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TeaTime July/August 2021

TeaTime is America's #1 magazine for tea enthusiasts- and now you can enjoy every single page on your tablet! The magazine shares inspirational tea-party menues, recipes, and table-setting ideas, tea focused destinations and events, tea traditions and much more. Every issue of TeaTime magazine includes tea pairings and expert advice, ideas for creating beautiful tablescapes, and fascinating articles on tea experiences across the world!

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Land:
United States
Taal:
English
Uitgever:
Hoffman Media
Frequentie:
Bimonthly
€ 4,46(Incl. btw)
€ 16,08(Incl. btw)
6 Edities

in deze editie

1 min
darjeeling teas

Organic Monks Blend TRUE LEAF TEA trueleaftea.com TEACUP: Spode Audubon “This flavorful blend of Darjeeling, Nilgiri, Assam, and Keemun teas creates a smooth cup that fellow black tea fans will thoroughly enjoy.” —Janice Ritter, dealer program manager Organic and Fairtrade Darjeeling HAMPSTEAD TEA marktwendell.com TEACUP: Crown Staffordshire Bird of Paradise “When steeped, this tea bag releases an exquisite and aromatic liquor with fruity and subtle floral notes that exemplify the excellent quality of Makaibari Tea Estate’s autumnal flush.” —Britt Crawford, associate editor Mim THE TEA SHOPPE theteashoppewv.com TEACUP: Coalport Hong Kong (Mauve Flowers) “This second-flush offering from Mim Tea Estate has classic muscatel character but with the body and finish typical of a first-flush tea.” —Leighann Bryant, art director Earl Grey’s Lady Violet TEA GSCHWENDNER shop.tgtea.com TEACUP: Royal Worcester Melrose “The familiar citrus notes of Earl Grey blend effortlessly with a first-flush Darjeeling to create…

1 min
old english beauty

Founded in 1883, Johnson Brothers was one of the early stars of England’s china-manufacturing community. While the brand was eventually discontinued in 2015—after becoming part of the Wedgwood Group in 1968—its many wares and designs became timeless treasures, many passed down from generation to generation. Produced sometime in the first half of the 20th century, this Eastbourne (Old English) teapot displays a subtle floral motif that is befitting a summertime tea table. July Jubilation Complement the blues and greens within the bands around the bodies and lids of Eastbourne’s teapot, milk pitcher, and sugar bowl by placing the set at a table adorned with the same hues featured on Royal Worcester’s W8464 dinner plates and Stanley Pottery’s Torbex salad plates, teacups, and saucers. Blue-and-white patterned napkins and the gilded handles of Barclay…

1 min
recipe index

Aïoli Savoury Aïoli 26 Buttercreams & Ganaches Bittersweet Ganache 41 Sour Cream Buttercream 41 White Chocolate Ganache 29 Savories Almond Butter & Currant Jelly Teddy Bears 49 Apple & Grape Chicken Salad Sandwiches 48 Chilled Crab Salad Sandwiches 37 Egg and Cress Tea Sandwiches 25 Garden Vegetable, Roast Beef & Cheddar Tea Sandwiches 25 Ham & Cheese Flower Sandwiches 48 Mushroom-Leek Quiche Squares 38 Radish & Herbed Butter Sandwiches 37 Salmon Roses on Cucumber Rounds 26 Scones Apple-Rose Scones 28 Caraway, Currant, and Almond Scones 40 Cinnamon-Raisin Mini Scones 52 Gluten-Free Banoffee Scones 57 Sweets Apricot-Hazelnut Flourless Cakes 41 Blueberry-Ginger Tartlets 44 Cherry Garibaldi Biscuits 55 Elderflower, Lemon & White Chocolate Cakes 29 Lemon-Lavender Shortbread 43 Orange & Honey Custard Tartlets 31 Roly-Poly Jam Cake 54 Strawberry Jammy Flowers 29 Toffee–Chocolate Chip Biscuits 55 EDITOR’S NOTE: Recipe titles shown in gold are gluten-free, provided gluten-free versions of processed ingredients (such as flours, prepared meats, sauces, extracts, and stocks) are used. advertisers’ index Art…

4 min
gerri's tea room

Newcomers to Gerri’s Tea Room are in for a pleasant surprise when they enter the venue and find the owner, Gerardine Gwarnicki (or Gerri, as she prefers), dressed in a beautiful and elaborate Victorian-style gown bustling around the tearoom, pouring tea for each visitor. Since the restaurant opened in 2012, details like this have made Gerri’s Tea Room truly remarkable for both regular patrons and first-timers. However, Gerri’s experience in the hospitality industry and her knowledge of the afternoon-tea tradition dates back much earlier than her decision to open her own establishment. A native of Tipperary, a small town in Ireland, Gerri grew up enjoying teatime, albeit she describes her childhood ritual as a little more homey than the tea parties she hosts today. “We felt more comfortable, like one would…

4 min
resources for readers

COVER Royal Albert Tranquillity teapot ($249.95), dinner plate ($45.99), footed cup and saucer set ($23.99), and 3-tiered serving tray ($119.95); Spode Maritime Rose Blue creamer ($79.95) from Replacements, Ltd., 800-737-5223, replacements.com. Blue vase from private collection. TITLE PAGE Page 2: Coalport Pageant teapot ($262.46)and flat cup and saucer set ($27.99); Coalport Elite Gold sugar bowl with lid ($43.99) from Replacements, Ltd., 800-737-5223, replacements.com. MASTHEAD Page 5: (Clockwise from bottom left) Crown Staffordshire Bird of Paradise footed cup and saucer set ($25.99); Spode Elysee footed cup and saucer set ($27.99); Royal Worcester Melrose flat cup and saucer set ($29.99); Spode Audubon Birds flat cup and saucer set ($49.99); John Aynsley Capistrano footed cup and saucer set ($27.99) from Replacements, Ltd., 800-737-5223, replacements.com. TREASURED TEAPOT: OLD ENGLISH BEAUTY Pages 20–22: Johnson Brothers Eastbourne (Old English) teapot (price unavailable), sugar…

5 min
the hazelmore

Images of England’s Lake District have filled our heads ever since our parents lulled us to sleep with the wondrous Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in the northwest corner of Great Britain, is a picture-perfect landscape of stone houses, colorful gardens, magical waterfalls, and lakeside villages conveniently dotted with the occasional tearoom. A favorite oasis for tea lovers sits in the center of the Edwardian seaside resort town of Grange-over-Sands, where visitors flock to one of England’s most lauded tearooms, The Hazelmere. Built in 1897 as a café and refreshment room that featured local fare, the historic Hazelmere Café building is fronted by a glass canopy and overlooks the town’s ornamental gardens and mile-long promenade along the sand flats of Morecambe Bay. Wealthy…