Teahouse With An Authentic Selection And A Story Behind Every Hot Cup Of Tea
Cha Yi is a lovely, quaint and warm teahouse just minutes from downtown Ottawa where they are fluent in both languages to suit everyone. Tea is no longer just a hot cup full of bliss with a lovely aroma, researchers are discovering everyday that tea has many health benefits in combatting cancers, fighting illnesses and improving mental alertness. Even though some tea has caffeine in it, they also have a lot of antioxidants that counteract the disadvantages of this hot beverage.
All sorts of tea no matter their flavor all derive from the same plant which is found in India and China and goes by the name, Camellia sinensis. The flavors made from their different flavonoids and their potencies determine their flavor. Cha Yi is a teahouse thatspecializes in imported and specialty teas that are the finest from China, India, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Africa. The mission of Cha Yi is to present the art of tea and share the diversity and stories of all the wonderful teas that are readily available. Cha Yi's mission is to represent every tea in its entirety and purity and most importantly offers the community to share the stories of these healthy teas in their tranquilteahouse in Hull, which is right next to Ottawa with the most pristine selection of authentic tea in the Ottawa region.
The special, unique aspect of Daniel Tremblay and his partner, Veronique Caron-Bossé'steahouse, no one goes the to the lengths that they do to provide the most authentic selection of tea in Ottawa. No other teahouse goes to the strides that the owner, Daniel Tremblay goes to in order to provide oolong teas, green teas, herbal teas, white teas and black teas. Every year Daniel travels to growing tea regions of the world that grow tea in their own backyard. He makes personal connections and climbs uphill mountains to meet and greet the tea growers of the world. He then brings back the homemade, most authentic tea of China, Taiwan, Sri Lanka and many more countries. No one can compare to the lengths that this teahouse in Ottawa offers with an open heart.
These teas do not only have interesting stories that can be told over a hot cup and heart-warming chat, but teas are also ancient remedies known to the world. Cha Yi wants to educate everyone who walks through the door and explain that tea is more than a tasteful beverage, it is also beneficial asset to your health that can combat cancers, tumors, have been proven to in certain prevention of Parkinson and Alzheimer's diseases and promotes a healthy digestive systems. Tea also stimulates bile function, in which it assists digestives systems and promotes excellent immune health. Tea should be consumed at meal times or one hour before or after. Another benefit of tea is there have been studies done that prove tea encourages the brain to withstand stress better and in turn can help fight symptoms of depression. Tea is not only good when your sick any more, that is an age old wise tale, tea is good for daily consumption, some swear by it and you can learn why by popping by Cha Yi, the best most assorted and varied teahouse packed with passion, which is around the corner from the heart of Ottawa.
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