Tea strainers and infusers make brewing loose-leaf teas easy no matter where you are. Discover their history and usefulness.
Tea lattes are another way to enjoy our delicious Harney teas. Discover how to make yours at home with a variety of teas.
We've partnered with The Metropolitan Museum of Art to create a few blends that are as delightful as works of art!
We studied which Harney Teas match different genres of music. The answers are tealightful!
Tea is a blissful ritual no matter what time of the day. To start 2020 in a delightful way, celebrate Hot Tea month!
Drink tea like the British monarchy with these tips on a beloved British tradition, the afternoon tea ceremony. Learn the history of this national institution and discover how you can create your very own.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), an annual international campaign organized by major breast cancer charities to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its origin, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care.
Learn about the South African tea regions and the country’s exclusive teas, rooibos and honeybush. There’s more to South Africa than exotic wildlife.
What do spirit animals, date nights and desserts all have in common? They can predict your true personali-tea! Answer these 5 simple questions to discover the tea type that best suits you!
Dan & Connie Kazmaier are photographers and entrepreneurs who created a board game called Chai based on their love of tea. Read our story to be inspired by their passion to pursue their dreams.
When it comes to making dad feel special on his day, this Beer Tea Shandy is the perfect drink for beer - and tea- loving dads everywhere to kick back and enjoy.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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
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.
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.