Fezziwig’s Marketplace in Lebanon, Illinois is just a short jaunt from St. Louis, Missouri.
Our November/December 2014 cover features an elegant pound cake, garnished with citrus fruit.
TeaTime magazine is proud to be a sponsor of and exhibitor at Coffee & Tea Festival Philly, November 8 and 9, 2014, at Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania.
For our September/October 2014 cover, pumpkins rule the day.
Thomas Lipton revolutionized the tea industry in the 1880s by purchasing his own tea gardens and eliminating the middle man.
Visit the Madison Tea Room just outside of Athens, Georgia, for a perfect blend of British propriety and Southern hospitality.
In Boston, a city known for a famous 1773 tea party, havens for taking tea are abundant again.
Simpson & Vail Teas’ roots go back to 1904 when it was founded by Augustus M. Walbridge as a green coffee mercantile in New York City.
Businesswomen Julee Rosanoff and Sue Zuege started a small tea business in Seattle, which eventually led to the onset of the Northwest Tea Festival.
Making tea is a family affair with royal rewards at Harney & Sons.