The lawn at Monticello

Taking Tea with Thomas Jefferson

The author of the Declaration of Independence was a savvy tea drinker.

Finding Tea Love in the Coffee Capital of the Country

Text by Suzanne Ball • Photography by John O’Hagan I fell in love with tea in the coffee capital of the United States. Head over...
Dame Julie Andrews

Dame Julie Andrews

Talks Tea and Her Illustrious Career Text by Roger Sands As one of the most iconic, beloved actresses ever to grace the stage and screen, Julie...
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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.
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,...
Kerry Vincent

Meet Kerry Vincent, a Woman with a Cause

Join Kerry Vincent to fight ovarian cancer around the world.
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.

Tea in 100 Degrees with the Bride to Be

Text by Barbara McCarty It was a little girl’s dream—it was Madison’s dream. Ever since she was a little girl, she envisioned a fancy and fun...
All for Tea with the Queen

All for Tea with the Queen

Text by Lorna Reeves • Photograph by Steve Rizzo A biographer’s unexpected story of friendship and charity For Andrew Morton, his most memorable and enjoyable teatimes...
The Front Porch Tea Room

The Front Porch Tea Room

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by William Dickey Pennsylvania’s top-ranked tearoom is on the market for a buyer who will maintain its charm. Bonnie Helm has...

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