Nina’s Marie-Antoinette

Nina’s Marie-Antoinette

A French Tea House with Royal Charm Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography Courtesy of Nina’s of Paris A short stroll from some of Paris’s popular...
The Midwest Tea Festival is Around the Corner

The Midwest Tea Festival Is Around the Corner

Will we see you in Kansas City, Missouri, at the Midwest Tea Festival, September 8-9, 2018? The Midwest Tea Festival is an annual convention for tea lovers. The festival...
Ceylon Tea

Ceylon Tea

By Lorna Reeves • Photography by John O’Hagan Sri Lanka, which lies just 19 miles off the southeastern coast of India in the Bay of...

Taking Tea in Pennsylvania

Come along for a tearoom tour of southeastern Pennsylvania.

Sipping Tea in the Bluegrass State

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...
Will You Join Us at the 2018 Devan Shah Tea Festival?

Will You Join Us at the 2018 Devan Shah Tea Festival?

Join TeaTime Magazine​ editor Lorna Reeves at the The Devan Shah Tea Festival, December 1 and 2, 2018 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California. This special event will feature tea...

Teatime in the Pocono Mountains

Text by Roger Sands • Photograph Courtesy of Poconos Mountains Visitors Bureau Once known as the “Honeymoon Capital of the World,” the Pocono Mountains of...
Sip for Peace

Sip for Peace: A Tea Practice to Change the World

Photography Courtesy of the International Tea Sippers Society Can sipping a cup of tea help create world peace? The organizers of the “Sip for Peace” campaign certainly...
Afternoon Tea on the Move

Afternoon Tea on the Move

By Jane Pettigrew All aboard for uniquely British teatimes! Ever since its heyday in the frothy, high-fashion days of the Edwardian period at the beginning of the 20th...

Reviving Tea Dances

Jane Pettigrew revels in the revival of British tea dances.

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