Teafluencers: Stephanie Trotta

Teafluencers: Stephanie Trotta

4 min read

Stephanie Trotta is a stylist and author of The Girl Guide, a lifestyle blog. She has also worked at Ralph Lauren and currently lives in Connecticut. Read our story to learn how this tea lover creates a beautiful life for herself and her clients.
Par-Tea Time! 5 Memorial Day Recipes

Par-Tea Time! 5 Memorial Day Recipes

2 min read

Memorial Day is the official kickoff to summer picnics and backyard barbeques. Serve your guests something unique--read on to find your new favorite tea-infused recipe.
Cheers to You, Mom! Gifts for Mother’s Day

Cheers to You, Mom! Gifts for Mother’s Day

2 min read

Looking for a special Mother’s Day gift? We have fine teas and other gifts to show Mom how much you care. Find a gift sure to make her cup overflow with love, and tea!

How to Make a Mint Tea Julep

How to Make a Mint Tea Julep

1 min read

This year, we decided to put a twist on the classic Mint Julep and create a Mint Tea Julep using one of our Peppermint Herbal tea. Keep reading to learn how you can make this for your upcoming derby party.

Caffeine & Tea: Get the Facts from Emeric Harney

Caffeine & Tea: Get the Facts from Emeric Harney

1 min read

Learn more about the relationship between tea and caffeine from Emeric Harney, as well as bust a few myths. There is a tea for you whether you're looking for a boost in the morning or to reduce your caffeine intake.
Teafluencers: Sharron Lynn

Teafluencers: Sharron Lynn

3 min read

Sharron Lynn is an actor, model, dancer and mentor in NYC. You might recognize her from shows such as HBO's Vinyl, the Netflix Original Series The Get Down, Scary Movie 5, or from touring with Disney’s The Lion King. Read on to learn how she juggles it all.

Going Green: 5 Ways You Can Upcycle Old Tea Tins

Going Green: 5 Ways You Can Upcycle Old Tea Tins

1 min read

Whether you buy tea in bulk and refill your tins or use them to plant an indoor herb garden, we love seeing what you do with your tins after you have finished what’s inside. Check out a few of our favorite ways Harney fans are reusing their tea tins.
How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally With Tea

How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally With Tea

1 min read

This Easter, don’t soak your eggs in bright, store-bought dyes. Steep them in your favorite flavors of tea instead! Read on to learn how you can naturally dye eggs at home.
All About the Ceylon Tea Region

All About the Ceylon Tea Region

3 min read

The small country of Sri Lanka produces a quantity and variety of black teas that rival China. Its unique topography and climate allow for 3 types of tea called Ceylons. Read on to learn more about this small, but mighty region and the teas it produces.

All About the Darjeeling Tea Region

All About the Darjeeling Tea Region

5 min read

The northeastern region of Darjeeling on the border of Nepal and Bhutan is famous for three seasons of tea: the spring’s First Flush, the early summer’s Second Flush and the late summer and fall’s Autumnal teas. Learn more about the Darjeeling tea region and the teas that are produced there
emily-jeffords-art

Teafluencers: Emily Jeffords

5 min read

Emily Jeffords is a painter, creative educator & writer living in Greenville, South Carolina. Read on to learn about Emily, her career and the resources she offers to help others around the world grow as artists.
10 Common Tea Questions Answered

10 Common Tea Questions Answered

4 min read

Tea has been consumed for thousands of years and has been grown in almost every corner of the globe. With its extensive history, the tea industry can be rather intimidating to enter. We hope that our blogcan be a resource for you, no matter where you are at in your tea education, and that this post in particular can help answer some of the most commonly asked tea questions.


bridal-shower-tea-party

How to Host a Bridal Shower Tea Party

2 min read

If you are one of the many friends or family members who have graciously offered to hold a bridal shower for the bride to be, this is when things begin to get stressful for you. Read on to learn how you can throw the perfect bridal shower tea for your bride to be.
All About the Assam Tea Region

All About the Assam Tea Region

5 min read

The twirling brown leaves and golden tips of the world’s greatest Assam black teas yield lovely honey and malty flavors, a little like the maltiness of a good beer. Assams are also among the most assertive and brisk of the black teas. It’s no accident: The more quickly a tea is made, the brisker the body. And everything about Assam tea is fast. Continue on to learn more about the Assam tea region and the types of tea that are sourced from here.

Photo-by-Matt-Humphrey

Teafluencers: Polly Bennett

15 min read

Meet Polly Bennett, our February Teafluencer. Polly is a movement director, choreographer and practitioner creating choreography for professional theatre, movement coaching for feature films and television like The Crown and Bohemian Rhapsody and establishing movement languages for amateur performance, choirs and live performance. Read on to learn more about her life before becoming a movement coach and how her passions and experiences helped her become a master of movement.


How Much Caffeine Is in My Tea?

How Much Caffeine Is in My Tea?

3 min read

We all have different reasons we drink tea. While some drink it to wind down, others drink it to perk up. Some may simply enjoy the warm, comforting qualities of this ancient beverage while others love to cool down with it on a summer afternoon. No matter what your reason is, understanding the amount of caffeine contained in your delicate teacup or monster mug will only enhance your experience and your relationship with tea. Read on to learn about the amount of caffeine in tea, what affects caffeine levels in tea and common caffeine myths.

17 Teas That Satisfy the Most Common Cravings

17 Teas That Satisfy the Most Common Cravings

2 min read

Although it feels as though winter will never end, spring’s warmer weather is creeping closer. Bulky sweater season is coming to a close, but it’s not getting to the gym that has us shaking in our boots. It’s the thought of giving up our favorite sweets and treats that has us dreading the summer slim down. One easy way we like to fight our cravings is by finding low-calorie, or better yet, no-calorie alternatives (ahem, tea, ahem). Read on to find tea substitutes for your cravings.

All About the Japanese Tea Regions

All About the Japanese Tea Regions

3 min read

Harney & Sons Fine Tea has been importingJapanese teas directly from Japan for over 35 years, and the family has decades-long personal relationships with the best tea growers in the industry. Continue reading to learn more about the Japanese tea region and the areas Harney & Sons source from.

Teafluencers: Monica Ketchum

Teafluencers: Monica Ketchum

6 min read

Inspired by her family and her faith, Monica Ketchum started her blog Momma Meets World 2 years ago in the hopes that she could be a source of encouragement to other mamas out there. Read on the learn more about Monica, her brand and her love for tea.

How Does Harney & Sons Rate Their Tea?

How Does Harney & Sons Rate Their Tea?

3 min read

Michael Harney is a master tea buyer and blender for more than 25 years, a published author and educator and the Mike behind all the Mike’s Tea Ratings you see on our site. These ratings are based on three important attributes. Read on to learn how Mike Harney rates teas for Harney & Sons.

10 Ways to Reuse Tea Tins To Get More Organized In The New Year

10 Ways to Reuse Tea Tins To Get More Organized In The New Year

3 min read

No matter what your new year’s resolution is, getting more organized will help you set your intentions for 2019. But don't run out to the store for storage bins just yet. You can organize your home using items you already have (ahem, Harney tea tins, ahem). Read on to learn how you can upcycle our tins to create a home you’ll love.


1 2 3 8 Next