This subtly sweet vegan smoothie makes the perfect summer breakfast: ultra-creamy with a hint of grassy green tea powder, it's delicious enough to double as dessert.
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Tea people always talk about how the quality of your water can affect the taste of your tea. What does that claim look like when you put it to the test? Should you bother making your tea with bottled or filtered water?
When outsiders try to learn about tea, they're usually stymied by the industry's mindboggling complexity, and a marketplace rife with misinformation and counterfeit product doesn't do much to help. That's why I've made the journey to one of China's tea capitals: to learn how and why this little leaf from a plain-looking shrub drives a whole economy wild.
A simple and delightful cocktail made with chamomile tea, gin, and honey.
These crisp sugar cookies are flavored with citrusy Earl Grey tea leaves.
These sugar cookies are lightly crisp at the edges and flavored citrusy Earl Grey tea.
You can find close-to-authentic chai in New York City if you know where to go. Here's our guide to the best options in Queens, Manhattan, and Brooklyn.
When Theresa Wong experienced a Chinese tea ceremony for the first time, she hadn't considered "the difference between drinking tea and tasting tea." Five years later, the former insurance saleswomanguides customers through tastings at a small gourmet tea shop for a living.
While we watch a new generation of international tea-cafe chains move into the landscape, we thought it was also time to take stock of a few great spots in the city to pick up teas of all kinds.
While the food and ambiance are wonderful, it's the service that's most memorable. Even if I had been wearing my drab snow boots I bet they would have treated me just as warmly.
This recipe from bartender Daniel Hyatt finally gives you a way to work pine needles into your cocktail routine. It's essentially iced tea with a kick, offering well-balanced sweetness and subtle evergreen flavor. Christmas trees, beware!
Just for the holidays, Atwood Cafe is offering an afternoon tea menu, so stop by before year-end if you want to check it out.
We've hand-picked (get it?) five lovely gifts for the tea-inclined person on your list.
I drink Earl Grey almost every day, and over a recent cup I decided to use it in my baked goods rather than alongside it.
An edible tour through Taipei, with everything from stinky tofu to lunch bargains at Robouchon.
If you've had teas from Stash or Tazo, you know the work of our interview subject today. We chat with the founder of Steven Smith Teamaker about the tea business, where it's going, and how to go about learning about tea.
Tea Wing carries a select range of Japanese teas (the owner personally goes to source in Japan each harvest), and matcha is their signature product. I visited the Tea Wing headquarters for a taste, and their offerings were easily best matcha I've tasted in US.
Like a tea made without tea leaves, a tisane is made by infusing fresh herbs in hot water. Here are three flavor combinations that I'm really into right now, all served on ice for warm-weather sipping.
With hints of fennel and also a spicy note, like cinnamon, shiso adds complexity to the classic, cooling mint tea.
Lemon balm is a member of the mint family, but its bright, lemony scent is immediately recognizable and makes a super-refreshing iced tisane.