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TeaFarm, Cowichan Bay

(4.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • If you like tea, this would be the place to make your purchase of many varieties of organic tea and blends. Husband and wife operation, We were greeted at the door with freshly steeped tea. Some of wh...  more »
  • This is a great experience for anyone that loves teas and tea experiences. Margit and Victor are a joy to meet. This is an outing that one has to do when in Cowichan valley.  more »
  • A lovely farm tucked away amongst the trees, growing their own tea! Although they do sell their own tea they also have a large selection of other blends and a wonderful display of pottery by a local a...  more »
  • Lovely place. Beautiful garden, overwhelmingly large tea selection, but very helpful and patient staff who helped me select a tea to my tastes. Had the earl grey cake and it was lovely, so soft and airy with great flavour. The hand made crockery is a lovely touch.
  • Hey look, tea in Canada! I missed their first harvest by a month early, but the shop they run is a great stop for tea and snack. Accompanied by knowledgable and friendly staff in a lush grove.
  • We were enchanted with this hidden gem, and the chance to sample some new teas in pretty ceramic cups! The staff were friendly and helpful, the shop was clean and attractively laid out with many varieties of teas. The hand made ceramic tea pots were lovely but a little pricey!
  • Quaint place, feels incredibly casual, but in a good way. Pottery is very expensive. Staff are knowledgeable.
  • Victor makes tea drinking an experience. The deserts they make are also fabulous. Great tea selection, and now they even have their own!