Holiday Gifts for Tea-Lovers

Only 7 days left, but there’s still time!  Here are a few of my selections for those who love tea…enjoy!

The Tea Towel by Stewart Gardiner

Learn where your tea is from and how to brew it right.  Everything you should know about tea printed on one charming tea towel.  You can also find this at

High Tea Nail Polish Collection

Tea-themed nail polishes like “Tea with the Queen” and “Crumpet” from cosmetic company Butter London.  Grab some scones after your nails are dry and your afternoon tea is complete!

Float Tea Lantern

This is not your grandmother’s tea set.  Lit tea lights will illuminate your tea blend and keep it warm for hours.

Social History of Tea by Jane Pettigrew and Bruce Richardson

From the days of the East India Company to our modern-day tea renaissance, British and American tea historians tell us how your perfect brew came to be.  You’ll never look at a cup of tea the same way.  Fresh off the press, you can still get your own signed copy!

Harney & Sons Tea Sampler Cube

Great as stocking stuffers!  Each cube has 18 different samples of Harney & Sons’ most popular teas.

Color Matching Tea Mug

Match your tea brew to just the right shade and you’ll be guaranteed a perfect cuppa tea every time.

Sorapot Teapot by Joey Roth

Gosh, I want one of these!  Modern, chic, and beautiful, this teapot will elevate any tea drinking experience.  And if you can’t afford it (like I can’t), at least watch the video clip of how it works…just breathtaking!

DIY Japanese Tea Tins

Personalize your tea tins with gorgeous, vibrant Japanese Chiyogami paper…I’ll show you how!

Melissa & Doug Sweet Treat Tower

For the kiddos who already love tea…this time, the treats really are too cute to eat!  This toy is tested and approved by 2-year-old niece Maddie!

Modern Manners:  Tools to Take You To the Top

Did you know that Liv Tyler’s grandma is a well-known etiquette expert?  Manners are timeless, and Liv Tyler and her grandmother Dorthea Johnson (founder of the Protocol School of Washington) team up to tell us why.

A Box of Tea Sweets

Ship off some beautiful Chocolate Tea Bark or Lemon Matcha Cake Bites to your friends instead of those humdrum Christmas cookies.

David’s Tea Sweet Indulgence Collection

Delicious flavors like Cream of Earl Grey and Blueberry Jam will satisfy any sweet tooth.  My favorite is the Glitter & Gold–a cinnamon flavored black tea with gold sugar balls in the blend…so decadent!

The Herbal Tea Crate

Test your green thumb.  Grow, pick, and drink your own caffeine-free teas at home!

Williams Sonoma Croissants

A classic, timeless tea pastry you can eat warm out of the oven on Christmas morning with your best tea.  As of today, they still have free shipping!

Flavor Infuser Water Bottle

Make a resolution to skip the soda next year…I did, you won’t regret it.  Make your own refreshing, on-the-go tea and tisanes with this handy and convenient bottle.

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I wish I have stopped by earlier. I have just given out some tea leaves as gifts this morning. I love your diy tea tins. That would make the tea over the top. Saving this idea for next year. Thanks!