Each page of this publication features stunning photography, easy-to-follow recipes, techniques for creating beautiful, artisan baked goods, and endless inspiration for home bakers. Discover the world's best bakeries, essential bread recipes such as brioche and rye, products that should be in every baker's pantry, new cookbooks, and more.
TeaTime • March/April 2022 Volume 19, Issue 2
Tea Events Calendar
Floral Flair • Spring is in full bloom with these enchanting finds.
Spring Green • Whether plain, blended, scented, or flavored, green teas are delicate and should be steeped in 160° to 185° water to avoid making them bitter.
Just Don’t Call It High Tea
A Matte Marvel • The smooth, soft finish of the ornate Perl Blue teapot by Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory is a beautiful piece to incorporate into a springtime tea affair.
Joyous Easter Fête • Invite loved ones for an elegant Easter celebration at a table bedecked for the marvelous occasion and with a menu that incorporates the best flavors of the season.
Elegant Exchange • Share your penchant for treasured tea accoutrements with friends and family at a delightful table set with beautiful teacups that can be taken home as special keepsakes to remember your teatime together.
For the Love of Lemons • When life gives you lemons, what do you do? You host a citrus-themed tea party, of course!
A Burst of Springtime • Fresh basil and lemon zest add welcome zing to these delightful scones.
Sipping Tea in New York City • Manhattan Tearooms for Every Taste
Tea Tells a Story at The Met’s New British Galleries • How did Britain become such a nation of tea drinkers? The answer is on display at The Met.
The Brooklyn Teacup • Upcycling vintage china for a new generation
Scones to Your Home • Toothsome treats conveniently delivered to your doorstep
Teatime at The Tennessean • An Elegant Experience in Knoxville
I Made a World
Resources for Readers