Tea Time for Tee Time
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
1M ago
Drinking tea, especially varieties like green tea, can potentially offer several benefits that might positively impact one’s golf game. Here’s how: Improved Focus and Concentration: Tea contains L-theanine, an amino acid that can promote relaxation without drowsiness. This can help golfers maintain better focus and concentration during their game, allowing for more precise shots and strategic thinking on the course. Increased Energy Levels: While tea has less caffeine than coffee, the caffeine it does contain can help increase alertness and energy levels. This can be particularly beneficial ..read more
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Sleepy-time tea: it's not only chamomile!
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
2M ago
With the demands of modern life and a hectic schedule, getting a good night's sleep can feel like an impossible task. But fear not, we've got you covered. Those restless nights will soon be a thing of the past when you step into the world of Jolene's Tea House. Here at Jolene's Tea House, we understand the importance of a good night's sleep. It is the foundation for a healthy body and a sharp mind. That's why we have carefully curated a collection of infusions and health blends that are designed to help you find the sleep you deserve. The relaxing power of infusion Having a cup of herbal tea ..read more
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Women Who Shaped the Rockies
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
2M ago
As a women-owned and operated business, Jolene’s Tea House is passionate about celebrating and empowering women everywhere, from our local community here in Banff to the wonderful women who love our tea all over the world.  Women have a rich and inspiring history here in the Canadian Rockies. From Suzette Chalifoux Swift to Mary Schäffer Warren, the Rocky Mountains have been the backdrop to countless visionary women who have moulded and nurtured this land and the lives of those who came after them.  “[To] escape from brick walls and city streets is the most desirable thing to do in ..read more
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Finding Simplicity: A Refreshing Approach to Self-Care with FemininiTea
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
4M ago
As we step into the New Year, many of us desire to become a better version of ourselves and this intention often gets lost in life’s relentless pace. Balancing multiple responsibilities can be overwhelming, making the pursuit of self-improvement seem like an additional burden.  FemininiTea—this TEA is an exceptional ally in introducing simplicity and self-care to your daily routine. By prioritizing your health and embracing the power of a simple cup of tea, you can lay the foundation for balance and happiness in your year ahead. Navigating Overwhelming Demands: Our fast-paced lives demand ..read more
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The art of reinventing oneself in the midst of midlife: Wildflowers and Whisky with Meghan J. Ward
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
5M ago
In our latest episode of Wildflowers and Whisky Podcast, Jolene savored a comforting cup of Vanilla Mint Chai while engaging in a heartfelt conversation with Meghan J. Ward, a prominent writer from Banff, and delving into the captivating life of Mary Schäffer Warren, a significant figure in the history of the Rockies during the early 20th century. As Meghan produces her documentary film project, "Wildflowers," she embarks on a journey to retrace the remarkable life story of Mary Schaeffer. However, this adventure goes beyond simply exploring Mary's achievements in the mountains; it also delve ..read more
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Butterfly Martini
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
6M ago
INGREDIENTS 2 oz Vodka 2 full droppers of Bittermen’s Buckspice Ginger Bitters 1/2 oz Jolene’s Butterfly Pea Flower Syrup 3/4 oz Fresh Lemon Juice 3 Leafs of Fresh Sage DIRECTION Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake vigorously until chilled. Double strain into a chilled coupe or martini glass. Garnish with one leaf of fresh sage. Enjoy! Recipe by Vine Arts Wine and Spirits ..read more
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The Alberta 75
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
6M ago
INGREDIENTS 1 oz Park Distilling Flora & Fauna Gin 1/4 oz Aperol 1/4 oz Ruby Port 1/2 Oz Jolene's Scarlet Berry Tea Syrup 1/2 oz Fresh Lemon Juice DIRECTION Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously until chilled. Strain into a wine glass or Champagne coupe. Top with chilled Prosecco, and garnish with a fresh rosemary sprig. Enjoy!     Recipe by Vine Arts Wine and Spirits ..read more
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MAPLE ROOIBOS
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
7M ago
Rooibos and Citrus are a perfect match, pairing Jolene’s Teahouse Maple Rooibos with Tanqueray No. TEN, a London Dry gin distilled with whole citrus fruit and Grand Marnier for woody, vanilla & orange notes, the bitters bring subtle flavours of crisp, tart BC crab-apples,  ginger, turmeric, cardamom, cinchona bark and cinnamon. which pair perfectly with the nutty richness of Jolene’s Maple Rooibos.   INGREDIENTS 1 ½ oz Tanqueray No. TEN ½ oz Grand Marnier ¼ oz Grade A Maple Syrup 2 dashes Bittered Sling Zingiber Crabapple Bitters 5 oz Jolene’s Tea House Maple Rooibos   ..read more
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MAPLE GREEN COCKTAIL
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
7M ago
For a low ABV option, Jolene’s Maple Green is paired with an Alberta Garden Amaro – Don’t Call Me Sweet Pea is an herbaceous garden amaro crafted from distilled field peas and infused with botanicals, flowers, herbs, and roots from across the prairies. A deliciously complex sipper, with Japanese Yuzu bitters lending a zesty citrus note.   INGREDIENTS 1 oz Garden Amaro (Don’t Call me Sweet Pea) 2 dashes Japanese Yuzu Bitters ¼ oz Grade A Maple Syrup 5 oz Jolene’s Teahouse Maple Green DIRECTIONS Brew Maple Rooibos as per instructions.  Add garden amaro, bitters & maple syrup to ..read more
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Maple Old Fashioned by Bear Street Tavern
Jolene's Tea House Blog
by Katia Jeanclaude
7M ago
INGREDIENTS 0.5oz Park Maple Rye 1.5oz Buffalo Trace Bourbon 1/2oz Jolene's Rose Bud Tea Syrup Black Walnut Bitters Garnish Orange Peel DIRECTION Add all ingredients except the garnish to a mixing glass with ice Stir for 30 seconds Strain into a rocks glass over fresh ice and garnish ..read more
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