Take a peek at our September/October issue

 

  • Savor the best of fall’s apple crop with our Apple Orchard Tea.
  • Bruce Richardson teaches us the proper way to drink tea from a gaiwan.
  • Hold a bit of British history in your hand with a Brown Betty teapot.
  • Keep an eye on the horizon for the harvest moon on September 27, and enjoy our Harvest Moon Tea.
  • TeaTime editor Lorna Reeves tours the tearooms of New Jersey.
  • Jane Pettigrew profiles Orange Pekoe, a tearoom in West London.
  • James Norwood Pratt reviews a new book about green tea.

 

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Love Teatime Magazine and all the beautiful table settings, gorgeous hand crafted finger foods and flowers. While I do appreciate fine china most of your photos display china that is cost prohibiting to the average reader population. I would like to challenge your staff to a cheaper option of china displayed in a tea setting for those of us that cannot afford to spend hundreds of dollars for a tea service and/or china teacups and plates. I have subscribed to the magazine for many years and have given it as a gift subscription to friends. I also appreciate the gluten free options in every issue.

  2. love your magazine. I have my own 4 teas a year for friends. In April 2015 I gave a tea for my grandsons soccer team. I gave it for the seniors, 11 of them and their moms. It was great. The boys all enjoyed it and learned a new way to relax and enjoy something different. One boy and his mother had to go to the tea shop in the mall to buy some tea and a pot. My grandson and his mother helped me make the sandwiches. It was a wonder afternoon.
    I always use some of the recipes from the Tea Time Magazine.

  3. I LOVE your magazine; and eagerly await it every 2 months! I take it out to my gazebo, have a cup of tea (of course!) and read it cover to cover. Would you include some children friendly tea parties? I am having a “Fairy Tea Party” soon. But, there really aren’t a whole lot of recipes out there for children. Thank you.

  4. Would like to win the teapot because it is very elegant and I love teapots and would like to leave it to my granddaughter for her to have something beautiful from me.

  5. I look forward to receiving TEA TIME with each issue. I quickly make myself a cup of tea, and off I go to my favorite chair to sit, sip, and enjoy every single page of the latest edition. I also can’t bear to part with any of my past issues! They are treasures and inspire me every time I look inside! Thank you!

  6. Your TeaTime Magazine was one of the best birthday gifts I ever received. I remember buying back issues the year I received my subscription. I now enjoy gifting TeaTime to my friends. Thank you for bringing elegance and beauty into our lives. Your history of tea stories, the photos and all the recipes are simply enchanting. Would love for you to visit my favorite tearoom in Kew Gardens, England: The Maids of Honour which has been in existence since Henry VIII’s reign.

  7. The teapot is absolutely elegant. One never has enough teapots. I love Tea Time magazine and all things tea! Wherever we travel, I am always on the lookout for places to have tea. Thus, your tea room reviews are thoroughly appreciated. I enjoy the beautiful table settings in your magazine and sometimes treat myself to a cup and saucer and/or plate of some desired pattern. Thanks for all the beauty your magazine brings into my life and home!

  8. I see you have a picture of Teaberry’s in Flemington, NJ. What a beautiful place! It is every woman’s Palace of Dreams!

    Everything they serve is utterly delicious. The decor is beyond compare. Whenever I go there, I can feel all my troubles drop away the moment I enter the door.

    I had a tea party at Teaberry’s for my 60th birthday. Eight beautiful ladies shared the day with me, and it was the loveliest birthday anyone could ever have. I’m still dreaming of it a year later.

    I’ve been to six different tea rooms. None of them compared to Teaberry’s!

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