The Etiquette of Tipping

The Etiquette of Tipping

The custom of tipping finds its roots in tea—more specifically, the colorful tea gardens of eighteenth-century England. These genteel after-dark events were the haute...
May/June 2019 Issue Preview

May/June 2019 Issue Preview

The May/June 2019 issue of TeaTime is finally here. Warmer weather is perfect for al fresco gatherings. Honor a new bride or host a garden get-together with...
The Chitra Collection: Stunning Silver Wares

The Chitra Collection: Stunning Silver Wares

Text by Jane Pettigrew • Photography Courtesy of N Sethia Foundation The wealthy have always liked to demonstrate their standing in society by acquiring beautiful objects...
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Botanic Place Cards

Download and print these lovely botanic place cards.

Support GIR in Creating Kitchen Items You’ll Keep for Life

Readers of TeaTime know that our staff of editors and test kitchen experts are not only professional chefs and eaters but avid home cooks as...
Teatime Celebrations 2020 Issue Preview

Teatime Celebrations 2020 Issue Preview

From Valentine's Day to a harvest tea party, Teatime Celebrations 2020 is a collection of menus for your upcoming festivities. This special issue offers an...

Jane Pettigrew’s World of Tea Book Wins Award at 2019 World...

Tea experts and enthusiasts convene annually at World Tea Expo in search of the best products in the industry. Jane Pettigrew’s World of Tea garnered the...

Take a Peek at our May/June 2015 Issue

See what's inside our May/June 2015 issue, on sale on newsstands April 14.
Afternoon Tea

High Tea vs. Afternoon Tea

Use the correct term for the tea you are hosting.
Jing Tea

How “Jing” Brought the Best Tea To Britain

By James Norwood Pratt • Photography Courtesy of Jing Tea Edward Eisler is a dazzling presence, especially when he appears unannounced on your doorstep half...

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