Photo : radio-Canada/Evelyne Charuest
The second Vancouver Tea Festival held in Vancouver by the Vancouver Tea Society was attended by many Tea Lovers seeking unique, new and ancient tea rituals to broaden experiences in their cups. We had a lovely surprise interview in french with Evelyne Charuest of Radio-Canada about the unique foraged BC Thérroir, mushrooms in tea, growing tea culture in Vancouver and our daily foraging ritual. To hear Stéphanie Roberts of Vancouver Tea Festival, our friends at Wise Monkey with coffee leaf infusions, Tea Sparrow subscription and Isabelle Ranger of Namasthé Tea Co. sharing about foraging for wild ingredients!To hear Stéphanie Roberts of Vancouver Tea Festival, our friends at Wise Monkey with coffee leaf infusions, Tea Sparrow subscription and Isabelle Ranger of Namasthé Tea Co. sharing about foraging for wild ingredients! Listen here
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Delicious wild edibles are unfurling from the forest floor, spring tree tips & beloved bogs. Early bird Stinging Nettles, Sweet Gale catkins, pollen rich Elderflowers, and coniferous vitamin C rich spring tips. Long time Whistler Bartender & pal Fred Lemieux collaborated to create these amazing wild cocktails recipes crafted with foraged botanicals and teas from Namasthé Tea Co.
Fred Lemieux, Cédric Gervais & Isabelle Ranger
The waysides are unfurling beautifully with red flowering currants, Salmonberry flowers and Elderberry shrubs. Elder is awakening from her slumber in fragrant, pollen-rich bundles of blossoms.
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