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Lady Baker's Tea

Nestled in the heart of Prince Edward Island, Lady Baker’s Tea is more than just a small tea company; it’s a vision brought to life. From the lush tea gardens of Asia to the vibrant landscapes of Africa, we meticulously source premium loose leaf teas, ensuring every sip embodies excellence. But what sets us apart is our island-inspired twist – blending locally sourced ingredients with our handpicked teas, crafting unique flavors that reflect the spirit of Atlantic Canada.

With over 60 varieties, we’re certain you’ll find a tea for every palate and occasion within our collection. Moreover, as proud members of the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada, we’re dedicated to promoting Fair Trade practices and supporting Ethical Tea Partnerships, ensuring that every cup of Lady Baker’s Tea uplifts communities worldwide.

The ‘why’ of Lady Baker’s Tea

When Lady Baker's founder, Katherine, was a young mother of 5 children, she had a friend, 30 years her senior named Irene Baker, who often invited her for tea. She would get out her fine china and pamper Katherine for an hour or two with tea, homemade cookies, stories and care. She acquired the nickname ‘Lady Baker’ because she embodied the finer things of life – tea and caring!

Irene Baker took time for what mattered and her name became the inspiration for a business!

After many adventures in catering tea parties, Katherine, owner of  Lady Baker’s Tea Trolley turned over a new leaf and opened a Tea Bar in 2007 at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market in her hometown of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Here, she and her team of passionate tea lovers offer a variety of premium loose leaf teas. Over the years, Lady Baker’s Tea Trolley has grown significantly and undergone a few changes like dropping 'trolley' from the business name and finding a more suitable location as a home base. This became The Abbey where production, packaging and shipping takes place. In 2018, Katherine studied to be a certified Tea Sommelier through the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada.

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