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I Won a Steepster Prize Pack (Via: Rocking the Republic)

By On September 10, 2009

I am happy to say I won a Steepster prize pack out of hundreds of entries and it arrived in the mail today! It was a beautiful Art of Tea gift set.… Read More

Art of Tea News

Tea Theanine Improves Attention and Focus in Case Study

By On August 5, 2009

Researchers have reviewed new findings on the possible health benefits of tea. Now, the caffeine in tea known as theanine is linked to improve human attention and focus. … Read More

Art of Tea News

Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace Book Event

By On June 14, 2009

It’s Maria, here. I’m excited to tell you about my time with Greg Mortenson, author of Three Cups of Tea! Art of Tea was able to support the Long Beach Library Foundation… Read More

Health & Lifestyle

Calm-a-Sutra of Tea Scholarship Winner – INTERROGATION

By On March 18, 2009

A few months back the Tea Council of USA awarded 26 year old Los Angeles based film student John Ford $20,000 for this fun video on the health benefits of tea. Out… Read More

History and Culture of Tea

Art of Tea Recommended Tea Books

By On March 17, 2009

Art of Tea Recommended Tea Books… Read More

Art of Tea News

Health Industry Secrets Revealed

By On March 13, 2009

Meet Melissa Fielding, Spa Consultant at Creative Spa Concepts.  Melissa works on various spa projects throughout the world.  When she started in the spa industry tea became a small passion of hers. … Read More

Cocktails, Mocktails & More

Kukicha Sorbet

By On March 12, 2009

Here is a great little recipe we adapted from Epicurious.com Ingredients: •    3 cups of water •    2 1/2 tablespoons fine-quality Green Kukicha •    3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar or 1… Read More

Art of Tea News

Fair Trade Tea Month

By On October 31, 2008

On a day filled with candies and sweets, it would be fitting to enjoy one of our delicious dessert teas. Instead of a handful of chocolates, why not drink a cup of… Read More

History and Culture of Tea

Tea History of the Earl Grey

By On October 24, 2008

When enjoying a delicious cup of steaming Earl Grey, does one ever wonder how such a delightful beverage got its distinct name? Most teas are named after their color, content, or place… Read More

Health & Lifestyle

The Sugar Dilemma

By On September 21, 2008

Sugar is the Pandora’s box of tea. So tempting, yet so volatile. In the history of consumption, the rise of the sugar and tea trades happened at similar times, and had a… Read More