Current Sponsors

The Essential Herbal is an ever-growing magazine dispersing herbal lore and uses as we allow businesses and hobbyists alike to shine by sharing their knowledge. It is written by, for and about herbie people and the things they love....HERBS!


Jing Si Tea is truly a gift from nature, grown under idyllic geographic conditions in Taiwan and processed organically by experts with four generations of experience.  Our signature Jing Si Shop provides a one of a kind shopping experience with an emphasis on practicality, durability, and a reverence for our planet and its precious resources. Our sustainable and eco-friendly focus extends itself to our ranges of soaps, wearables, edibles, and even publications.

Kanlo Tea was established in 2010 to introduce good quality tea from Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon. All our teas our premium quality and will continuing to expand and elevate to new markets as we introduce from other tea regions in the world

Mid-Atlantic Tea Business Association - (MATBA) was founded in 2005 to advance the knowledge of tea through networking and educational opportunities for the tea entrepreneur in our primary member states: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Washington, DC. & Virginia. Susanna Reppert-Brill, Nancy Reppert, and Janet Young are the founding members of this association. MATBA is a proud sponsor of the PA Tea Festival, and many of our members are vendors.

Tea by Two is a quaint and charming tea room located in Bel Air, MD has been in operation since 2001. Tea by Two proprietors Janet and Erin, have taken care and pride in making the ritual of tea-time a relaxing, restorative, and uniquely pleasurable experience. 

Tea-For-All™ is the business endeavor of husband and wife team Mike and Deborah Raab. Certified Tea Specialists from the Tea Association of the U. S., through their Specialty Tea Institute, they strive to remain current on tea related topics, trends and findings within the tea industry. As perpetual students of the leaf, they share their knowledge through publications, postings and hands on learning experiences. Subsequently, this knowledge is shared with their clients in specialty tea shops throughout New Jersey and PA. In addition, both are active members in the Mid-Atlantic Tea Business Association, where Debbie is currently the president. Their on-line business features a wide array of teas and tea accoutrements to purchase.

TeaTime is a source book for all who love tea and who want to enrich life with the serenity of teatime. The magazine proclaims the pleasures of tea as a gourmet beverage, and offers informative articles that range from food features to tearoom profiles. TeaTime goes beyond the history and science of the beverage and celebrates the art and passion that make drinking tea a memorable occasion.

The 127-year-old Victorian home has transformed inthttps://www.cupofcommunitea.com/o a sweet and elegant tearoom. Owner and proprietor, Meg Miley Shaffer, has embraced the long history of the house and village community to create a tearoom full of character and elegance. The Village Teahouse offers the choice of a Victorian dining room or a unique themed room and is able to accommodate parties up to 40 guests. The Village Teahouse is the perfect place to host your upcoming birthday, shower, wedding, anniversary, baptism, and more. Enter as guests, leave as our friends!

Superior service, personalized attention

Here at Cup of Communitea we strive to educate our customers and help them discover the world of tea that we are so passionate about. We are a place to gather together, learn together, and steep together.


Please see our Sponsor Information Page to learn more about becoming a Pennsylvania Tea Fest Sponsor