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DAVIDsTEA Semi-Annual Sale Has Up To 70% Off Teas Across Canada This Month

Stock up on tea for the rest of the winter!

It's the best time of year for tea drinkers. There's nothing cozier than wrapping yourself up in a blanket and sipping your favourite steaming brew. The winter weather has only just begun, and we're going to need a lot of tea to get us through the next chilly months. If your tea stock is looking sparse, then you can load up at this giant sale happening across the country soon. DAVIDsTEA Canada's Semi-Annual Sale has discounts of up to 70% off this month.

Start making a list and checking it twice, because DAVIDsTEA's sale is the perfect chance to grab all your favourite blends for a lesser price.

The sale will begin just before Christmas, on December 24, so all the super last-minute shoppers can stop by for some discounted gifts.

The event is both instore and online and will have up to 70% off discounts.

You can stock up on all sorts of blends, including some from the winter collection to keep you cozy all season long.

DAVIDsTEA revealed their winter teas last month, which included some brand new flavours.

Some old favourites, such as Candy Cane Crush, Caramel Shortbread, and Apple Cider returned to the shelves. 

New blends include Sweet Potato Pie and Forever Frosty.

The brand also released some tea accessories to make your sipping more enjoyable. 

From tumblers to wintery mugs, these items are always worth checking out during the sale as well. 

Whether you're a black tea fanatic or green tea obsessed, there will be tons of different brews on sale during the semi-annual event.

To further your passion for tea, you can enjoy the ultimate festive experience with the Nutcracker High Tea at Toronto's Shangri-La Hotel.

DAVIDsTEA Semi-Annual Sale

Price: Up to 70% off

When: Starting December 24, 2019

Why You Need To Go: Shop instore and online to save on some of your favourite teas and accessories.

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