This June, for National Iced Tea Month, cool off with a glass of refreshing iced tea and celebrate all of the health benefits it has to offer.
Join industry leaders at the annual North American Tea Conference
Raising the bar on what it means to be a Certified TAC TEA SOMMELIER® Professional.
From the hills of Sri Lanka and India to the mountains and valleys of Kenya...
This June help us celebrate Iced Tea Month by posting photos of your favourite iced tea recipe.
Learn more about our producing country members all the while discovering a new way to enjoy old favourites with iced tea recipe inspiration.
It’s easier than you think to brew a cup or pitcher of iced tea at home. Find out how!
Tea drinkers can celebrate because tea is 99.5% water and counts towards your daily fluid intake.
Top health reasons to have more tea in your life.
The first tea shipment to arrive in Canada was imported by the Hudson Bay Company in 1716
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.
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