I got yet another review from a dear customer, Michelle. She is a tea blogger and has reviewed my Bombay Masala Chai on One More Steep. Read below to know what she had to say about this traditional Indian tea. The aroma of the spices is really inviting, I can definitely smell the cardamom, ginger, and cinnamon – those are the stronger aromatics so they’re the most obvious. If you’re a fan of chai but […]
I loved Trudy Ann’s Apple Pie Chai. I love that the dry leaf and the steeped tea smells just like apple pie, it definitely makes me think of the dessert. The flavour of this rooibos base are delicious, and it makes for a great caffeine-free dessert tea. If you’re not a fan of the flavour of rooibos, I would highly recommend just sticking to the initial steep.
In the light of recent worldwide protests,Trudy Ann shares her story on racism and abuse in North America. #howwefight #blacklivesmatter
I was born and raised in Bombay, now Mumbai, India. Tea-time at 4 PM was a much-loved family tradition, which stands the test of time in my home in Canada today, our friends often swinging by to join us.
Hello everyone from India! Firstly, I know I am a tad late, but I want to wish all of you a Very Happy New Year. I hope it is a great one. I want to send wishes for love, peace, abundance, and harmony to each of you. I am in Bombay (Mumbai), India to take care of some family matters. I will be here until the end of the month and I am being spoilt […]
How does a skinny lady get Type 2 diabetes? People looked at me & said how lucky I was. I would jokingly ask if they wanted my diseases. I had grand Mal seizures as a child. Several every month. In 1993 the epilepsy medication (valporic acid), gave me hemorrhagic pancreatitis. At this time, I was not eating healthy. I had gained about 50 pounds within two years of arriving in North America. I am 5 […]