Harney & Sons In the News
July 26, 2012
Joy Bauer of the Today Show let everyone know that she loves our Coconut and Chocolate Tea, which is our SoHo Blend!
We were just thrilled to see that Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum mentioned Harney & Sons’ very own Hot Cinnamon Spice tea in the February 2012 of InStyle Magazine. She’s not the only one who won’t leave home without her favorite tea blend.
When we posted this on our Facebook page, we found out that quite a few of our fans have their own particular blends which they also insist on bringing with them whenever they leave home.
Haven’t tried Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea yet? Maybe now is the time! Available loose, in sachets, in teavags, and as a part of numerouns elegant gifts.
A Taste of Tea at Harney & Sons SoHo
A wonderfully written in-depth article about our Harney & Sons SoHo shop.
How lucky are we to once again be listed on the pages of Lucky Magazine? Look for our Paris Tea on page 47, in the Lucky Life section. Paris is listed as one of the Relaxation Essentials in the January feature.
Wall Street Journal
Tea for Three (Generations)
An outstanding article with an overview of Harney & Sons, how we’ve grown, and where we’re headed, including our new store in Soho, NYC.
November 12, 2010
Harney & Sons Tea listed among Whoopi’s Favorite Things
October 7, 2009
Brewing a Good Cup of Tea
A terrific article by Bill Daley of the Chicago Tribune. Featuring an interview with our own Michael Harney, the article explores what it takes to make a good cup of tea, and how tea has changed over the years.
30th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards
We’re so happy to say that Harney & Sons Tea is part of the gift bag to be given out at the 30th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards. So, it’s not really a case of us in the news, but rather that we are being given to the news. The awards winners to be announced on September 21st at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Men’s Health June 2008
In the June 2008 edition of Men’s Health is a useful article in the Ask Men’s Health section regarding the nutritional attributes of many of the bottled teas you’ll find on the shelf. We were very happy to see that Harney & Sons Organic Green was among the teas reviewed, and even happier to see that it placed second in the amount of beneficial Catechins/ECGC per bottle. Click here to see the write-up, or buy a copy of the June 2008 issue of Men’s Health.
Averell Harriman International Trade Award
Harney & Sons was awarded the 2008 Averell Harriman International Trade Awards “Importer of the Year”. John Harney, in good company with a number of other fine Dutchess County businesses, attended the award dinner at which he was presented with the award as Importer of the Year. Since 1995, Averell Harriman International Trade Awards have recognized outstanding acheivement in global trade. Business people in nine counties that comprise the mid-Hudson Valley nominated the company they believed to bring the most international economic trade to the region.
Our Chamomile Tea had its own 15 minutes of fame when it was mentioned in the April 2008 edition of Allure Magazine. Now we’ll all keep a pot of Chamomile Tea on hand, to keep our skin looking fine.
A wonderfully descriptive article, exploring the history of Harney and Sons. Click here to read the PDF version. Chronogram is a free, monthly publication – “A Mid-Hudson Magazine of Events and Ideas.” The magazine is distributed in counties abutting the mighty Hudson River, including Ulster, Dutchess, Greene, Columbia, Orange and Putnam.
The October 2005 issue of Bon Appetit shows our own John Harney in good company. Sharing the page with Steve Wynn and Eric Ripert, John is described as a Food Artisan. We’ve always known that he is special… now many others know it too!
The April 2005 edition of Country Home features an article titled Steeped in Tradition which explores the Harney family dedication to fine tea. As well, John Harney’s passion for cooking with tea is described in detail, and many of the recipes from his book Tea Cuisine (formerly titled Eat Tea) are listed in the article.
The February 2005 issue of Lucky lists our Yellow & Blue tea among the Teas Too Pretty To Hide. Aren’t we the lucky ones?