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King Cole Tea Two Cup Teabags King Cole Orange Pekoe Tea
Two Cup Teabags
60 teabags


Price:
CDN$39.95 / 4 Packages
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Price: $199.00 CDN per case of 24 pkgs. of King Cole Teabags (60s)
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King Cole Tea Two Cup Teabags King Cole Orange Pekoe Tea
Loose Leaf Tea
454g (1 lb)


Price:
CDN$49.95 / 4 packages
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line King Cole tea is produced in Atlantic Canada and enjoyed by Newfoundlanders.

Make the perfect cup of tea Hot tea
  • Start with fresh-drawn cold water and bring to a rolling boil.
  • Warm the teapot to help keep your tea hot longer.
  • Use one teabag for each two cups of tea desired. Be sure to choose a quality blend! Or Add one teaspoon of loose tea for each cup and if brewing a full pot add one teaspoon for the pot.
  • When the water has boiled take the warmed teapot to the kettle and pour over the teabags (or loose tea). Cover and let steep for 3 to 5 minutes.
  • Remember, only boiling water will bring out the maximum flavour from the tea leaf.
Antioxidants
A growing body of research indicates that the tannins in tea are naturally-occurring flavonoids that have strong antioxidant properties. Drinking tea is a natural and pleasant way to increase dietary intake of antioxidants.

There is mounting evidence that suggests that antioxidant-rich foods may play a role in reducing the risk of certain cancers, heart disease and stroke.

At the second International Symposium on Tea and Human Health, held in Washington D.C. in September 1998, researchers indicated that black and green tea have comparable health benefits and that adding milk to tea, does not inhibit the body’s ability to benefit from the antioxidants in brewed tea.

Natural, Calorie-Free
Tea is an all-natural beverage, containing no additives, no artificial flavourings or colours. When tea is enjoyed without milk or sugar it has no calories and it's a tasty way to increase fluid intake during the day.

Caffeine
Tea contains 2-to-3 times less caffeine than coffee. According to the Food Guide Facts, a component of Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating, moderate daily intake of up to 400 to 450 mg of caffeine is within the recommended limit for most people. This represents an average of 10 to 12 cups of tea per day. Caffeine levels may vary depending on the type of tea (origins, growing conditions, etc.) or brewing time. Generally however, a 170 ml (6 ounces) cup of tea contains an average of 34 mg of caffeine.

The information about the possible health benefits of tea presented on this Web site is not intended to replace the advice of a physician, dietitian or nutritionist. If you have any questions on your health, please consult your health professional.


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