For Valentine’s Day, share your love of tea with your best friends.
Our 9-inch King Cake is the perfect size for a Mardi Gras tea, one last indulgence before the beginning of Lent.
If you always have a cup of tea within reach when you’re knitting, you are sure to enjoy our Knitters’ Tea.
In Washington State, the community of knitters loves tea.
Experience the frozen beauty of the winter landscape from the inside looking out with our Midwinter Tea.
Bruce Richardson discusses how tea bags have finally earned respect among refined tea drinkers.
From scones to delicate tea sandwiches to decadent sweets, here are your favorite recipes of 2015.
The bright lights of Broadway beckon as we take tea in New York’s theatre district. Come along as we…
New Orleans and its environs offers many options for tea lovers.
This is a corrected version of the recipe for Matcha Christmas Cookies that appears on page 44 of TeaTime’s November/December 2015 issue.
A Hanukkah tea to inspire you with fresh ideas for celebrating the Festival of Lights.
The holiday season is the perfect time to host a tea party.
Waking up to Red Velvet Scones is the perfect way to show someone you care.
Fresh basil and savory sun-dried tomatoes give these Italian Chicken Salad Tea Sandwiches an extra punch.
These individual Cherry Tartlets are a perfect way to say, “I love you.”
Follow the steps below to assemble our delicious gluten-free Strawberry-Macadamia Flourless Torte.
These Cinnamon Scones are a lovely accompaniment to a cup of tea on a cold and blustery day.
No-Bake Caramel-Apple Mini Tartlets with their sweet caramel filling can be assembled in just 20 minutes.