Christina is a writer and editor in Toronto who reads lots of books, drinks lots of tea, and hoards both. By day, she works with companies to create user-friendly content, websites and apps, but in her spare time she reads submissions for the Hugo-award-winning Lightspeed Magazine. Check out her blog www.booksandtea.ca where she reviews — what else? — books and tea.
Downton Abbey may have made having high tea all the rage, but you don’t have to dress like Countess Violet to tuck in for some creamy Earl Grey. There are plenty of cafés, shops, and restaurants across Toronto that are offering casual high tea experiences that are just as scrumptious as their fancier counterparts. Here are some places you can sip without having to put your pinkie up!
The 4th annual Toronto Tea Festival is coming up this weekend at the Toronto Reference Library. Whether you’re an aficionado who wants to learn more about authentic tea ceremonies or a new convert looking for ways to get your caffeine buzz on, this event is all about tea leaf love. Check out these vendors from across the GTA who will have their blissful brews on offer.
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