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 Shuswap Infusions Iced Tea instruction is on the bottom of your tin of tin

Pop Star

Tropical Iced Tea 

2oz Malibu

1tsp Honey

top with club soda or sparkling water

garnish with fresh pineapple or mango


Summer Sensation 

Sensation Iced Tea 

2oz Vanilla Vodka

1tsp honey


top with cinnamon


Goddess in a Glass

Goddess Iced Tea 

2oz Blueberry or Raspberry Vodka


1tsp honey


Jack It Up!

Simplicity Iced Tea  

2oz Honey Jack

1tsp sugar/honey

Sugar Cane Rim


Joy Ride

Pleasant Iced Tea

Your choice of rum

1tsp honey


garnish- cinnamon stick and/or cranberries


Peachy Mint

Peachy Lime Mojito Iced Tea

White Rum

Muddle a Few Mint Leaves & 1tsp Sugar 


garnish* fresh mint


Chocolate Mint Chai (after dinner cocktail)

2 heavy tsp Happy Chai Tea

1/2 cup water 

1/2 cup milk

1 tsp cocoa powder

2oz Peppermint Schnapps

Simmer all ingredients on the stove for 10 min. Strain, sweeten to taste, add the Peppermint Schnapps and ENJOY!



Pumpkin Spice Apple Cider

6 cups Apple Cider

2 cups Water

6 tsp Pumpkin Spice Tea

2 cinnamon Sticks

simmer all ingredients in a pot on the stove for 15-20 minutes (or until desired strength). Strain & enjoy! *if you'd like to add a little extra warmth, add your favorite rum or brandy for a holiday cocktail



Peach Infused Pai Mu Tan Cocktail

Peach infused Iced Tea:
6tsp Pai Mu Tan
2 peaches
A few mint leaves
*fill your regular sized juice jug with cold filtered water and let sit overnight in the fridge
*sun tea- follow recipe above but add ice and let sit in the sun for 3-5hours
Cocktail Recipe
1 tsp sugar
A few cubed peach pieces
A couple mint leaves
*muddle in the bottom of your cup
2 oz Vodka
Peach Infused Pai Mu Tan Iced Tea (above)
Top with soda water
*garnish with more peaches and mint
Goddess Gin Bliss
3 tsp organic Pai Mu Tan
3 tsp organic Goddess
A hand full of fresh or frozen mixed berries
*fill your regular sized juice jug with cold filtered water and let sit overnight in the fridge
*sun tea- follow recipe above but add ice and let sit in the sun for 3-5hours
Sweeten (I did 1/2 cup liquid honey)
Cocktail Recipe:
2oz Gin
3/4 cup Goddess iced tea (above)
1/4 cup Ginger Ale
Top with fresh berries and a slice of lime
Green Tea Lemonade
6 tsp Organic Fresh Tea
3 organic lemons (sliced)
2 litres of purified cold water
Refrigerate overnight. In the morning, strain your leaves, sweeten to taste
*garnish with more lemons 
Matcha Green Tea Smoothie
1 tsp Matcha
1 tsp chia seeds
1 tsp hemp hearts
1 cup pure mango juice
1/2 cup ice
1/2 a banana
a few frozen mixed berries
a small handful of spinach 

Tea Gifts

Mother's day gift ideas


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Salmon Arm, BC

  • Askew's Uptown
  • Askew's Downtown
  • Demilles Farm Market      http://www.demillesfarmmarket.com/
  • Inn at the Ninth Hole       http://www.ninthhol.com/
  • Ecotreats
  • Blue Canoe

Merrit, BC

  • Brambles Bakery

Prince George, BC

Chase, BC

  • Craig's Bakery

Kamloops, BC

  • Art Knapps                 http://artknappkamloops.com/
  • Terra Restaurant         http://www.terrarestaurant.net
  • Market Fresh Foods               http://marketfreshfoods.ca/ 
  • Erwins's Bakery    http://www.erwinsbakery.ca/
  • Kamloops Florist
  • Bliss Float Centre
  • Be Teased Restaurant

Kelowna, BC

  • Urban Fare - Mission Park

Scotch Creek, BC

Armstrong, BC

  • Wild Oak Cafe
  • For your eyes only gift gallery
  • Armstrong Flower & Gift Shop

 Victoria, BC

  • Street Level Espresso










Health Benefits

Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

Regarded for thousands of years in the East as a key to good health, happiness, and wisdom, tea has caught the attention of researchers in the West, who are discovering the many health benefits of different types of teas.

Studies have found that some teas may help with cancer, heart disease, and diabetes; encourage weight loss; lower cholesterol; and bring about mental alertness. Tea also appears to have antimicrobial qualities.

“There doesn’t seem to be a downside to tea,” says American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, LD. “I think it’s a great alternative to coffee drinking. First, tea has less caffeine. It’s pretty well established that the compounds in tea – their flavonoids – are good for the heart and may reduce cancer.”

Although a lot of questions remain about how long tea needs to be steeped for the most benefit, and how much you need to drink, nutritionists agree any tea is good tea. Still, they prefer brewed teas over bottled to avoid the extra calories and sweeteners.

Here's a primer to get you started.

Health Benefits of Tea: Green, Black, and White Tea

Tea is a name given to a lot of brews, but purists consider only green tea, black tea, white tea, oolong tea, and pu-erh tea the real thing. They are all derived from the Camellia sinensis plant, a shrub native to China and India, and contain unique antioxidants called flavonoids. The most potent of these, known as ECGC, may help against free radicals that can contribute to cancer, heart disease, and clogged arteries.

All these teas also have caffeine and theanine, which affect the brain and seem to heighten mental alertness.

The more processed the tea leaves, usually the less polyphenol content. Polyphenols include flavonoids. Oolong and black teas are oxidized or fermented, so they have lower concentrations of polyphenols than green tea; but their antioxidizing power is still high.

Here's what some studies have found about the potential health benefits of tea:

  • Green tea: Made with steamed tea leaves, it has a high concentration of EGCG and has been widely studied. Green tea’s antioxidants may interfere with the growth of bladder, breast, lung, stomach, pancreatic, and colorectal cancers; prevent clogging of the arteries, burn fat, counteract oxidative stress on the brain, reduce risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, reduce risk of stroke, and improve cholesterol levels.

  • Black tea: Made with fermented tea leaves, black tea has the highest caffeine content and forms the basis for flavored teas like chai, along with some instant teas. Studies have shown that black tea may protect lungs from damage caused by exposure to cigarette smoke. It also may reduce the risk of stroke.

  • White tea: Uncured and unfermented. One study showed that white tea has the most potent anticancer properties compared to more processed teas.

  • Oolong tea: In an animal study, those given antioxidants from oolong tea were found to have lower bad cholesterol levels. One variety of oolong, Wuyi, is heavily marketed as a weight loss supplement, but science hasn’t backed the claims.

  • Pu-erh tea: Made from fermented and aged leaves. Considered a black tea, its leaves are pressed into cakes. One animal study showed that animals given pu-erh had less weight gain and reduced LDL cholesterol.


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