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Product Spotlight: Cherry Bark Tea Canister

Product Spotlight: Cherry Bark Tea Canister

The carving of cherry bark is a Japanese craft dating back at least 1000 years. Since then, cherry bark has been used to make tobacco cases, decorative boxes and tea canisters that are revered for their natural beauty. Read more...

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Building a Tea Pantry

Building a Tea Pantry

There’s nothing worse than receiving a Teavana order in the mail and realizing you’ve forgotten to order that one item needed to make a perfect cup of tea. Let us help you build the perfect tea pantry filled with favorites that you can use again and again. Read more...

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All About Hibiscus

Hibiscus teas have been enjoyed for centuries by people all across the world including Egypt, Cambodia and the Caribbean. Consumed for its flavor and other benefits, the sepals of the hibiscus plant, Hibiscus sabdariffa, create a deep red infusion that's well-loved for its tangy sweetness and cooling effect on the body. Read more...

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All About Darjeeling

Darjeeling tea is grown in the Darjeeling region of the northernmost tip of West Bengal, India. Set in the foothills of the Himalayas, Darjeeling is full of lush forests and sprawling tea plantations where they produce some of the most delicious and distinctive tea in the world. Read more...

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New Teas on the Horizon

Pack your bags and journey with us across the globe to a paradise of new, rare and exotic teas. We’re always thinking of innovative tea blends that intrigue the taste buds and soothe the palate. Read more...

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English Tea Room Etiquette

Year of the Snake

In the Chinese zodiac, the years are represented by animals. Legend has it these animals competed for the twelve spots on the zodiac. Where they fall on the zodiac represents how fast they got there. The snake arrived 6th, after scaring the horse. Read more...

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Top 5 Reasons to Drink Tea

Top 5 Reasons to Drink Tea

Like many great inventions, tea was discovered by chance - an accident with great potential. Who knew such a rich and prosperous culture would form from a few leaves drifting into a pot of boiling water.

Tea drinking originated from an ancient Chinese Emperor and a few fallen leaves that have managed to travel into our daily lives. There are many reasons why people are joining the world of tea. But, if we had to name a few, we celebrate the culture of tea drinking for the following reasons: Read more...

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Gift Ideas for Tea Lovers

Gift Ideas for Tea Lovers

Tea lovers have got to be some of the easiest people to shop for. That’s because there’s just so much tea and teaware that they’d love to have, and so many ways to build a gift they’ll absolutely cherish Read more...

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The Art of Blending Tea

The Art of Blending Tea

Our tea development team is not alone when it comes to exploring the art of tea blending! Recently, teaologists from our stores were called upon to submit their unique and memorable tea blends. These were a few of our favorites: Read more...

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The Art of Blending Tea

Vote & elect your favorite Teavana tea! - WINNER!

The ballots have been cast and counted and the results are in for the 2012 Teavana Tea Election. Your #1 tea is Samurai Chai Mate, a fully caffeinated, sweet and spicy infusion of cinnamon and citrus undertones. Read more...

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