• Lu Ann @ The Cup of Life February 3, 2017 at 1:36 pm

    Nice recap of the Toronto Tea Festival! Sounds like you got some nice deals for walking out spending just $44! I remember last year (or another year) there was a booth that was just a bunch of chaga mushroom stuff and I was not a fan at all. I pretty much did the same as you – sipped it to be polite then tossed it far away so I knew not to try it again this year 😛 lol.

    • Christina February 3, 2017 at 1:54 pm

      Yeah, I’m pretty happy with my haul this year. T By Daniel was the real steal, because he offered 5 packets for $20! Their chai smells amazing.

  • R February 5, 2017 at 10:35 am

    I guess we all have our opinions. The benefits of Chaga tea are outstanding & the flavour is pleasant & rich, you should’ve had it hot. I was never very keen about the T by Daniel though they’re not bad.There was an even better deal at Tea Tang- 4 for $10. The honey didn’t appeal to me either especially with the value & indistinct taste. The Steeped tea was great especially their milk tea.

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