Lipton Tea: Direct from the Gardens to the Cup

Lipton Tea: Direct from the Gardens to the Cup

Thomas Lipton revolutionized the tea industry in the 1880s by purchasing his own tea gardens and eliminating the middle man.
Kerry Vincent

Meet Kerry Vincent, a Woman with a Cause

Join Kerry Vincent to fight ovarian cancer around the world.
The Tea Things of Jane Austen

The Tea Things of Jane Austen

By Bruce Richardson • Images Courtesy of Benjamin Press December 16 marks the 241st birthday of British author Jane Austen. The popular Regency- period novelist was,...
Joan & Jim Harron: The Love Story Behind Simpson & Vail

Joan & Jim Harron: The Love Story Behind Simpson & Vail

Text by James Norwood Pratt • Photography by Cyndi Harron Jim told himself a change was going to come. No more weeks away from home, no...
The Tea People of Hawaii

The Tea People of Hawaii

Anyone who has ever visited Hawaii knows it is a magical place with a powerful spirit and a positive approach to life. How wonderful, then, that...
Caroline Cahan of Southern Season

Meet Caroline Cahan of Southern Season

Caroline Cahan keeps the shelves of Southern Season well stocked with tea.
TeaTime 15: Notable Figures in Tea

TeaTime 15: Notable Figures in Tea

Over the last 15 years, the tea culture in the United States and Canada has not only managed to thrive, but has also grown...
Northwest-Tea-Festival

Becoming the Northwest Tea Festival

Businesswomen Julee Rosanoff and Sue Zuege started a small tea business in Seattle, which eventually led to the onset of the Northwest Tea Festival.
My Tea Story: Paris in a Cup

My Tea Story: Paris in a Cup

Text by Cheryl Turner Photograph Courtesy of Paris In A Cup I have been in the tea business for more than 20 years, but my history...
Hop on a Harley to Tea

Hop on a Harley to Tea

Text by Sylvia Evans •  Photography by Maria Allan My former neighbor Donna asked me to play host to 22 ladies for an elegantly appointed Easter tea. My...

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