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In Georgetown, Colorado, Jeannette Peterson serves up tall tales and afternoon tea at 8,500 feet.
In China, tea leaves and flowers are hand-stitched into beautiful works of flowering tea art.
By James Norwood Pratt • Photograph Courtesy of Benjamin Press History, as we usually think of it, seems like a river of crimes, follies, and disasters...
For our September/October 2014 cover, pumpkins rule the day.
A vibrant, handcrafted flower arrangement makes a simple yet elegant statement. Learn how to create it step by step.
Authors Jane Pettigrew and Bruce Richardson reveal the secret side—the social history—of tea.
America’s thirst for Japanese tea has had a resurgence in recent years largely because of green tea’s healthy reputation.
Here's a sneak preview of what's in store for readers in our September/October 2015 issue.
Enjoy these strawberry desserts with fresh, local berries this season.
Are you a lover of tea, the holiday season, and novels? If the answer is yes, we have a lovely giveaway just in time for the upcoming Yuletide...