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Beverly Dubrin compares tasting and drinking tea to tasting and drinking wine. She shares several San Francisco Bay Area teahouses with us.
Taking Time for Tea in San Diego, California
Sally covers seven tea rooms, resorts and hotels that offer Afternoon Tea in San Diego.
A Glimpse at Chanoyu
Diana Rosen shares her experiences at the Urasenke Foundation Center in Los Angeles.
American Classic Tea
Sally ventures to South Carolina to visit the United States' only tea plantation.
Connoiseur-Level Black Teas and How to Brew Them
Diana Rosen sings the praises of black teas, plus information on where to get them and how best to brew them.
Cooking With Tea
Diana Rosen tells us what an enterprising chef can do with fine tea, besides brewing up a fine cup.
Indian and South-East Asian Beverages
Nancy Freeman weaves tales with recipes in this article on traditional Asian beverages.
Diana Rosen gets immersed in the foods of this ancient ceremony.
Feeling a little beat by your hectic routine? Diana Rosen has the "an-tea-dote": Solo Teas, a time for tranquility.
Taking Time for Tea in San Francisco
Caroline Carter writes one of our most popular articles. It covers the usual and the unusual!
Tea Book Favorites
Diana Rosen tells us about her favorite books on the subject of tea.
Tea Fragrance of Munnar Hills, South India
Ammini Ramachandran shares the fragrance of fresh spices and tea.
Tea Readings Span the Globe
Diana Rosen reviews three tea books with worldly views: Japanese tea ceremonies, all that tea in China, and Englishwomen around the tea table.
Tea, that Very British of Drinks
Claudia Foleng-Achunche talks tea in Great Britain including their top 4 hotel tea rooms.
The Road to Manotea
Michael Harper describes his journey to tea.
Travel the Ports of Teadom
If backwoods camping is not your idea of a relaxing vacation, these suggestions from Diana Rosen just might be your "cup of tea."