Black tea, which can be single-estate, blended, or flavored, is the most popular tea in Western cultures.
Text by by Bruce Richardson With tea consumption on the rise, more and more tea drinkers want to know all…
New York’s Chinatown offers an abundance of tea choices for tea lovers.
In New York’s Theatre District, afternoon tea is flourishing.
In Boston, a city known for a famous 1773 tea party, havens for taking tea are abundant again.
Serve iced tea at your next afternoon tea gathering this summer.
China is to tea what France is to wine. The tea bush Camellia sinensis (meaning Chinese varietal) is named in honor of tea’s ancient country of origin.
India’s tea-growing regions of Assam, Nilgiri, and Darjeeling have had a huge impact on the tea industry since the late 19th century.
Some of England’s best tearooms are tucked away in small towns.
Coffee is far more popular than tea in Switzerland, and many people will be surprised to learn that the country has an active tea club and a number of very stylish specialist tea stores in several major cities.