July 1st is Canada Day and I thought it would be perfect to celebrate by sharing a few delicious finds that are made in Canada.  I have met and established wonderful relationships over the years with friends around the World and one of those places happen to be Canada.  In that time frame, I have had the opportunity to receive wonderful gifts from these friends, many of which includes delicious treats from the Country itself… including Maple.  Today I wanted to share with you some treats that I love and hopefully you can celebrate Canada Day along with me while treating yourself to these awesome finds that you can get from

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As I mentioned previously, these products are from  Canada The Store is a site that proudly showcases a collection of products that are either designed in Canada, Made in Canada or are products of Canada. They offer Apparel to Watercrafts and a variety of products from simple to sophisticated.  Canadian companies create a variety of quality products that are in demand worldwide.  Canada The Store is well respected across the world, offering people from around the globe an opportunity to purchase a multitude of fine Canadian made products.  Canada The Store is located in Toronto, Canada and has been doing it’s thing for the last four decades, focusing on providing services without compromise.  The true “Made in Canada” success story.

Their Tag line – “Buy Canadian.  Expect Quality.”

So let’s chit chat about two products I was able to try out from Canada The Store.  The first product is Jakeman’s Pure Canadian Maple Syrup.  The product retails for $11.95 CAD with 250 mL / 8.5 fl.oz. worth of product.  It is a bottle of the 100% Pure Canadian Maple Syrup produced by Jakeman’s and voted Canada’s best tasting Maple Syrup in the National Post.  Now, we love pancakes in our house hold and I love maple candy, so I knew I would easily fall in love with this product.  It’s delicious and rich in color with a distinct maple flavor.  If you have ever tried fresh maple syrup before, this is what it would remind me of… it has a warm, rich flavor that really stands out among other syrups.  This product is great served over breakfast foods (like pancakes or with some sausage and bacon) or used as a glaze on meats or dessert.  I especially love the thickness of this syrup and it would be perfect to glaze a ham with.  I’ve tried many types of maple syrups before and this would have to be my favorite – it’s delicious!

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Since I love Maple candy, I couldn’t wait to open up this jar of Canadian True Maple Tea.  When the box arrived at my house, I could smell the tea from the outside of it – it smells absolutely wonderful.  The Canadian True Maple Tea comes in a 3 Pack for $26.95 CAD.  I’m a tea drinker daily so I was very excited to try this tea out.  Each container (you get three of them) comes with 25 Tea Bags so I shared one with my dad since he is my tea drinking aficionado.

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Canada True’s unique flavorful Maple Tea is idea for serving to guest or to give as a special gift.  It is Pure Premium Ceylon Tea with a Nature Identical Canadian Maple Syrup Flavor.  The Teas are packed in Sri Lanka and this tea offers a bold tea flavor with a beautiful and fragrant sweet scent.  Immediately upon opening the box I could smell a sweet vanilla or maple syrup scent coming from the box and it was coming from the tea.  This is a wonderful tea to have with your breakfast or for tea time with biscuits.  It’s hearty in flavor but taste wonderful and I love the sweet perfume that comes from my cup.  I add a little bit of coconut milk or creamer and that is all I need to drink this tea.  I love and my dad absolutely loved the flavor of it as well.

Frequently referred to as Canada’s Birthday, Canada Day is the national day of Canada, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867 enactment of the Constitution Act 1867.  This act united three Colonies into a single country called Canada within the British Empire.  It was originally called Dominion Day but the holiday was renamed in 1982, the year the Canada Act was passed.  Canada Day observances take place throughout Canada as well as among Canadians internationally.

If you are looking to celebrate, I highly suggest checking out some of the treats and goods that Canada The Store offers and check out all the wonderful items created, made by and made of Canada.

Happy Canada Day!

Signature Honey

Disclaimer:  The products mentioned in this post were sent to me for review consideration and feature.  All opinions are my own, 100% honest and unbiased and I was not paid to provide my thoughts.  Affiliate links are listed through out.



Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger. Mother of 3 and proud Wife. I love Food, whether it be eating it or cooking it and love to learn about new types of food from different cultures. I love making YouTube videos and meeting new friends and I have had a passion and love for photography since I was a little girl.


  1. Allison @neversaydiebeauty Reply

    Thank you for reminding me about Canada on 7/1! I forgot the date

  2. My husband would love that maple syrup. He’ll only use pure syrup. Since I live across the border from Windsor Canada we share fireworks with them to celebrate Canada Day and 4th of July. We always took our boys to the waterfront to see the fireworks and look forward to sharing that with our grandchildren when they get old enough.

  3. Pubali Babi Chatterjee Reply

    The maple tea sounds delicious! I’m a tea girl all the way!

  4. Lola Seicento Reply

    These all sound so delicious! I absolutely LOVE maple syrup!

  5. all_the_words025 Reply

    What a great post (I’m totally biased though!) I feel like I should already know about this site, but it’s new to me. Maple tea sounds very interesting.

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