The lessons on the journey to give tea a new image. David Segal was 27 year old when he opened his first teashop in Toronto in 2008. He didn't want the space to have the stuffy, pretentious look and feel so many other traditional teashops he'd been to had-the kinds of places that seemed designed for tea connoisseurs.

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