From ginger shots to soothing chamomile tea, learn these healing food hacks to feel energized in honor of Rachel de Thample’s new book Vital Tonics and Soothing Teas.
Several hotels around the globe are hosting teas for Mother’s Day either traditionally or with…
Spike your next batch of iced tea with tequila to create the forever-fun iced teaquila.
In Brooklyn’s Industry City, Extraction Lab is serving tea and coffee unlike anything we’ve experienced before.
Did you know it’s National Hot Tea Month? Could you be making better beverage choices?
Iced or warm, chai tea is a spicy way to rejuvenate. Use these six spices, plus any of your favorites, to create the aromatic beverage.
The cold season can be harsh on your body. Try this healing blueberry tea.
This season, make tea your go-to beverage when the temperatures drop down below. Here are a few hot tips to provide courtesy of ITMA (International Tea Masters Association)-certified tea sommelier and innkeeper Frankee Muller of Voss Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bozeman, MT.
Easily entertain with a juicy pork tenderloin rubbed with cinnamon, garlic, and black tea and finished with a tea and shallot sauce.
Spruce up your holiday baking and dessert table with these festive recipes infused with seasonal tea and get ready for a kitchen full of awesome aromas.
Soft and fragrant, this blueberry gingerbread tea loaf is loaded with cozy spices, and pairs perfectly with a cup of tea. Quick to make and tasting so festive, this cake makes a delicious breakfast or dessert for your hungry guests.
Give autumn the proper sendoff and dive into winter with these cranberry and vanilla tea-infused crepes stuffed with a sweet apple filling.
For an elegant winter or holiday dessert, these Calvados Mascarpone Topped Tea Poached Apples are a divine.
Infused with a ginger tea to create a beautiful marbled look and great flavor, these holiday spiced deviled eggs bring amazing and festive tastes to your appetizer spread.
With the soft, rich texture of a brownie, these gluten free and vegan chocolate muffins are the perfect holiday morning treat, infused with a peppermint green tea.
Loaded with warm hints of cinnamon and vanilla, this soft buttermilk cake is infused with tea and topped with almonds and whipped mascarpone for a delightful holiday dessert.
If you have a friend who travels thousands of miles just to dine at a renowned restaurant or spends weekends battling deep bouts of wanderlust by cooking cuisine from some far off land—this is the list for them. Tap into the exotic sensibilities of your favorite travelers with this comprehensive list of tested and approved travel-ready gifts for food lovers.
Savor this magical time of year with peppermint tea cookies loaded with warm vanilla and peppermint flavor thanks to tea. They’re buttery and ideal with a matching cup of tea.
Loaded with creamy, nutty, spiced and vanilla flavors and aromas from tea, this bundt cake is the perfect dessert for the coming holidays.
The ancient technique of whisking Japanese matcha tea does not take a ton of skill, but does require patience and respect for the ceremony.
Give your chocolate bark a new minty and earthy flavor with the addition of a green tea with milk thistle, cinnamon and more.
Full of flavor, thanks to the addition of a gingerbread spice tea, these gingerbread muffins are soft and topped with a sweet crumble so they are sure to be a holiday hit.
Let the flavors of the season sneak into everything you make. For a sweet, seasonal delight, whip up a batch of ginger tea infused marshmallows.
Cool afternoons taste better with spiced shortbread cookies and a mug of caramel apple dream tea. Stay warm and cozy with the best flavors of the season.
Harvest pumpkin brownies are made with a delicious ingredient, tea, for the ultimate autumn treat. Dark chocolate and pumpkin batters are swirled for a simple and stunning sweet.
Want to know what goes great with a spicy dip like harissa pumpkin hummus? A warm mug of pumpkin tea. Yes, your afternoon snack just got a whole lot better.
A rich, ginger molasses cake made with a brewed tea is the perfect cool weather treat topped with cream cheese frosting and served with a steaming mug of tea.
Did you recently go apple picking? Do you have a hefty harvest of fall apples in your kitchen? Easily make a batch of these caramel apple tea scones with the seasonal produce.
Enjoy a taste of Malaysia with this luscious tea native to the country.
Made with a caramel apple tea blend, this easy fall breakfast will keep you nourished until lunch. Simply combine, shake refrigerate until the morning.
Whip up an easy, gluten free mini pumpkin cake loaded with warm spices and flavors that is perfect with a warm cup of tea and shared with just a few friends.
Try a new drink this fall that tastes like a bubbly pumpkin cider. This sweet harvest pumpkin kombucha is loaded with refreshing probiotics that are balanced with cozy fall flavors.
Sweet with a hint of salt and made with a warm autumn tea, these sweet harvest pumpkin scones are easy to make and drizzled with a perfect salted caramel glaze.
Let a warm plate of aromatic scones made with a milk thistle, barley, and orange peel tea brighten a cold morning or easily feed a holiday brunch crowd.
Traveling to the exotic destinations of Kenya, Sri Lanka, India and Indonesia, discover aromatic and flavorful experiences through tea.
Here’s a pair of energizing, detoxifying, and relaxing fresh herb teas that Ridge 2 Reef Farm shared with us in St. Croix.
If anyone knows tea it’s the Brits. What makes a perfect cup according to historic British author George Orwell?
Scrumptious, spiced chai tea is made even creamier with a healthy dose of white chocolate that melts perfectly in the warm drink. from Lindt USA.
These adult and virgin recipes for rooibos tea, will keep you warm as the cool autumn air sets in.
From simple to spruced up, these iced tea recipes from some of America’s favorite BnB’s are sure to cool you down with a sweet sip.
August Uncommon has done it again. With their line of bold summer flavors you can start and end your day with tea in a mug or your cocktail shaker.
Sun’s out, rum’s out! Summer is the time for tall glasses of iced tea and these deliciously boozy twists on a warm weather favorite will keep your pitchers flowing all season long.
Try a classic sweet black tea and once you have the base down, experiment with flavored variations.
Charred grapefruit, smoked salt, and cilantro come together for an intriguing drink perfect for Iced Tea Day.
Just because the weather is warmer doesn’t mean you have to neglect a warm cup of green tea. Adapt and make this green tea milkshake to cool you down.
A vibrant, lightly sweet beverage packed with fresh strawberries, blackberries, lemons and mint.
What does a British gentleman’s tea look like? Picture ales, whiskeys, and savory scones that are a perfect way to celebrate Dad.
Swirled with matcha green tea and chocolate, this babka bread is a stunning baked treat.
Forget crowded and expensive restaurants this Mother’s Day. Celebrate your mom—and all the special women in your life—with an afternoon tea party.
A classic iced tea elevated by a medley of fruits and garnishes.
A peek at how to use iced tea in cocktails and even a broth for cooking rice noodles.
A simple lavender iced tea takes a classic spring drink to a gourmet refresher with subtle floral notes.
You could never go wrong with a cozy mug of tea. Velvety cashew almond butter and condensed milk compliment black tea all too well.
Add apple cider and a cinnamon stick to your morning cup of black tea for a new twist.
Make an aromatic cocktail out of your hibiscus tea, and add cinnamon to help liven it up.
A slightly fruit cranberry iced tea is perfect to throw in a slow cooker and let simmer all day with aromatic spices. Enjoy with a fresh lemon slice.
Get equipped with loose leaf tea and all the pointers you’ll need for an amazing cup every time you break out the teapot.
We love hot toddies and it’s the perfect time of year to fall head over heels with the warm drink. Cheers to the chilly days of winter with a stunning, steaming drink that will warm you through and through.
Made with gin and Japanese shochu, this citrus-y yuzu flip has hints of jasmine tea and is just refreshing enough for a January reset.
A deliciously blended green tea latte is not only beautiful, but has a hint of sweet maple and is topped with creamy, thick coconut milk.