Spiced with ginger or mint, this sunny drink is a lovely antidote to chilly weather.
Sort by: Most Recent | Alphabetical
Throughout the South, sweet tea is nothing to be taken lightly—most families have a preferred recipe, this is ours.
Simple syrup is an essential ingredient in many drinks, from cocktails to tea to juices, which makes it a good thing to keep on hand. This simple preparation can be stored indefinitely in a refrigerator.
This lovely hot cocoa is layered with the intriguing flavors of rosebuds, chiles, saffron, cinnamon, and vanilla.
Americans are most familiar with the British tradition of high tea, but Asian cultures also know how to enjoy “a cuppa.”
What foods go best with tea? The answer—at least for aficionados of fine Chinese tea—may surprise you.
Especially for tea lovers, here is the SAVEUR guide to the four basic types of tea.
On a Chinese tea farm, the scenery is stunning, the work is hard, and the Hairy Crab yields an exquisite brew.
This pleasant tea is loaded with vitamin C—just the thing to take care of whatever ails you.
American Bill McAlpin grows some of Costa Rica’s best coffee.
One tea sommelier shares his expertise on making the perfect cup.
Brewing the Moroccan sweet tea.
Don't mess with a southerner's tea.