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Tea Personalities
A Conversation with Dan Robertson
Known for his warm and engaging style, Dan Robertson is the owner of The Tea House in Naperville, Illinois, and is founder of World Tea Tours.

A Conversation with Elizabeth Knight
This author, lecturer, and certified English tea master shares her sentiments, memories, and insights about the timeless art of tea.

A Conversation with Joshua Kaiser
Joshua Kaiser, owner of award-winning tea company Rishi Tea, reveals his philosophy on the business.

A Conversation with Steve Smith
What do Stash and Tazo teas have in common besides being reliably delicious? They are both the brainchildren of Steve Smith. Here's the story of how he said sayonara to Starbucks and hello to custom-blended concoctions in his latest venture, Steven Smith Teamaker.

A Family Business: Simpson and Vail
Simpson and Vail delivers quality teas and other delicious products.

Bingley's Teas
A skillful blending of Jane Austen literature and tea.

Kusmi Tea
An artful blend of past, present, and future

Ruth Bigelow: American Tea Treasure
Bigelow Tea is still a family-owned and -operated company. The founder’s granddaughter shares the story.

Tea Statesman: John Harney
We were saddened to learn of the death of tea pioneer John Harney on June 17, 2014. Read our 2006 interview with him.

Tea Trailblazers: Shelley & Bruce Richardson
A regular contributor to TeaTime magazine, Bruce Richardson and his wife, Shelley, field questions about their roles in America’s tea renaissance.

Teatulia: Purity in a Cup
Teatulia delivers single-garden teas from Bangladesh.

Tradition at its Finest: Taylors of Harrogate
More than just a good cup of tea

Welcome to the World of The Republic of Tea
Where innovation and social responsibility reign supreme

World Tea Expo Founders
Meet George and Kim Jage, founders of the World Tea Expo.

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