Why Loose Leaf Tea Never Loses

Why Loose Leaf Tea Never Loses

To bag or not to bag, that is the question…. that tea lovers have been debating for years, but not one that goes as far back as Shakespeare. Although their exact origin is debatable, tea bags are a relatively recent invention coming from the early 1900s....
The Irish Breakfast Tea Story

The Irish Breakfast Tea Story

Few things are better to wake up to than a warm, full bodied cup of tea. A strong dose of caffeine wrapped in a bold flavour. With a population that consumes between four and six cups per person a day, Ireland is second only to Turkey in having the highest tea...
Eco Friendly Ideas for Your Used Tea

Eco Friendly Ideas for Your Used Tea

At myteabox.ca we’re about keeping our tea Green, capital G! From selecting responsible providers to using biodegradable materials, we’re always looking for ways to best protect and preserve our planet, while providing you with our delicious steeps! In addition to our...
The Mother of Tea: Camellia Sinensis

The Mother of Tea: Camellia Sinensis

Said to be the most popular drink in the world, tea has played a part in civilization since the beginning. For many of us, nothing hits the spot like a cup’a tea. All tea lovers have that special, favourite steep… at least until their new favourite is discovered. The...
Host a Virtual Tea Party

Host a Virtual Tea Party

From High Tea in Buckingham Palace, to mother-daughter springtime celebrations, to a toddler’s spree attended by stuffed animals — Tea Parties are arguably the most classic celebration of all time. Marrying the old and the new, we’re hoping to inspire you to...