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Actor Chris Noth Promotes Altruistic Tea Company

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The actor better known as “Mr. Big” from HBO’s Sex in the City is no longer roaming the streets of New York with Carrie Bradshaw. These days, Chris Noth can be found running a tea house in Canada with partner Tara Wilson and helping promote a very generous tea company.

Noth recently held a bash at his restaurant Once Upon a Tea Cup to launch Lova Tea, a loose-leaf tea and tea-based drink company.

The party featured an array of Lova’s products, including Pink Shimmer — a flavor to support the Breast Cancer Society of Canada.

In the future, Lova plans to launch a Charity Collection where celebrities can invent their own tea flavor with proceeds benefiting the charity of their choice. The former Mr. Big will be the name behind the next Charity Collection flavor, which is a green tea tentatively called “Florida Sweet Dream.”

Will we see Noth “south of the border” to promote his love of tea? It just might be in the cards (or the tea leaves)! The actor told the London Free Press that he would love to have a Once Upon a Tea Cup location in the US, as long as it was in the “right environment.” That’s something we can raise our recycled tumblers to!

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