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Turn Up The Heat: Methods For Boiling Water

The perfect cup of tea starts with the correct water temperature. From traditional Chinese methods to innovative appliances that remove all the guesswork, there are a number of water boiling techniques.Read more...

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2013 Discontinued Teas

At Teavana, our tea masters work to continue to develop flavors that fulfill our promise to deliver premium, high-quality, loose leaf teas. We are delighted to release a new collection of teas for our tea lovers to enjoy this Fall! To welcome these new teas onto our Wall of Tea, we must first say goodbye to dear favorites. Be sure to stock up before they go! Please note: Some discontinued teas that are not available online may still be found in our stores. Read more...

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Flavor Profile: White Tea

Flavor Profile: White Tea

White tea, the purest and most delicate form of tea, has a mild flavor and mellow sweetness. Like many teas, the flavor of white tea changes depending upon how long it’s steeped. When steeped for a minute or so, white tea tastes light and floral. Longer steeping times bring out white tea’s honeyed sweetness.Read more...

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The History of Bone China

The History of Bone China

Bone china is a delicate paste made of clay minerals and bone ash. Bone china was originally developed in East London in the mid 18th century by a potter named Thomas Frye. Later, the potter Josiah Spode improved upon the process with a formulation that was 6 parts bone ash, 4 parts china stone and 3.5 parts Kaolinite, a mineral known as “china clay". This formulation is still used today.Read more...

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To Re-Steep or Not to Re-Steep

To Re-Steep or Not to Re-Steep

Re-steeping tea is a great way to get more from every tea leaf. In fact, one of the many benefits of drinking loose leaf tea is that it can be re-steeped several times, depending on the type of tea and your taste.Read more...

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Teavana Customer Favorites: Herbal Tea

Teavana Customer Favorites: Herbal Tea

At Teavana, we’re known for our inventive tea blends, which combine the highest quality tea with fruit, spice and floral ingredients that appeal to senses of taste, smell and sight. Combining choice ingredients into leading flavor combinations, Teavana’s herbal teas are as popular as they are delicious. Read more...

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Find a great dessert tea

Five Flavorful Dessert Teas

Dessert teas make a great substitute for high-calorie desserts. If you’re new to dessert tea, or if you’re looking for a new favorite, let Teavana be your guide. Here are our favorite dessert teas that are perfect after a meal, or any time of day. Read more...

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