Teafluencer: Lauren Servati

Teafluencer: Lauren Servati

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Our June Teafluencer is the talented and industrious Lauren Servati, a professional interior and textile designer and a major Harney tea fan.
Teafluencers: Aurelie Dudziak and Julien Plouffe

Teafluencers: Aurelie Dudziak and Julien Plouffe

6 min read

Our May Teafluencers are Julien Plouffe and Aurelie Dudziak, tea lovers and co-founders of Moonglow jewelry, creators of jewelry with your moon phase.
Teafluencer: Kirsten Kapur

Teafluencer: Kirsten Kapur

9 min read

Our April Teafluencer is Kirsten Kapur, former NYC apparel and textile designer turned knitwear designer and author with a love of tea.

Teafluencer: Carolyn Anne Dowdell

Teafluencer: Carolyn Anne Dowdell

15 min read

Our March Teafluencer is Carolyn Dowdell, a tea-loving dress historian and costumer who transports you back in time.
Teafluencer: Caroline Elenowitz-Hess

Teafluencer: Caroline Elenowitz-Hess

5 min read

Our February Teafluencer is Caroline Elenowitz-Hess, a tea-loving miniature artist who creates tiny, stunning, magical worlds.
Teafluencer: Josephine Ung

Teafluencer: Josephine Ung

5 min read

 Our January Teafluencer is Josephine Ung, a digital lettering artist and illustrator with an interesting background (and love of tea!).

Teafluencer: Melanie Traylor

Teafluencer: Melanie Traylor

8 min read

Our December Teafluencer is Melanie Traylor, a quilt maker and entrepreneur. Read about Melanie and her passion for quilts and tea. 

Teafluencer: Hayley Solano

Teafluencer: Hayley Solano

6 min read

Our November Teafluencer is Hayley Solano, a social media strategist, content creator and singer-songwriter. Read about Hayley’s magical world. 

Teafluencer: Chantal Larocque

Teafluencer: Chantal Larocque

9 min read

Our October Teafluencer is Chantal Larocque, a paper flower artist, author and owner of Paper and Peony. Chantal’s work runs from mini paper flowers to jaw-dropping wall-sized blossoms. Read about Chantal, who turns to tea for her afternoon forget-me-not pick-me-up. 


Tea'd Up for Success - Impromptu Interview

Tea'd Up for Success - Impromptu Interview

1 min read

I was enjoying Labor Day weekend and trying to get my garden under control. Then I took a quick break to say hello to my wife Brigitte at the Tea Shop in Millerton, NY. She told me there were some interesting people that wanted to interview me. Richard Fertig of Short Term Rental University started asking me fun questions, and here are the results.
Teafluencer: Marianne Tolosa

Teafluencer: Marianne Tolosa

11 min read

Marianne Tolosa is a potter from northern Virginia and owner of White Peach Pottery. She finds inspiration for her art all around her and feels that tea connects people in a unique way. Read about Marianne, our September Teafluencer.

Teafluencer: Jennifer Donnelly

Teafluencer: Jennifer Donnelly

11 min read

Best-selling author ofThe Tea Rose andStepsister and serious tea lover Jennifer Donnelly is our latest Teafluencer. Read more about the inspiration behind her books and her deeply steeped devotion to tea.

Teafluencers: Daniel & Connie Kazmaier

Teafluencers: Daniel & Connie Kazmaier

7 min read

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.
Teafluencers: Yuko Shimizu

Teafluencers: Yuko Shimizu

7 min read

Yuko Shimizu is an illustrator and art instructor whose work has graced everything fromThe New York Times to Apple products to DC Comics and so much more. Read our story to discover where this tea lover finds her inspiration.

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.

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.
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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.
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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.


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.

Teafluencers: Polar Buranasatit

Teafluencers: Polar Buranasatit

7 min read

Meet Polar Buranasatit, our December Teafluencer. He's a window display artist, visual display specialist and a 2018 PAVE Rising Star Award finalist who was born with a passion for merchandising. He is also the creative genius behind the beautiful window displays in our SoHo store location. We recently had the opportunity to chat with Polar about his life, career and, of course, his love of tea. Read our full interview with him below!

Teafluencers: Constance Castillo

Teafluencers: Constance Castillo

4 min read

Meet Constance, a film director and artist who claims she has the best job in the world. To her, being an artist is a form of expression that allows her to be herself. She is driven by the idea that art can change the world (all with a little help from a cup of tea!) We had the opportunity to talk to Constance about her experience in filmmaking and art. Read this exclusive Q&A interview.


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