergamot, citrus, florals, muscatel or smoke. These blends tend to be smooth and easy to drink without milk or sugar, but most can be brewed strong enough to take milk very well.

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