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Tea Time • September/October 2021 Volume 18, Issue 5
Tea Events Calendar
Pumpkins Aplenty • Welcome fall with these charming tea finds, perfect for the harvest season
Longing for Oolong • Whether twisted or semi-balled, the leaves of oolong teas yield multiple infusions, allowing the sipper to discover new flavor notes, steep after steep.
Begin Your Teatime on the Right Note
Gifts & Glamour • Serving guests from Caverswall English China Company’s Romany teapot will transform any celebration into a refined fête.
Grandparents’ Tea • As September 12 marks Grandparents Day this year, invite your kin for a celebratory gathering full of delightful delicacies, an abundance of tea, and lovely company.
Gold Ribbon Tea • Touches of gold accentuate a table set for an afternoon tea to raise awareness for childhood cancer, and the fare is equally befitting such a worthwhile cause.
A Hallowed Harvest Tea • Brisk temperatures and the changing of the leaves beckon for a gathering of your closest friends around a magnificently ornamented table with seasonally inspired scones, savories, sweets, and tea, of course.
A Favorite Combination • Peanut butter and chocolate goodness
Northern Ohio Tea Treasures • Cherished Tea Venues Around Cleveland
Polly Singer Couture Hats • Fabulous and fanciful chapeaus for afternoon tea and beyond
Tearoom Mysteries • Tea with a Heaping Spoonful of Murder
Tea Forté • Revolutionizing the steeping process through perfectly packaged pyramids
Kintsugi • The Art of Golden Joinery
CaryTown Teas • A Piece of France in Richmond, Virginia
Kate & Mark Mooradian
Life Is Like a Cup of Tea
Resources for Readers