It's so exciting to see our partners across the globe, who have come to be great friends. Hear more about my time in Australia and New Zealand!
Our February Teafluencer is Caroline Elenowitz-Hess, a tea-loving miniature artist who creates tiny, stunning, magical worlds.
We've partnered with The Metropolitan Museum of Art to create a few blends that are as delightful as works of art!
Teapots date back to the 13th century, but they’re just as popular today as ever. Discover the history of teapots and share your favorite.
I started the first few weeks of 2020 visiting our friends and partners in Korea, where we have a few Harney and Sons shops. It's a joy to travel and see familiar places and friends, as well as partake in the culture.
Find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your sweet-tea at Harney. Shop our collection of fine teas, wares, treats and apparel.
The history of tea in the United States is a story unique, going back to the 1600s and the Revolutionary War to today’s American tea-drinking habits.
We studied which Harney Teas match different genres of music. The answers are tealightful!
Our January Teafluencer is Josephine Ung, a digital lettering artist and illustrator with an interesting background (and love of tea!).
Dozens of our Harney & Sons teas are made with all-natural ingredients that can help soothe your cold and provide relief.
Tea is a blissful ritual no matter what time of the day. To start 2020 in a delightful way, celebrate Hot Tea month!
We count down the top 10 Harney best-selling teas from 2019 including some old favorites and delicious newcomers.
Our December Teafluencer is Melanie Traylor, a quilt maker and entrepreneur. Read about Melanie and her passion for quilts and tea.
Movie go-ers and bookworms, rejoice! The end of 2019 calls for a great celebration along with the holiday festivities. Little Women, Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel from 1868, is being illustrated for the big screen.
Read about Chinese tea traditions where tea has been an integral part of the culture for centuries, and learn how to host a Chinese tea ceremony.
There’s never a wrong time for a cup of tea! From caffeinated teas to decaf teas, learn how different types of tea can power you from morning to, well, morning!
Our November Teafluencer is Hayley Solano, a social media strategist, content creator and singer-songwriter. Read about Hayley’s magical world.
Whether you take milk in your tea or not, discover the history of milky tea and learn about the long-standing debate of whether milk goes in the cup first or tea does. Read about milk teas around the world and discover recipes.
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.
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.
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.