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Host the Holidays in Style

From table settings to food and drinks to aromas, savvy party planners know that success is all about the tiny details. This year, we encourage our tea lovers everywhere to start a new tradition: set your table with the unique elements of tea!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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Product Spotlight: Cherry Bark Tea Canister

Product Spotlight: Cherry Bark Tea Canister

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Sweetest Thing: German Rock Sugar

Sweetest Thing: German Rock Sugar

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Choosing a Teapot

Choosing a Teapot

One of the questions we're often asked is how to choose the correct teapot. There are a wide array of types of teapots as well as different styles and designs. How can you choose one you'll be happy with for years to come? Read more...

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Tetsubin: Making of Japanese Cast Iron Teapots

Tetsubin: Making of Japanese Cast Iron Teapots

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