King Cole Tea Week:  Morse's Tea

King Cole Tea Week: Morse's Tea

Morse's Tea

All this week, we are continuing to tell more about King Cole Tea, a very popular brand of tea in Canada that is not known to tea drinkers in the US.  Perhaps even more unknown, unless you grew up in the Canadian Maritime Provinces is Morse's Tea. Morse's  is another solid, black tea full of body and tasting great.  Morse's Tea is made by King Cole Tea, both of which are owned by parent company GE Barbours.  Created by John Morse in Nova Scotia in 1870. Along with other King Cole Teas, Morse's is made in Sussex, New Brunswick.

If you visit Nova Scotia, you may still may even be able to see the Morse' Tea sign.

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But, much to local uproar, the Morses Sign at the top of the building has been painted over.