Holiday Gifts 2020

Tea Gifts for the Holidays

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Last-Minute Holiday Gifts

Tea Journey readers span the globe. Half of the magazine’s subscribers reside in Asia and Europe and Africa. That’s why this year’s last-minute gift guide features festive items from India, Europe, and China. These gifts bring to mind holiday celebrations around the world including Diwali (the festival of lights in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Linka), Yawm Ashura in Arabic countries, Hanukkah, and Dongzhi the winter solstice celebrated in China, Korea and Japan.

Happy Holidays

Inspiring Innovation

Orit Eisenberg is irrefutable proof that it sometimes takes 25 years to become an overnight success. During the recent World Tea Virtual Summit, Eisenberg, a product development specialist and production designer, told her founding story with humor and extraordinary passion. She launched the Mennä ONE in September 2019 after testing 20 prototypes over five years, gradually refining the elusive challenge of controlling steep time on the go.

The Gift of Tea

The Gift of Tea

Centuries of joy accompany gifts of food and beverage, a trend that is accelerating. Recipients and gift-givers alike find pleasure and value in the exchange which includes homemade and artisanal offerings presented with an interesting and authentic tale.

Whittard | Christmas Tea

Holiday Teas

Tea makers love the holidays because it gives them an excuse to blend the most wonderful flavors for consumers eager to cozy up to a cup. Select this category to find a half dozen masterful blends for holiday delight.

Sweese Porcelain

Holiday Teaware

This professional-grade porcelain mug comes with a lid that doubles as a coaster. The deep strainer is made of 18/8 stainless steel. Cool insulated handle, sure grip. Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Mugs are sold in a gift box. Click to see several clever and appealing everyday teaware designs.

Menna ONE

Holiday Tea to Go

The versatile Mennä ONE traveler is a double-walled vessel with a unique twist-ring that closes the infuser basket from outside the bottle. Users sip their tea through the lockable lid and when the tea is just right, they close the infuser basket to maintain desired intensity.

Lenox Holiday Holly


The Holiday pattern from Lenox is a classic and never goes out of style in your home for Christmas. Introduced in 1974, it has become a mainstay. The festive green holly designs and iridescent red holly berries look stunning on every yuletide table. The kettle is crafted of sturdy aluminum and sports a wooden handle that adds charm and makes it easy for pouring.

Noel Tea Chocolates

Stocking Stuffers

Stocking stuffers like these lovely tea flavored chocolates from Paris are sure to please young and old. Browse this collection of tiny tins, tea utensils, special spoons and handy gadgets that are perfect for holiday fun.

Paint a Tea Set

Tea Gifts for Children

From nursery rhymes to imaginary parties with dolls and teddy bears, tea time captures children’s imagination like nothing else. Whatever the reason, if a child in your life is fascinated with all things tea, encourage their exploration into this vast and wonderful tradition, and it’s bound to turn into a lifelong passion.

Bodum Bistro Kettle

Electric Kettles

Designed for precision pouring, this chic appliance gives you optimum control over your water flow. By pouring hot water in slow circles over your tea, you’ll get a cup that’s pure, balanced, and bursting with flavor and aroma. Click to view the latest in energy-efficient, full featured electric tea kettles.

BRU Brewer

Electric Brewers

BRÜ is on  mission to simplify the tea making process. A mission to cut down on wasted water and energy in your home or office. This innovative brewer offers the  freedom to set your brewing time, water temperature and cup size at the twist of a dial and push of a button. The machine saves your previous settings so you can quickly repeat the process without having to change the settings every time.

World of Tea

Tea Books

Jane Pettigrew's World of Tea explores more than 60 tea-producing countries, explaining their history, terroir, variety of cultivars, manufacturing processes, types, local tea culture, and rituals. Featuring detailed maps and beautiful full-color photography on every page, Jane Pettigrew's World of Tea is the only guide to tea you'll ever need.

Tea Bag Bookmarks

Holiday Tea Accessories

These tea bag bookmarks are the perfect gift idea for a book and tea lover, also great little party favors for your guests to treasure. Bookmarks are made using free motion machine embroidery which allows the creators to draw freehand with the needle and thread of the sewing machine, meaning no two are exactly the same!

Being Tea Online Classes

Online Tea Education

Being Tea offers a uniquely human-centered membership program, offering financially accessible, sensory supportive, self-empowered education online for your daily life in tea!

Tea Forte Supreme Gift Set

Holiday Tea Gift Sets

Give the gift of tea-for-two this holiday with Tea Forte's most generous, limited-edition Warming Joy Supreme Gift, with two cups, sugar and creamer, and two oval trays with a big selection of teas presented in a keepsake gift box.

Christmas Tree Teapot

Holiday Teapots

Loved for its nostalgia and warm recollections of Christmases past, the Spode Christmas tree is one of the world's best-known holiday designs since its introduction in 1938. Each season sees wonderful new applications of this classic design that appeal to collectors both old and new.

Tiger who came to tea

Children’s Tea Books

The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don't expect to see at the door is a big furry, stripy tiger! This inimitable picture book is perfect for reading aloud, or for small children to read to themselves time and again.

The Wall

Tea Brewers

The Wall tea cup is the simplest and cleanest way to infuse tea, herbs, and berries in a single cup. The borosilicate cup has a fused glass strainer to keep the leaves from your mouth allowing for a full, unconstricted infusion to occur.