Do you love tea? Do you love England? Twinning Tea Canada is giving one lucky winner the chance to experience tea like a true Brit! Enter for your chance to win a trip for two to London, England, including airfare and four nights’ accommodation. With so much to see and do in London, this prize is sure to excite you! Whether you’re a seasoned tea drinker or just getting started, don’t miss your chance to win

 Twining Tea Canada Contest

Enter for a chance to WIN a Trip for 2 to London, England.

Grand Prize Includes:

  • Round-trip Airfare
  • Four nights of hotel accommodation
  • Tea Masterclass at the Twinings for 2
  • 2 Tickets to the London Ferris Wheel (the London Eye);
  • Cooking class for two at a selected location
  • Yoga class for two at a studio
  • CAD 500 spending money

The Approximate Retail Value of the Grand Prize is $5,000


  • Open to Canada only
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age of Majority
  • 1Entry per Week

*This contest is brought to you by The Weather Network.

Click Here to enter the contest.

Contest Ends on February 28, 2019

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    Twinings Tea  Canada History

    The Twinings story began in 1706 when Mr. Thomas Twining opened the House of Twinings in the old Tom’s Coffee House on London’s Strand. In a little, over ten years and the business  evolved into London’s first exclusive tea shop,

    More than 300 years later, one man’s vision – to sell only the finest teas – remains.

    They still sell tea from Thomas’ original shop, but now tea drinkers in more than 115 countries worldwide enjoy 200 varieties of Twinings tea available in most grocery stores worldwide.

    Growing Tea
    Because a tea’s flavour depends on where and how it’s grown, The Twinings company purchases from Exclusive tea growers; the Tea bushes are grown in dedicated “tea gardens” and are pruned every four to five years to keep them fresh.

    Handpicking Tea
    Tea pluckers learn to recognize the perfect moment to pick. Did you know you need Between two and three thousand tea leaves to produce a single kilogram of unprocessed tea?