I love Winnipeg Tea. Winnipeg is an amazing city, and I was born in Winnipeg, and although you may hear we are all crazy for living in one of the coldest cities on earth, the reality is, Winnipeg is amazing. When it comes to the food, the hockey, and of course, the tea, Winnipeg just can’t be beat. I wanted to share with you some of the best places to get your “tea fix” in Winnipeg, so here we go!
Winnipeg Tea loves Cornelia Bean. Cornelia Bean is a new retail concept for Canada, supplying retail and wholesale clients with fresh teas and tea blends and fresh roasted coffee beans. The company was established with respect for tradition and with a zeal for exploring new tastes. The company’s vision is to provide leadership in the tea and coffee market by providing high-quality and unique products.
Winnipeg Tea wouldn’t be complete without The Maple Grove. It was opened in August, 2003 by Valerie Brown. Each season we welcome visitors and guests from all over Canada, USA and International locations. All of the baking is done by Valerie each morning inside the restaurant bakery kitchen. Each day 2 soups are on our menu, both are made from fresh local ingredients and are very popular even during the hottest summer days.
Leanne Stewart brings the community of Stonewall together in the last turn-of-the-century building on Main Street. She is the owner of McLeod house Tea Room & Gift Shop, which opened in 2003 following a remodeling project that included adding a veranda, landscaping and interior decorating. The shop honors the McLeod family, who built the home and whose only son, Alan McLeod, is a World War I Victoria Cross recipient. Leanne serves a variety of homemade desserts and 20 choices of loose tea. Her daily menu includes a homemade soup, four types of sandwiches, salad with freshly made dressing and a daily hot special. Customers enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and two spacious dining rooms.