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Put On Your Easter Bonnet!
Keep the joy hopping with our limited edition Easter collection, featuring bunny-themed teatime accessories, a floral mug, and an exclusive tea blend.
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Best Sellers & Staff Favorites
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A special travel-inspired blend. $7/oz, available March – August.
A simple but thoughtfully chosen combination of fruit + flowers. $7/oz.
Feel the strong roots of tea, always there for you. $7/oz.
Everything feels easier after a calm cup of this blend.
Featured in our tea club and now available to all customers. $7/oz.
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Spring is in the air, beautiful flowers are blooming everywhere, and it’s time to think about hosting a celebratory Easter tea party! Easter Tea Party Decor Lovely pastels, lacy whites, and fresh flowers make a very pretty table for your Easter tea party. A bunch or two of fresh tulips will make your table come alive with a spring-time feel. Holiday candies make great centerpiece accents scattered across the table and around place settings. For place cards, use paper with a graphic design (like origami paper) to cut out your guests’ first initial and affix it to a decorated egg. […]Read More
As the weather warms and our toes defrost, Easter draws nearer. Regardless of how you choose to celebrate the holiday, this time of year means that treats are upon us! Peeps and chocolate are to be expected, but have you tried hot cross buns? The history of hot cross buns is one that isn’t widely known, but will give you a deeper appreciation for the delicious seasonal treat. And who doesn’t want an easy hot cross buns recipe? The History of Hot Cross Buns A popular Easter-time treat across much of the world, the hot cross bun is traditionally a […]Read More
Have you heard of tea eggs? I hadn’t either. Come to find out, tea eggs are a food typically prepared in Asian countries. Tea shops will sometimes make and put these out at the entrance to their shops to entice buyers into the store. If you like sweeter teas, this might sound a little weird, but hang in there with me and I’ll show you how to make tea eggs. It’s easier than I thought it would be! What is a Tea Egg? In essence, a tea egg is a hard boiled egg that is then cracked and soaked in […]Read More