Here’s a perfect, inexpensive and easy fall decorating idea: making lanterns out of empty Harney tea tins. Our step-by-step instructions are easy to follow and make the perfect fall decoration.
Uncertain about the best ways to store tea? Discover the do’s and don’ts of proper tea storage to keep your Harney tea as fresh as the day it was packaged.
One of the most famous ceremonies in the world, the Japanese tea ceremony is a complex ritual rich with meaning and tradition. Learn about its history and what makes a Japanese tea ceremony special.
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.
Harney & Sons Tea is proud to support Fair Trade Certified farmers and products, and here’s why. Learn more about what Fair Trade Certified means.
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.
Nothing says summertime like iced tea, so we’ve taken it up a notch with iced tea cocktails. Harney Happy Hour is back just in time to see you through the end of summer.
Tanzania and Rwanda are global suppliers of world-class tea, with Tanzania producing the fourth-highest amount of tea from Africa and Rwanda, one of Africa’s smallest countries, being a major exporter as well.
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!
When it comes to choosing coffee, soda or tea, there are well-documented reasons why drinking tea is better for your health (and your soul!).
When summer temps start to soar, there’s nothing like a refreshing glass of iced tea to cool you down. Discover some of our favorites, from mint verbena to blue lavender.
Kenya is the fourth largest producer of tea after China, Sri Lanka and India. Known for their specialty Orthodox black teas, Kenyan tea is more commonly developed as a blend in teas around the world.
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.