TeaTime July/August 2018

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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come for tea

The royal nuptials this summer have brought increased interest in afternoon tea, perhaps because Meghan Markle’s first meeting with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace was for tea. And thanks to coaching by Englishman Edmund Fry, proprietor of Rose Tree Cottage in Pasadena, California, whose tearoom was one those featured in last issue’s installment of “TeaTime 15,” Ms. Markle was well prepared. Although most of us will likely never have the privilege of being invited to tea with the queen, we can get a sense of what would be served in Royal Teas, a book by two of Her Majesty’s chefs. Turn to page 54 to read more about it and to see the queen’s recipe for drop scones—they just might be a little different than what you would expect. Before TeaTime’s…

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dear teatime

Taking Tea in Indianapolis “I just received my May/June issue of TeaTime. I have my lemon tea and lemon-ginger scone, and my plan is to read [from] cover to cover. I see on the cover, there is an article about ‘Tea Places of Indianapolis.’ Can’t wait to read that one, because I lived in Noblesville, close by, prior to moving to Florida.” -CAROLYN HAGERTY HEIER via Facebook “Last summer I was waiting for my friend to join me for tea at Tina’s Traditional Old English Kitchen in Carmel, Indiana. I noticed a man taking photos inside the tearoom and asked him about it. He told me he was with TeaTime magazine. I was so excited to find out that my favorite tearoom would be highlighted in an upcoming issue. That day was so…

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tea events calendar

July 19 Mad Hatter Tea Party 11:30 a.m. Sweet Remembrances Tea Room Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania Spend a wonderful summer morning in Wonderland at this themed tea celebration. Guests will enjoy a lovely adult and kid-friendly tea party while being entertained with a visit from Alice and the Mad Hatter! This event—hosted by the Rosemary House, Sweet Remembrances Tea Room, and My Fantasy Party—will be held in a lovely herb garden, so feel free to come donning your best sun hat. This event costs $25 per person. For more information and to make reservations, call 717-697-5111, or visit sweetremembrancestearoom.com. 20 A Tour of the Colonies: INDIA 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The English Tea Room & Eatery Covington, Louisiana Join The English Tea Room on a culinary and cultural journey of India at a festive tea celebration. Explore Indian traditions…

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brilliantly british

To Have and to Hold Own a unique part of history and celebrate the union of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with this posh William Edwards teacup and saucer from royal warrant holder Fortnum & Mason. (£50 plus shipping, fortnumandmason.com) Keeping Cosy Insulate your freshly brewed tea and show UK pride with this traditional Union Jack Tea Cozy. ($24.95, littlebritishcottage.com) Another Cuppa, Please Enjoy sipping English Breakfast tea or another favorite blend from this delightful “You’re Just My Cup of Tea” mug. ($24, thebeeskneesbritishimports.com) Mind the Gap Add a touch of London style to your kitchen with this pretty London Toile Set of Tea Towels from Cath Kidston. ($21, cathkidston.com or 877-259-8559) Top It Off These delectable, fruity jams from The Wooden Spoon, handmade in Kent, make for perfect quintessentially British toppings for scones. ($6.95 each, britsusa.com or 785-843-2288) Practically…

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breakfast blends

English Breakfast Tea NEWBY newbyteas.us • 517-999-0590 TEACUP: Wedgwood Wonderlust Peony Diamond “Hints of citrus complement the malty aroma of this delicious black tea blend. I like that it isn’t too astringent, making it a soothing brew to enjoy at any time of day.” —Katherine Cloninger, editorial assistant Williamson Tea Lifeboat Tea MARK T. WENDELL TEA COMPANY marktwendell.com • 978-635-9200 TEACUP: Wedgwood Wonderlust Apple Blossom “Not only does this English Breakfast blend have a pleasant, full-bodied profile, it also benefits the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in the UK and Republic of Ireland.” —Leighann Bryant, art director Tregothnan Classic Tea BRITS britsusa.com • 785-843-2288 TEACUP: Wedgwood Wonderlust Crimson Orient “I love the bold flavor of this English-grown tea blended with Indian Assam. Its awakening effects make for an ideal morning beverage.” —Janice Ritter, dealer program manager Ringtons Breakfast Blend FINEST ENGLISH TEA finestenglishtea.com • 800-529-4954 TEACUP: Wedgwood Wonderlust Midnight…

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everything stops for tea

Hardly a week goes by without a request coming in from a reader asking, “Where should I have tea while visiting England?” For more than 30 years, I’ve traveled from the Highlands of Scotland to the tip of Cornwall in search of unique tea experiences. After driving thousands of miles on the wrong side of the road and consuming gallons of tea and hundreds of scones, I’ve become well acquainted with British landmarks and tea customs. Most travelers begin their journey in London, but from the iconic hotels, such as The Ritz or The Dorchester, to the retail legends, such as Harrods or Fortnum & Mason, afternoon tea can quickly become an expensive adventure here. I suggest you enjoy all the city has to offer while planning a variety of teatimes…