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3 Biggest Mistakes When Making Green Tea…

“It’s not easy being green” – Kermit the Frog 3 Biggest Mistakes When Making Green Tea… 1.  Use Boiling Water Green tea (& white!) is way more delicate than black…so boiling your water actually scalds the leaves, resulting in a bitter taste. Instead, boil your water, and then let it cool for 2-3 minutes before pouring...

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    Planning an outdoor tea party? Two words – Mother. Nature.

    Spring is right around the corner and with it comes a bustling tea party season in full bloom! There are so many exciting occasions and milestones to celebrate this time of year and an outdoor tea party can be the perfect theme for your special event.   Here’s the thing. I love the “idea” of an...

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      “Tea for Ta-Tas” Fundraiser!

      Thank you to everyone who attended or generously donated to our 2nd Annual “Tea for Ta-Ta’s” event! I’m thrilled to announce that we raised another $2,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society, which will help support the one in two Canadians who will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. As always, an event like this...

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        The Vintage Teacup Club

        Such a perfect morning to snuggle up with a good book! I read “The Vintage Teacup Club” by Vanessa Greene and really enjoyed it. It was an easy read about some of my favourite things…great female friends supporting each other through life’s challenges, bonding over a delicious cup of tea, and the thrill of the...

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          The Tea Girl…

          I just finished reading an amazing book called “The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane” by Lisa See. It was such an interesting read and I loved that it combined two of my biggest passions…tea and adoption. A powerful story that was beautifully written and had me captivated from beginning to end. I’ll definitely be reading...

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            Shelley Oleanders

            Some of my absolute favourites…Shelley Oleander teacups. Each vintage beauty is an exquisite little sculpture and I love them to bits! I’ve added several more to my personal collection since this photo was taken and I’m still on the hunt for a few more! These beauties don’t make it into the rental pool given that...

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              Tea for Ta-Tas!

              On September 24th, 2017, I hosted a “Tea for Ta-Tas” fundraising event for breast cancer as the “unofficial” launch of my new business. There were 72 amazing ladies in attendance and all proceeds were donated to the Canadian Cancer Society via CIBC’s Run for the Cure. I’m so proud that we raised $2,200.00 that afternoon while...

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                Welcome to Tea with Tracie!

                Thank you so much for stopping by and it’s lovely to meet you. I’m very excited to announce the launch of my website! I’ve never created anything like this before so I’m feeling pretty proud of how it’s turned out and would welcome your feedback! I’m also relatively new to social media and brand new to...

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