The holiday season is the perfect time to host a tea party.
This is a corrected version of the recipe for Matcha Christmas Cookies that appears on page 44 of TeaTime’s November/December 2015 issue.
New Orleans and its environs offers many options for tea lovers.
Bruce Richardson discusses how tea bags have finally earned respect among refined tea drinkers.
For Thanksgiving or teatime, let your creativity shine with one of these autumn desserts.
Penelope Barker organized a second tea rebellion in Edenton, North Carolina in 1774.
Holding a Brown Betty teapot is like holding a bit of British history in your hand.
Bruce Richardson shares his favorite vessel for steeping tea—a simple Chinese gaiwan.
Contributing editor Jane Pettigrew takes us on a tour of Ireland at teatime.
When you step inside Paris in a Cup, you’ll feel as if you have been magically transported to Paris.
And the winner is . . . Deborah Shreckengost!
Here’s a peek at of what’s in store for readers in our November/December 2015 issue.
Dress up your holiday table with one of these elegant ways to fold table napkins.
October is the perfect time to honor breast cancer survivors with a pink-themed tea during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Explore the tearooms in northern and central New Jersey.
Get inspired ideas for setting an autumn table for tea.
For National Cupcake Week, try one of our favorite mini cupcake recipes.
Take a delicious tea adventure in Pasadena, California.