Tea Blog

Getting to Know Tea

Published on Mar 7, 2018

Category: tea 101

When you hear the word “tea”, what comes to mind? For most people it’s visions of grocery store tea bags or a pot of Red Rose on their grandmother’s stovetop, but there is so much more to those three little letters than we realize.

DIY Black tea & sugar body scrub

Published on Dec 15, 2017

Category: Signature Black, DIY

Earl Grey Sugar Plum Pie

Published on Dec 1, 2017


A Tea and Cheese pairing with Sloane Tea

Published on Nov 18, 2017


Sloane Perfectly Pear Magic Potion

Published on Oct 27, 2017


Celebration medley infused cranberry sauce

Published on Oct 5, 2017

‘Teas the season for warm family moments by the fireside, long walks with the cool crunch of red and orange leaves underfoot, and hot cups of tea of course! We can’t help but love all of the traditions that come with autumn, and there’s one in particular we can’t wait to celebrate this weekend: Thanksgiving!

A study of sweetness - sugar 101

Published on Sep 27, 2017

Category: sugar, tea time

When it comes to tea, there are all sorts of preferences: to add milk or not? Do we add it first or last? Sugar or honey? Or to add something sweet at all for that matter?

Blended Iced Chai 

Published on Sep 15, 2017

While travelling on a Sloane Tea sourcing trip in India, our founder Hoda was introduced to a delicious and refreshing recipe that we just had to share before summer is through!

sloane's ss/17 soiree round up

Published on Aug 31, 2017

Category: Events



Published on Aug 21, 2017

Category: recipe


Hello Matcha! How much do you know about the goodness of Matcha? We’re huge fans of this extremely special tea, and we figured it was about time we introduce you!

Matcha’s vibrant green colour, rich antioxidants and delicious flavour have made it a hot foodie trend in recent years. Unlike any other green tea, its powdered form makes it highly unique for consumption and yields a very different sipping experience. To break down the process: high quality, shade grown Japanese tea leaves are stone ground into a fine powder and thus the leaves themselves are consumed rather than just steeped, amplifying the amazing green tea health benefits we all know and love.