Frequently Asked Questions
Looking for some pointers? Here's where we start:
Heat your water to just about 65–75°C (approximately 150–165°F). Don't burn yourself!
Use about one teaspoon (or one teabag, if you're using them) for every 8oz (approximately 1 cup or 225ml) of water. You can always add more tea or less water if you like it stronger.
Steep. After about 1 or 2 minutes, take your tea out. This is the time to add sugar, if you want.
Once your tea's cool enough to drink, drink up!
Many green teas (especially higher quality, unflavoured, or on a sencha base) can be used more than once for more than one infusion. You may notice that the flavour is deeper on the earlier infusions, however.
If you can't make it into the store, don't worry, you still have options!
Check our work hours before you call — if we're in the store, we're beside the phone! If you catch us on a day where we happen to be particularly busy, or if you need to call outside of work hours, don't panic — just leave a message with your name, phone number, and mention placing an order, and we'll get back to you at our soonest opportunity.
Email OrderingSend an email to email@example.com with the details of your order.
Once we get your email, we'll get back to you at our soonest opportunity to chat about product availability and how you want to pay.
We're currently shipping anywhere in Canada through Canada Post. The only thing we add to your order cost is what we pay for shipping — we don't add a handling charge!
We accept payment for phone and email orders through Visa or Mastercard.If you are sending an email or placing a phone message, please do not include your complete payment information! For your security, we would prefer confirming charge instructions in a follow-up phone call.
When you order from Say Tea, we ship your package anywhere in Canada through Canada Post. What they charge us is what we charge you — we don't add a handling charge!Unfortunately, because we ship with Canada Post, we don't ship internationally. Sorry for the inconvenience.
We know that when you sit down for a good cup of tea or coffee, the last thing you want to worry about is whether any worrisome chemicals might be floating around in your cup. When we label our tea or coffee organic, it means that everything in it — from the tea leaf to the coffee bean to any added ingredients or flavouring on top — is grown and processed organically.
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