Bay & King
In the First Canadian Place concourse
King subway station
The Tea Emporium
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Luscious teas aplenty in an amazingly
beautiful store. The expert staff will start
by enticing you with a freshly brewed
cup of the tea of the day as you enter the
store. Great selection (way over 80 kinds of
teas), including several delicious house
Following the German-
style tea store tradition, the store sells
accessories like teapots & cups, permanent
filters, super trendy tins, sugar swizzle
sticks... all you need for a one-of-a-kind
tea party with friends!
finds are the Jasmine Dragon Tears, tea
leaves rolled-up in a perl that unfurl in hot
Bai Mu Dan Wheels, tea leaves woven into
a wheel shape that turns into a ball when
steeped, and the two-year-old
Bird's Nest, a rare, distinctively-tasting
The Tea Emporium has
other stores at 351 Eglinton West, and 337
Danforth Avenue and in Humbertown
Shopping Centre at 270 The Kingsway.
LATEST USER REVIEWS
I was recently at their Forest Hill location and had a pot of tea and a lime tart in their sit-down section. The tea was good but the tart was beyond stale. The pastry crust was rock hard and cracked and the custard was also cracked and dry, basically inedible. I left it nearly untouched so I hope that sends a message to the Tea Emporium. I'll never go back again, not even for tea. There are other places in the city where you can have a great pot of tea and FRESH pastries for the same price!
I agree with Stella. New tea shops popping up in Toronto serve a greater variety of teas than the Tea Emporium. However, the owners of the Tea Emporium seem to care about the quality of the tea that they get and they sell only the best. It shows! I love the selection at the Tea Emporium. What I love more is the service. After going to David's Tea, I went to the Tea Emporium and the staff knew a hell of a lot about their teas (which is not what I can say about David's tea...I just wrote a frustrating review about them 5 minutes ago...ugh).
Great store, great service, good prices. I went to the First Canadian Place location btw and came away with the Milk Oolong and a Rooibos Provence. I want to check out the store located on Eglinton...some day :)
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