Our last day at Donald's Market was Dec 30th, 2021. We’ve moved online only, and we’d love to continue serving you!
The new Kerrisdale location is coming soon in Spring 2022. Follow along by visiting the News and Social media links.
Looking for an afternoon pick-me-up without caffeine? Or spicy herbal tea to beat the winter chills? Our organic Ginger Fresh is the perfect option to enhance your focus, energy, and warmth as the day goes on. It’s a complex blend centered around warming ingredients like ginger, liquorice root and black peppercorns, layered with the citrus notes from orange, lemongrass, and finish with refreshing mints.
Ingredients: lemongrass, spearmint leaves, peppermint leaves, ginger, orange peels, liquorice root, black peppercorns.
Sourced from Egypt, chamomile is known for its classic soothing properties. It’s a perfect choice to help you relax in the evening and gently drift off to sleep. Chamomile tea not only soothes the mind, helps easing pains such as tension headaches, but also the digestive system as well.
Ingredient: chamomile. organic.
Berry blend is a fruity herbal tea that features a beautiful deep purple colour with a strong aroma of mixed raisins. It also includes dried currants, which give it added complexity of flavour and helps to balance out the tartness of the berries. It’s a wonderful choice to compliment dessert or even take its place. Great tea base for sangria, holiday punch or mulled wine.
Ingredients: elderberries, currant, hibiscus petals, and berry extract. Organic.
Hibiscus tea is known for its tart flavour and vivid magenta hue similar to pomegranate. This tea is high in antioxidants, a great source of Vitamin C. Studies show that Hibiscus can help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases in ways such as lower blood pressure, increase the "good" cholesterol (HDL) while lower the "bad" cholesterol (LDL). Because of these properties, it is advisable to consult with your physician before drinking high amounts of hibiscus tea if you are already on medication(s) for high blood pressure, diabetes, or if you are pregnant. Hibiscus is often served with sweetener to offset the tartness. It’s delicious to enjoy hot or iced. The petals themselves are eatable, too! Candied hibiscus pairs really well...