Farm Day in the City
Farm Day in the City Date: September 28th, 11:00am- 5:00pmLocation: Queen Street, from Grafton to Dorchester and along Victoria RowAdmission: Free[caption id="attachment_1613" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Queen Street[/caption]For most of the childhood...Read more
Chilly Days on PEI
With chilly mornings, cooler afternoons and brisk evenings, there has been a definite decrease in the iced tea requests and once again, with the season's change, the hot teas and...Read more
Name our new blend!
During August, a young lady visiting her family here on Prince Edward Island approached me at the market tea bar. She described a tea she had in Europe some time...Read more
Feast Alfresco September 9th at the Prince Edward Island Farm Centre Legacy Garden
[caption id="attachment_1562" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Sunflowers at the Legacy Garden. Photo credit: Sharon Clark[/caption]After Labour Day here on Prince Edward Island, we find ourselves a bit in limbo. It's not really...Read more
Afternoon Tea at Historic Dalvay-by-the-Sea
The Lady Baker's Tea Trolley team has been making the rounds this summer, enjoying afternoon tea at all the spots that now serve our blends. Our destination this past Tuesday...Read more
Creating Signature Blends
As a small business entrepreneur, I chose to start with only sixteen teas for my local market booth. Over the 6 1/2 years, I have added many more, some of...Read more
Feeling Pampered at The Inn at St. Peter's
This is the first season that The Inn at St. Peter's has an Afternoon Tea sitting. Whenever I drive 'down east' as we call it here on Prince Edward Island,...Read more
Putting the TEA in TEAm!
[caption id="attachment_1429" align="aligncenter" width="700"] A Team for Tea[/caption]Meeting up with the PEI Mud Men Rugby Team was, you might say, a little different kind of tea experience than Lady Baker's...Read more
Variations on a Theme
Breakfast Blends are traditional blends of black teas originating most often from India (Assam), Ceylon and Kenya and sometimes China. They are the most popular blended teas and the most common...Read more
A 'God Moment'
There is something that everyone in this world has in common: a birthday! [caption id="attachment_1388" align="aligncenter" width="1937"] Granddaughter Ruby has been added to our summer birthdays. She loved the tea...Read more
A brief history of tea & porcelain
This is a big year of celebration on Prince Edward Island. It has been 150 years since the Charlottetown Conference that led to the creation of Canada.During the 19th century,...Read more