Tea is a blissful ritual no matter what time of the day. To start 2020 in a delightful way, celebrate Hot Tea month!
Our December Teafluencer is Melanie Traylor, a quilt maker and entrepreneur. Read about Melanie and her passion for quilts and tea.
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.
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.
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.