Tea. Design. Tea wing
Really big news coming soon. We are on the hunt for new things for the fall season. We have new teas arriving soon, our tea ware is on it’s way, and plenty of new content is around the corner. Thanks for reading and hang tight…

Really big news coming soon. We are on the hunt for new things for the fall season. We have new teas arriving soon, our tea ware is on it’s way, and plenty of new content is around the corner. Thanks for reading and hang tight…

Summer Break. We will be back soon…

Summer Break. We will be back soon…

Teaware.
The first wave of samples have come in for our new tea ware line. They hail from Aichi prefecture - one of the central production regions for beautiful pottery. We should have stuff up on the site in early September. We are really excited to share these useful, visually beautiful hand made pots with you!

Teaware.

The first wave of samples have come in for our new tea ware line. They hail from Aichi prefecture - one of the central production regions for beautiful pottery. We should have stuff up on the site in early September. We are really excited to share these useful, visually beautiful hand made pots with you!

We are proud to welcome The Shizuoka region to the Tea Wing Catalog!

We are honored to be working with one of the finest farmers in the famed Kawane region of Shizuoka. Tsuchiya san is well known as one of the true “last warriors” of traditional style Shizuoka tea. We love our new sencha which is grown high in the mountains. Tea grown at elevation sustains much higher temperature variations than tea grown down at sea level. This imparts a depth and finish to the tea that is wholly unique. The flavors of the new “Kawane Hon Sencha" are as close to "true" tea as we’ve found. By true tea, we mean the smell and taste of the leaf growing in the field. This tea has a complex minerality (from the slightly rocky soil in Kawane), a slight baked flower aroma, and an almost peppery finish. We love how the sencha exhibits its own unique personality that is a bit rambunctious and all together playful. Don’t expect the big umami of Yame, or the cut grass of Kagoshima. Our Hon Sencha is singular and one of a kind. We invite you to true try Old school Japanese tea, made the traditional way.

Available HERE

Tools.

We have spent the last two years in search of the best Japanese tea available and we are excited to be bringing the absolute finest teas directly to our customers. And we are happy to say, that search continues.

But the finest teas are useless without the proper tools to brew them. We have purposely not rushed into carrying tea ware because we wanted to make sure we found the best products - products that are on equal footing with the teas we sell. 

We are excited to announce this fall we will be releasing our brand new line of tea ware exclusively available through Tea Wing. 

Everything we plan to carry is useful, beautiful, and a pleasure to use. We are more than thrilled to be showcasing the best tea ware for our tea.

Stay tuned for more.

Tea Wing X Burrow Bakery X Steven Alan
We’ll be cold brewing several teas and might even ice brew some gyokuro. And Burrow will be there!
Don’t miss out.
July 12. 2-6 PM 
Steven Alan Home Shop
158 Franklin St. NYC

Tea Wing X Burrow Bakery X Steven Alan

We’ll be cold brewing several teas and might even ice brew some gyokuro. And Burrow will be there!

Don’t miss out.

July 12. 2-6 PM 

Steven Alan Home Shop

158 Franklin St. NYC

Back from Japan. 

We are back in NYC from our 2014 trip to Japan. As always, we left inspired, motivated, and humbled by the beauty of Japan and the its incredible commitment to service and hosptiality. The people of Japan, with their deep commitment to Ometenashi, have perfected it -  and We are inspired to bring that “one hearted” commitment to our customers back to NYC with us. We are so excited to be back and kicking off the spring with some amazing partnerships, events, and of course developing new and exciting products for our customers. If you have any feedback, positive or negative, please feel free to share at contact@teawing.co and sign up to find out about upcoming events here

Thanks so much for reading about our trip and stay tuned for many exciting things over the next months.

Humbly,

Zach

TEA WING

PhotoBomb: Naoshima.

Chichu Art Musuem