During Thanksgiving, incorporating a tea ritual into your celebration can be a memorable way of inviting gratitude into your home and your heart.
For centuries, the British have paused each afternoon to enjoy Cream Tea. Rich in history and custom, the practice of Cream Tea has stood the test of time.
There's no better way to end your day then with the calming, meditative focus that tea provides. An evening tea meditation brings peace and gratitude, preparing body, mind, and spirit for a good night's sleep.
Once considered a custom of the refined, the act of taking midday or afternoon tea is habit we should all embrace especially in today’s hurried times.
When’s a good time for tea? For us...ANY time is tea time, but especially first thing in the morning, as it puts you in a position of strength, balance and wholeness.
Journey with us around the world to learn about traditions and customs in other cultures and the teas they drink to celebrate them.
Early tea rituals were a time to slow the normal rhythm of life and become aware of all your senses, developing an appreciation for the beauty of the moment, no matter how imperfect it may be.
Spring is the most exciting time of year in Japan, as cherry blossoms bloom in waves up the coast the green tea harvest follows. Our video shares more about our favorite Japanese Green Teas and why we enjoy them so much.
Finding and maintaining a balanced harmony of health and wholeness between body, mind and spirit is the focus of a tea lifestyle.
From the rich volcanic soils of Rwanda comes our limited edition Rwanda Rukeri White Needle. Silky sweet and full of flavor, it is our current afternoon mood.