Canadian Coffee and Tea Show 2015
  • New Blog Post: All About Caffeine

    Many Canadians reach for their favourite caffeinated beverage for a temporary energy boost or to elevate their mood… and for many that means a delicious and healthy cup of TEA.

  • Fall Certification Examinations

    Are you ready to become a Certified TAC TEA SOMMELIER™/℠ Professional? Eligible students can now register for fall exams being held in Vancouver and Toronto.

  • Upcoming Online Education Sessions

    Join us online this Summer! Deadline to register is July 19.

  • Tea Types & Steeping Instructions

    Tea comes from the plant Camellia sinensis, a warm-weather evergreen. Tea is grown around the world in thousands of estates or tea gardens, resulting in thousands of flavorful variations.

  • Salad with Earl Grey Tea Vinaigrette

    Deep, rich-tasting tea is the perfect ingredient to take the place of fat in salad dressings and marinades.

  • 2014 Canadian Tea Fact Sheet & Trends

    Next to water, tea is the world’s most consumed beverage and outpaces coffee. In 2014, the Canadian tea market in Grocery Stores was worth $403 million.

Event and Course Calendar

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