Text by Jane Pettigrew • Photography by Stephen DeVires Some tearooms are just simply tearooms. They serve tea, they sell tea, and they may even teach a...
Text by Betty Terry • Photography by John O'Hagan Kentucky, especially the Bluegrass Region in the central part of the state, is known for two things—horseracing...
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.
TeaTime will exhibit at the 4th Annual Coffee & Tea Festival Philly. The event will take place November 5-6, 2016 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
Explore a variety of inviting tea venues in the Pine Tree State–Maine.
Jane Pettigrew is your guide along Yorkshire's Tea Trail.
In New York’s Theatre District, afternoon tea is flourishing.
In Georgetown, Colorado, Jeannette Peterson serves up tall tales and afternoon tea at 8,500 feet.
TeaTime bids farewell to Downton Abbey with a visit to Highclere Castle and a chat with Lady Carnarvon.
In Washington State, the community of knitters loves tea.