New Orleans

Taking Tea in New Orleans

New Orleans and its environs offers many options for tea lovers.

Burdett’s Tea Shop & Trading Company

When Sandy Ramsey opened Burdett’s Tea Shop & Trading Company in Springfield, Tennessee, in 2001, she hoped her tearoom would breathe new life into...
LONDON’S Rosewood Hotel

London’s Rosewood Hotel

Where art and tea collide Text by Kerry Vincent Photography Courtesy of The Rosewood Hotel  I boarded a rumbling train on London’s Underground Piccadilly Line and sped my...
Finding Tea in Nantes

Finding Tea in Nantes

Text and Photography by Allison Connolly • Photograph Courtesy of Tourisme de Nantes Métropole All the gastronomic delights of western France—crêpes, Muscadet wine, salted butter, seafood,...
Organic Assam Tea

Organic Assam Tea

Hot, humid jungles are not typical terrain for tea gardens. But that’s exactly where Camellia sinensis assamica (the botanical name for the only tea plant...
 The Tea Experience: “America’s Living History Teas?”

The Tea Experience: America’s Living History Teas

Notable Venues of the Eastern United States By Terri Cook Since December 16, 1773, American history has been inextricably linked with tea. On that evening, a...
Rocky Mountain High Tea

Rocky Mountain High Tea

In Georgetown, Colorado, Jeannette Peterson serves up tall tales and afternoon tea at 8,500 feet.
Taking Tea at Lady Bedford’s Tea Parlour

Taking Tea at Lady Bedford’s Tea Parlour

In naming her tearoom in Pinehurst, North Carolina, Marian Caso was inspired by the story of Anna Maria Stanhope Russell, the seventh Duchess of...
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...
Afternoon Tea in Houston

Afternoon Tea in Houston

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by John O’Hagan Houston is a crucial part of Texas’s fascinating history. After all, its name honors the...

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