Bangor, Maine, probably doesn’t hold any significance for you—that is, unless you’re a horror fan.
News coming out of Kenya this week describes a dismal scene for the world’s largest producing country of black tea.
This year, Tea Masters Cup is making its U.S. debut at the World Tea Expo, held June 11–12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, in partnership with the American Specialty Tea Alliance.
The Numi Foundation, created by Numi Organic Tea, Inc., received a $75,000 donation to support three key programs that help children and farmers all over the world.
From flat-tummy tea to insomnia-treating melatonin, the FDA is launching its largest crackdown on the dietary supplement market in 25 years.
Not a scone, pot of clotted cream, or crustless cucumber sandwich will be found anywhere near the upcoming Tea Time Master Class.
The National Land Commission of Kenya has refused to renew the leases of several multinational tea estates, including Unilever and James Finlay.
In a sleepy East Michigan town, best known as Dow Chemical’s world headquarters, a former Chemical Bank branch is now home to a decidedly more free-spirited venture.
One of Hong Kong’s best-known tea houses is living out its final days in the most expensive city in the world.
More often than not, the purported health benefits of tea lack scientific evidence, stirring controversy. The Global Tea Initiative (GTI) for the Study of Tea Culture and Science of the University of California, Davis wants to be a “resource for science-based and evidence-based knowledge.”