Learn how to choose the right tea for today’s fresh catch.
We pair some of our favorite summer flavors with some of our favorite teas.
Bruce RIchardson demonstrates the proper way to eat a scone.
Read our 2006 interview with John Harney, patriarch of Harney & Sons Tea, who passed away in June 2014.
Meet the woman behind a royally good tearoom.
With gourmet food, charming sidewalk cafes, and fashionable salons de thé in nearly every neighborhood, vacationing in Quebec is like a trip to France—without the transatlantic plane ticket.
At TeaTime, we love blue and white china.
The unlikely marriage of tart apples and sharp blue cheese in these gluten-free Apple, Blue Cheese, and Walnut Scones makes for a very happy teatime.
Follow these steps to make the cucumber flowers in Cucumber Flower Canapés.
These Gluten-free Peach Scones are bursting with the flavor of ripe summer peaches.
The humble, often overlooked napkin gets a makeover with these elegant yet simple ways to create beautifully designed folds.
Warm summer evenings call for a casual buffet-style outdoor tea party.
Today Stephen Twining serves as director of public relations for Twinings, the venerable British tea company that his seven times great grandfather founded in 1706.
Check out favorite blue and white teapots from the pages of TeaTime.
Tomato and basil, one of summer’s best flavor combinations, combine in Tomato-Feta Tarts, a savory tart that is perfect for teatime.
A delicious cookie crust gives these Tropical Fruit Cookie Tartlets, made with kiwi, pineapple, and oranges, extra flavor.
Like all classics that have endured the test of time, Wedgwood china has a rich history steeped in its surrounding culture.
Make these Peach-Ginger Shortcakes while fresh peaches are available.