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Lady Baker's Tea

Lady Baker’s Tea is a little tea company with a big dream located on Prince Edward Island, in Atlantic Canada. Our premium loose leaf teas are ethically produced at the finest tea gardens in Asia and Africa. We begin with the best seasonal quality tea, and have developed a growing number of custom blends that incorporate ingredients grown right here on our island. With approximately 40 varieties, we have teas for every taste and occasion. 

As a member of the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada, Lady Baker’s Tea supports Fair Trade and the Ethical Tea Partnership.

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

In 2001, ‘Lady Baker’ passed away and Katherine wanted to do something to honour her memory. Thus, a ministry to the home bound and elderly by sharing a cup of tea became the focus of a new found business in Charlotte, North Carolina, where Katherine was living at the time.

In 2006 Lady Baker’s Tea Trolley turned over a new leaf when Katherine relocated back to her hometown of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. She set up a Tea Bar at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market where she offers a variety of premium loose leaf teas. Since then Lady Baker’s Tea Trolley has grown significantly and undergone a slight change dropping 'trolley' from the business name. There are several cafés, B & Bs and shops in the Maritimes where Lady Baker's Tea can be found. Keeping up with the times, she added an online store which has a wonderful selection of teas, gifts and accessories.

From the blog...

Coffee Means Go, Tea Means Stop.
Nov 11

By Peter Rukavina

I came very late to coffee-drinking: it wasn’t until I turned 40 that I had my first serious cup. In the autumn...

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