The latest in our Cooking With Tea series: a vinaigrette-style salad dressing with the grassy, fresh taste of Japanese sencha green tea.
Sen no Rikyu, a tea master in the 16th century, created a legacy that still lives on strong today in the tea rooms of Japan and in the hearts of its people.
Read about the traditional japanese hanami festival.
At P & T we’re countering those last signs of winter gloom with some of our sunniest, zestiest herbals.
From dark Danish winters to Iron Age bog mummies to opera costumes, the influences and inspirations of ceramics designer Christine Roland are as diverse as they are intriguing. Her one-of-a-kind pieces are now available exclusively in our two Berlin stores.
Happy year of the goat. Read about the new year’s picks from P & T.
Translating loosely as “making with effort,” the traditional Chinese gong fu method transforms tea preparation into a ritual.
The latest in our Cooking With Tea series: creamy little almond milk puddings infused with Sacred Emily, our in-house Darjeeling and rose tea blend.
Rice rice, baby. Ochazuke is nourishing Japanese comfort food that combines rice, savory toppings, and a green tea broth. Whip up a bowl with this lickety-split recipe.
An exhibition at Berlin’s Ceramics Museum presents more than just beautiful antique vases: it uses them to display flower arrangements in the Japanese ikebana style.
Whip up a warming cup of aromatic chocolate chai tea with our Hariman Classic Chai blend.