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King Cole Tea Week: Morse’s Tea

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All this week, we are continuing to tell more about King Cole Tea, a very popular brand of tea in Canada that is not known to tea drinkers in the US.  Perhaps even more unknown, unless you grew up in the Canadian Maritime Provinces is Morse’s Tea. Morse’s  is another solid, black tea full of body and tasting great.  Morse’s …

King Cole Tea Week: Hear from the Tea Taster

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King Cole Tea, a Canadian brand of tea unfamiliar to many in the US, has been making tea since 1895.  Actually, GE Barbour, the parent company of King Cole, has been around since 1867.  According to King Cole, one of the keys to their popularity is their tea taster, Des McCarthy. In this video, you can learn about King Cole …

King Cole Tea Classic Print Ad

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King Cole Tea is one of Canada’s favorite teas. Here is a classic print ad for the tea. Did you know we've been making the perfect cup of tea for over 100 years? The only thing that's changed since we founded King Cole tea in 1910 is the box. Posted by King Cole Tea on Thursday, April 10, 2014

More on King Cole Ceylon Orange Pekoe Tea

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Although the company produces a range of teas, the best known is King Cole Ceylon Orange Pekoe.   The tea comes in regular and decaffeinated. The decaf comes in boxes of 120 tea bags while the regular comes in boxes of 60 or 240 tea bags.  Most simply, King Cole Ceylon Orange Pekoe is a quality, plain-black tea made with premium, …

King Cole Tea: Now Available in the USA

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King Cole Tea, Canada’s iconic brand of tea, is now available in the US.  Now, you can choose between King Cole Ceylon Orange Pekoe in boxes of 60 or 120 tea bags.  If you prefer a caffeine-free tea, you can get King Cole Decaf Orange Pekoe in boxes of 120 tea bags. For an organic green tea that tastes great …