Oolong

Oolong undergoes the same treatment as black tea but for less time and only the edges of the leaves are rubbed.

How To: Matcha

Transformation of a practice into an art begins with a step-by-step process.

Chado [The Japanese Way of Tea]

One of the most beautiful aspects of the world of tea is found within Chado. At Tealeaves, we are guided by these principles of harmony, respect, purity and tranquility.

AN AFTERNOON IN HUNGARY WITH TEALEAVES GRESHAM PALACE TEA & HEREND PORCELAIN

Drink in the history behind the stunning beauty of Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest’s afternoon tea program with Tealeaves and Herend porcelain.

How to Properly Store Your Tea

Protect vulnerable tea leaves against the elements in your kitchen.

Tea for Two. Your Garden and You

Get down and dirty with some of our best tips on uses for your steeped tea leaves and your garden indoors and out!

Tea Connoisseur’s Tasting Guide

Train your taste buds! Learn how to evaluate the quality of the tea you’re drinking in the same way our Master Blender does.

Mate: A South American Chimarrão Tea Party

The Brazilian way of drinking yerba mate is a meaningful social ritual. Prepared in the cuia and sipped from the bomba.

GONG FU CHA: A CHINESE YIXING TEA STORY

Learn the art of making Oolong teas in authentic Asian fashion. All you need is you, a Yixing set and your favourite oolong tea.

A Russian Tea Samovar Story

How to drink tea in the historic Russian tradition: sugar cubes, spoonful of jam, famous Lomonosov teacups and handmade Tula samovars.