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You’ve Never Sipped Tea Like This Before

By August 14, 2019 No Comments

We already know of coffee shops, cocktail bars and bad ass caesars that are close to Workhaus, but what about tea shops? And not just any tea, we’re interested in some unique blends that will put a little pep in your step.

Ever heard of cheese foam tea? Interested in crafting your very own loose leaf brew? We’ve got all that and more right in our very own hood.

Sounds tea-riffic.

DAVIDsTEA
100 King Street W, First Canadian Place
Recommendation: Ice Tea
Closest Workhaus Location: Loft on Bay, 350 Bay Street

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Canadian born and Canadian bred, DAVIDsTEA is a slice of tea Heaven wrapped in every mug. We recommend their ice tea as it’s the perfect drink to indulge in during these hot summer days.

Yang Tea Shop
183 Dundas W
Recommendation: Make Your Own Loose Leaf Tea
Closest Workhaus Location:  Dundas, 180 Dundas Street

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Sometimes, the only way to do something right is if you do it yourself, and that’s just what Yang Tea’s Shop offers with their ‘make your own’ tea bar.

Icha Tea
235 Spadina Ave
Recommendation: Cheese Foam Tea
Closest Workhaus Location:  Spadina, 215 Spadina Avenue

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You heard it correctly, cheese tea. Yep, it’s a thing, and it’s surprisingly taking over the market. Cheese tea is cold tea topped with a foamy layer of milk, cream cheese and salt. Interested? Try it, we dare you.

Chatime Atealier
100 King Street W, First Canadian Place
Recommendation: Tea Smoothies & Slushes
Closest Workhaus Location: Loft on Bay, 350 Bay Street

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I’m sure the first thing you think of when someone says tea isn’t a smoothie, but that’s just what Chatime Atealier does with their menu. And it’s worth a taste.

What’s your go-to tea shop?