The TEA House Times May/June 2017 Issue is Ready (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Mon April 17th 2017 @ 9:37 AM
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Ceylon Tea via Tea Talk (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Mon April 17th 2017 @ 9:32 AM
Please view our latest guest posts for the Specialty Tea Institute/Tea Assoc. of USA's Tea Talk Blog - Latest entries here:
Ceylon Tea, Part 1 - Ceylon Tea, Part 2 - Ceylon Tea, Part 3 Read More »
Poetry: Why Can't it Be Love? - Guest Post by Susan Patterson (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Mon April 17th 2017 @ 9:26 AM
Why Can’t It Be Love?
Could it be that I am simply taken
By your charming ways?
I think about you when I rise in the
Morning and when I lay down at night.. . . . .
- Poem, audio, and discussion by Susan Patterson Read More »
Teavana Recalls Flip Tumblers Due to Burn Hazard (TeaCourseAdmin)
posted Sun April 16th 2017 @ 6:08 AM
WASHINGTON, DC -- https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2017/teavana-recalls-flip-tumblers - Recall Summary - Name of Product: Teavana Flip Tumblers - Hazard: The flip tumblers can leak hot liquid, posing a burn hazard. - Remedy: Refund - - Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled flip tumblers and return them to a Teavana store location (except for two stores: Columbia Mall, Columbia, Maryland and Dallas Fort-Worth Airport, Texas) or contact Teavana for a mailer label to get a refund in the form of $45 Teavana store credit. Read More »
Ceylon Tea: Uva Halpewatte Tea Factory, Sri Lanka (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Sun April 9th 2017 @ 8:47 PM
"Halpewatte Tea Factory produces some of the most uniquely delicious single estate single origin teas to come from Ceylon. Built in 1940, during the British rule, the factory is perched 1,230 meters above sea level in the cool climes of the Uva region. Located 200 Kms from Colombo and 3 Kms from Ella, a picturesque little hamlet in the Uva region, the factory owned plantations attract many tourists who gladly pay a visit to savor a cup of delightful Halpewatte Tea while enjoying the magnificent natural beauty of the area or on their way on a hike to the Little Adam’s Peak, another major tourist attraction in the area." Read More »
MY DREAM COME TRUE - Guest Post by Kim Hendrickson, Salvia Press (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Sun April 9th 2017 @ 3:41 PM
I just love to teach cooking classes and while I’m always limited to a 2 ½ to 3 hour time frame in most of my classes, once a year I get the opportunity to teach for an entire week when I am invited to teach at John C. Campbell Folk School. This is a very unique educational environment based on sharing skills with other adults in a non-competitive environment. Read More »
Be Prepared to Walk Away: Commercial Lease Negotiating Tips - Guest Post from The Lease Coach (TeaCourseAdmin)
posted Sun April 9th 2017 @ 11:43 AM
Commercial Lease Negotiating Tips from The Lease Coach
By: Jeff Grandfield and Dale Willerton
Be Prepared to Walk Away. . . Read More »
Please NOMINATE US Again for World Tea Awards by May 1 (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Wed April 5th 2017 @ 7:27 PM
Each year at World Tea Expo, you are given an opportunity - the pleasure - of rubbing shoulders with tea industry notables at the annual World Tea Awards celebration to recognize the best achievements in the tea industry. Last year, The Tea House Times won BEST TEA PUBLICATION. With your help, we would like to bring it home again!! Please take a moment to enter your nominations for the 2017 awards. . .instructions below, read on... Read More »
Celebrating Ceylon Tea - CONTENT DIRECTORY - by Gail Gastelu (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Mon April 3rd 2017 @ 1:46 PM
In case you have not yet noticed, I am fairly certain that Ceylon tea has stolen my heart! It truly is "Pure Enchantment in a Cup." Sri Lanka and every bit of its beauty, charm, and grace embody the tea industry and its people. If you have been following our Tale, you know that The Tea House Times is on a mission to help people in the USA learn more about Ceylon tea and how special it is while celebrating right alongside the country of Sri Lanka as they make plans to recognize the 150th Anniversary of Ceylon tea around the world. Read More »
THE CELEBRATION OF 150 YEARS OF ‘CEYLON TEA’ IN 2017 (TeaHouseTimesAdmin)
posted Mon December 19th 2016 @ 12:00 PM
The Tea Industry of Sri Lanka will celebrate its 150th Anniversary in 2017. The commercial cultivation of tea commenced in 1867, fortuitously supplanting coffee, which, till then, was the country’s main cash crop, shortly thereafter devastated by a ravaging plant blight. A Scotsman named James Taylor is reputed to have developed the first commercial plantation and commenced the manufacture of Tea on Loolcondera Estate, Hewaheta. He was followed by other pioneers, who not only contributed agriculturally, but also helped create the infrastructure, which continues to facilitate the supply chain of this great Industry. Read More »