It's so important for all of us in the F&B industry to minimise our impact on the planet. Here are four easy-to-implement ways you can make your tea service a little more sustainable.
Of course your main focus is to serve food and wine, so why would just a few cups of tea a day be important?
Dominik Jurasz is a qualified tea sommelier and Head of Teas at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, winner of The Afternoon Tea Awards ‘Best Tea Service 2019’, he shares his top tips for creating a
Canton is proud to distribute Marco Beverage Systems award-winning water delivery and brewing systems.
You're brewing tea and want the best from the leaf. Follow these three golden rules which will make or break your infusion. We call them the three T's.
Hold on to your swizzle stick, it's tea-infused spirits and syrups that are set to be the 2020 cocktail trend. Hell, we figured as much, so we're happy to see it confirmed by the Kimpton Hotels
Our Canton twist on everyone's favourite whisk(e)y cocktail, featuring our winter seasonal blend, Wild Vietnamese Cinnamon.
Our gorgeous seasonal winter blend of black tea and cinnamon is harvested from wild trees growing side by side in the mountain forests of Vietnam.
Offering retail tea is a super simple way to bring in extra revenue for your cafe and could actually help you build a regular customer base.
Our best selling loose teas are now available in retail tins so your customers can take their favourite teas home.
Canton's pyramid teabags have always been and will always be plastic-free!
A fabulous, sustainable tea cocktail by #Cantonpartner Foundation Coffee House.
A Japanese twist on the classic Italian dessert. Unctuous savoury matcha balanced with sweet, creamy vanilla ice cream.
Our refreshing alcohol-free alternative to the classic gin and tonic, with a Mediterranean twist.
The story of Obubu starts with its founder and lead farmer, Akihiro Kita, or “Akky”. Akky is the dancing wonder of Obubu. A tiny Japanese man who looks so unassuming but can lift 100kg of tea over
The newest summer drink creation from Canton which ticks all the boxes.
A bright and refreshing crowd pleaser from the Canton Summer Drinks Guide.
Did you know that the Canton Tea Co name has been around for more than 170 years? Above is a pic of the St Louis, Missouri outlet in the late eighteenth century. There's a Canton Avenue in St
Our top five tips for boosting your afternoon tea sales during the Chinese Golden Week holiday.
Our handy barista guide to for recommending the right dairy-free milk alternatives with your teas this Veganuary.
Add a festive twist to your tea menu or offer a delicious non-alcoholic alternative to mulled wine with our incredibly simple Mulled Canton Berry and Hibiscus recipe.
Christmas gifting is covered with a stunning range of tea caddies from The Wolseley.
This year the price of Madagascan vanilla, a key component in Canton Chocolate Noir tea, briefly exceeded the price of silver. This presented us with a dilemma- should we compromise on quality in
Black, oolong, green and white tea all originate from the same plant, the Camellia sinensis. However, each tea style has a different look, taste and chemical content due to the way it is processed.
Is there plastic in Canton teabags? NO. After the media revelation earlier in the year that many teabags contain plastic, we’ve had a number of people ask us if Canton pyramid teabags contain
Hot on the heels of announcing our tea partnership with The Wolseley, we have collaborated on a new tea concept: the Canton Sparkling Tea.
In anticipation of 'Afternoon Tea Week' next week (that's an entire week dedicated to all things related to afternoon tea) we've chosen a few of our favourite places to enjoy a delicious afternoon
Always keen to be open-minded and innovative, we jumped at the chance to collaborate with our good friends Moor Beer, original pioneers of the craft beer in the UK and the 2017 Guild of Beer
In an exciting new partnership, Canton Tea is now served at The Wolseley, Piccadilly, and Café Wolseley, at Bicester Village.
A simple introduction to Chinese green tea; its history, how it's grown and produced, and the different green tea varieties available.
Alongside looking so much better, the new packaging for our loose tea, pyramid teabags and individually-wrapped pyramid teabags is better value, more practical and has less plastic than before.
Five of our favourite hotels around the country well worth a visit, for many more reasons than just because they offer a lovely cup of Canton.
We’re excited to be joining Marco Beverage Systems at World of Coffee in Amsterdam this week. Our founders Jennifer and Edgar, along with Head of Tea Ali will be brewing at the Marco tea bar.
Alice Evans, Canton head of tea delves into the art of blending tea with a profile on our most popular tea, Canton English Breakfast.
We revisit one of our favourite ways to enjoy Matcha; the Macha Peachu cocktail, as shared by The World's 50 Best's Bartender's Bartender of the Year 2019.
This week I’m excited to explore more of Japanese tea, in particular Genmaicha green tea. Many of you may have heard of this classic Japanese tea as ‘Popcorn tea’.
Markman Ellis is Professor of Eighteenth Century Studies at Queen Mary University of London. He is the editor of ‘Tea And The Tea-Table In Eighteenth-Century England', and in this guest blog,
Soho House asked us to share our tips on how to make the perfect cup of tea for their latest book, Morning Noon Night: A Way of Living. In this post we reveal some of the tips we share in the book.
Our simple Iced Matcha Latte takes just a couple of minutes to shake up and is a totally on-trend summer favourite.
We receive many queries about tea and its caffeine content. Unfortunately for the curious tea-drinker, there are innumerable myths circulating regarding tea and caffeine, usually propagated in
Chinese Black Tea, known locally as Red Tea (Hong Cha), is fully-oxidised whole leaf tea. The best whole leaf Black Teas are made by hand, in contrast to the commercial CTC (crush, tear and curl)
We are so excited to introduce Canton Gin, our new collaboration with our friends Psychopomp Microdistillery. A craft gin distilled with Canton tea!
We love wild grown teas. From stories of tea pickers trekking up steep mountains for a single harvest, to abandoned tea farms left to grow untamed for decades.
Traditionally, when asked to list the main tea producing countries of the world, Nepal doesn’t automatically come to mind. In fact, Nepal has been producing tea for years and you may not have even
Since 2015, Beyond Bread has been leading the way as a bakery in the heart of London where their goodies are fresh, satisfying and entirely gluten free.
In Kate’s second blog from the Obubu farm, she tells us about one of the most sought-after Japanese green teas – shaded Sencha. How is it grown? And why is it so special? Let’s find out…
The unique flavour of a Darjeeling tea is often described as a ‘Muscatel’ but the flavours vary with the season – and it is the plucking period that defines the season. There are four harvests a
This month, I travelled with Edgar to Taiwan to seek out the very best tea for you to enjoy next season. In the first of a special series on Taiwanese tea, I've found out a typical day in the life
Last year 40 million kilograms of “Darjeeling tea” was sold worldwide. But here is a fact: Darjeeling’s yearly production is 8 to 9 million kilograms of tea. Something is definitely afoot here. We
Last Summer, we were invited by The Japan Society and Japan House, to give a Genmaicha tasting at the Tanabata Festival. It was here we discovered the beautiful installation of an open weave tea
Until the late 1970s the Lalehzar Valley in Iran was a difficult place to make a living. Farmers grew subsistence crops and supplemented their income by growing opium poppies illegally for heroin
Just why did we start a specialist tea company 10 years ago? In the teeth of competition from giant corporations, when the profound disinterest of the food service sector meant loose leaf, green
Some of our teas are certified organic. However, it's not something we mention on the packaging. Here's why.