Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Since last Fall, we’ve been slowly unveiling our newly re-designed products. Art of Tea is over a decade old, so these changes are and were majorly exciting! We’ve updated our look to help express the artistry we put into our teas. Each bold pattern reflects the exciting flavors stored within. Our new Eco Pyramid Teabags... Read More The post Get Creative With Our New Eco Pyramid Teabags! appeared...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • November 8th is “Cook Something Bold Day.” How do you define bold? In tea, bold is a description usually tied to black teas. In the sense of this silly holiday, though, we think we should be cooking outside the box! There are a lot of “no duh” recipes that include tea. Baked goods using Matcha... Read More The post 4 Ways You Can Cook Something Bold With Tea! appeared first on ArtOfTea.

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Okay, what just happened? In a blink of the eye we went from sunshine and shorts to classic sweater weather. And while these chillier days are still wonderfully autumnal, they call for a different type of tea. Is it officially time to pack away the iced tea and break out your favorite mugs and coziest... Read More The post Three Teas To Help Ease You Into Cold Weather appeared first on ArtOfTea.

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Now that Halloween is behind us, we can finally turn on the holiday music and get ready for a season of giving. Maybe you’ve already started thinking about who will receive a present from you. Maybe you haven’t given it a single thought. Either way, we’d like to make your holiday shopping a little bit... Read More The post Get Ready to Give! Introducing Our New Gift Sets! appeared first on ArtOfTe...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • If we had to assign a tea to each season, there’s no doubt that we’d call Autumn the “Chai Season.” The spicy aroma and flavors of Tali’s Masala Chai, Pumpkin Spice Chai, and even White Winter Chai are perfect for football games, corn mazes, hayrides, and chilly nights by the fireplace. Chai and Autumn are... Read More The post Weird, But Delicious. You’ll Never Believe Which Two Teas Are Amazing ...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • There are few things more pleasant than a cup of Apple Cider on a chilly Fall evening. We captured these flavors in our caffeine-free Apple Pie blend, but you can make the flavors pop even more by adding a twist to this recipe! Here are a kid-friendly and adult-friendly apple cider recipe to satisfy your... Read More The post Drink Up the Season with Apple Cider with a Twist! appeared first on Art...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Few things are better or cozier than a night in with a cup of tea and a book or movie. We know that this lazy-night-in is a favorite of many of our tea drinkers, so we love to find the perfect books or movies to go with our teas. We’ve paired family classics, literature, and... Read More The post Pair Your Favorite Scary Movie With A Tea! appeared first on ArtOfTea.

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  •   Everybody loves the flavors and smells of the holiday season. Even the people who say “Bah Humbug” to the Christmas decorations that magically appear in stores on November 1st can’t resist the taste of the holidays. We’ve captured some of those iconic flavors in our lineup of Fall and Holiday teas. If you’re new... Read More The post Here Are the Essentials for an Amazing Holiday Season appeared...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Our much-loved Fall and Holiday teas are back! You can now snag the blends you’ve been daydreaming about since March, and while you’re at it, you can also try two near flavors that we hope will become part of your holiday traditions. Our staff isn’t shy about playing favorites when it comes to our holiday... Read More The post Introducing Two New Holiday Teas: Pecan Pie and Sugarplum Marzipan appe...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Even though the leaves likely won’t change color here in sunny Los Angeles, we’re ready to for all things Fall. Of course, we’re huge fans of autumnal smells and flavors, but we also love Fall activities. No matter your age or location, you can enjoy these Fall activities as the season begins. (And don’t forget... Read More The post 4 Fall Activities to Try this Weekend appeared first on ArtOfTea.

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • Friday was the first day of Fall! With the changing leaves and autumnal foliage come the delicious flavors of Fall! Pumpkin has become a flavor synonymous with the season and we have a muffin recipe that makes pumpkin shine! Banana and pumpkin might seem like an unlikely pairing, but chocolate is an ingredient that brings... Read More The post Celebrate Fall with Pumpkin Chocolate Monkey Muffins! ...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • We love getting out in the Los Angeles community and talking with fellow tea-lovers. Not only do we enjoy sharing tea knowledge, but we like to learn what it is that most people know about tea. It’s easy to forget that every varietal of green tea isn’t common knowledge when you’re surrounded by tea all... Read More The post All of Your Tea FAQ’s Answered! appeared first on ArtOfTea.

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • September 13th is Positive Thinking Day! We’re positively excited for an opportunity to try to be more optimistic for a day. Whether that means you take a quick break from technology for yourself, think about what you’re grateful time, or just spend time doing something that makes you happy, plan to do something that boosts... Read More The post Three Cheer-Up Teas for Positive Thinking Day! appea...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • What: Digital Detox with Tea #8MinDigitox Mission: Take 8 minutes during working hours in the Month of May to Tap out of Tech and Tap in with Tea. Add a sense of ritual in the day to day work flow. Drive purpose with full intention and awareness of the moment with enriching the senses and having those moments leave a positive and mindful lasting impression throughout the day. How: Turn off ianyth...

Art of Tea
Art of Tea
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  • While Darjeeling may be the champagne of black teas, this unique oolong tea cake may just be the champagne of oolongs. This cake differs from a pu-erh cake in that it is not fermented and it is not as firmly compressed. Instead the leaves are finely interwoven, allowing the pieces to peel apart into ornately delicate layers with vibrant colors and a soft, crepe-like texture. This tea steeps a beau...

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