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Spring 2015 The Mark T. Wendell Tea Company was featured in the Summer 2015 issue of Martha Stewart Wedding Magazine. In an article titled titled “50 Born-in-the-USA Favors”, our three tin Breakfast Teas Sampler was chosen to represent the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Click here to read the complete story.
December 2014 Read about the role that Mark T. Wendell teas played in the kitchen of Julia Child in this article in The Daily Tea. Click here to read the story online.
December 2014 This article in The Daily Tea’s annual year-end issue of tea highlights mentions the role that the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company’s Hu-Kwa Tea played in the “Costumes of Downton Abbey” exhibit at the Winterthur Museum. Click here to read the story.
March 2014 This short piece in Town & Country Magazine mentions how the du Pont Family enjoyed its Hu-Kwa Tea from 1912 through 1969. Click here to read the complete story.
January 2014 Read about the Downton Abbey exhibit coming to the Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, including the role that Hu-Kwa Tea played in the du Pont homestead in Wilmington, Delaware. Click here to read the entire Forbes Magazine article.
Summer 2011 We hope that you might enjoy this article, titled “The Men of Tea”, from the Summer 2011 issue of TEA, A Magazine. Hartley Johnson is included in this comprehensive list of the “movers and shakers” of the tea industry. Click here to read the complete story.
August 2010 Click here to read an article titled “The U.S. Tea Renaissance and How It Happened” which appeared in The Atlantic.
May 2010 Click here to read the feature article on the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company’s acquisition of the Grace Tea Company which appeared in the May 2010 issue of Gourmet News Magazine.
June 2004 Click here to read a reprint of the feature article on the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company which appeared in the Summer 2004 issue of TEA, A Magazine.
April 2000 Interesting reading in the New York Times Sunday Magazine about Andy Warhol’s tea parties. A snippet includes, “We served Hu-Kwa tea, a fine, slightly smoky lapsang souchong from Taiwan imported by Mark T. Wendell of Concord, Mass. It was a favorite of the Rockefellers. ... ‘You’re not going to write about Hu-Kwa?’ exclaimed a friend whose Philadelphia family of umpteen generations introduced me to it some years before. ‘Do journalists have to ruin everything? Hu-Kwa is the only secret WASPs have left!’” Click here to read the complete article.