Over the years, Tay Tea hosted many incredible tastings, readings, workshops, art openings and musical events at our stores. Join us for our upcoming pre-holiday events. Tay Tea cocktails and hot tea will be served along with tea-infused baked goods. We'll eat, drink, and be merry while we learn how to live tea-infused lives of beauty and well-being!

*Suggested donation for events is $25. To register, email nini@taytea.com.



Saturday December 10th, 5–7 pm

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower Get ahead of the season with an informative evening of herbal and plant based wellness strategies for every day living at Tay Tea in Delhi, NY.  Join expert Herbalist and R.N. Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower for an evening Q&A on plant -based health and wellness recipes; what it means to live through the seasons; what are the critical foods and superior herbs; or, any other question that may come up for you about herbs, weeds or wellness. Return home with a renewed sense of living healthfully using herbs as food for you and your family. 

We'll treat you to delicious tea- infused cocktails, mocktails and enticing vegetarian appetizers.

Suggested donation: $25. Please register with nini@taytea.com. Space is limited.


Saturday December 17th, 3–5 pm

The Japanese kimono is celebrated worldwide for its elegant, distinctive silhouette. Though quintessentially Japanese, the kimono form has influenced fashion designers around the globe. Spend the afternoon with guest speaker, author curator & kimono collector Annie Van Assche .

An exquisite collection of vintage kimonos from the 1920s–1960s for men and women will be available for sale as well as Annie's book Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan. Green tea and sake will be served.
Suggested Donation: $25. Please register with nini@taytea.com. Space is limited.




Sunday December 4th, 2016

A fabulous skincare workshop taught by Taylor Foster and Lauren Raba, who discussed herbs, essential oils and plant based skin care. Hand blended teas and baked goods were served and guests took home a salt scrub and white pine oil.




TEA TASTING & DEMONSTRATION at Starliner Cafe & Market in Brooklyn, NY

Friday April 29, 2016

Nini Ordoubadi, Founder of Tay Tea and tea blender extraordinaire, shared her secrets for making a perfect cup of tea at Star Liner Cafe in Brooklyn. Read more 

Starliner Cafe in Brooklyn - Tay Tea Tasting



VALENTINE'S DAY TEA TASTING, at Nectar in Rhinebeck NY

Saturday February 14, 2016 

Tay Tea master blender Nini O. hosted a Valentine's event in Rhinebeck - read more






HEARTLANDS, Photographs by Lisa Candela

Opening: Saturday September 5, 6-8 pm 

Lisa Candela's current traveling exhibition HEARTLANDS is a body of work that would not be, if it were not for love. Lisa left the Catskills to photograph the wedding of her dear friends on the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary of western South Dakota, a wedding ceremony that would later earn the honorific title “The Cosmic healing Ceremony of Love”.  It was there that Lisa not only experienced a deep and profound connection with the Sacred Lakota lands but also fell in love herself, which led to her moving to South Dakota in the fall of 2013.Journeying back to where her and her love met, the two visited the Black Hills frequently compiling what would eventually become the Heartlands collection.  A body of work that captivates the viewer by transporting us back in time prior to the European colonization of North America.The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary is an 11,000-acre wild mustang preserve, the home to nearly 800 wild mustangs. Also seated on the sanctuary is sacred Lakota ceremonial grounds where their Sundance Ceremony is performed every summer. “I believe the land remembers the truth and Justice is now left to karma and the cycle of life.” This collection marks a notable evolution in Lisa’s photographic style, capturing the healing medicines of various native animals in their original habitat, the birthplace of Lakota history- Wind Cave. A portion of all proceeds from the sales of the Heartlands collection will be given back to the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, a privately owned non-profit organization.




A Night of Mountain Music with Two Dark Birds & Scott Hill 
Saturday July 11th

A beautiful summer evening of food, beverage, and music in the Art Barn with Two Dark Birds. Singer-songwriter Scott Hill opened and Alex Wilson, the founder of Wayside Cider, offered his delicious small-batch mountain hard ciders. 

Tea & Chat with Jeanette Bronée, author of Eat to Feel Full 
Saturday June 13

Jeanette Bronée, Self-Nourishment Counselor and Author of Eat To Feel Full discussed ways to nourish yourself for good so you can leave dieting behind and live a life you love.  For more information, visit: Pathforlife.com


Tea & Chat with Laura Silverman, author of The Bergdorf Goodman Cookbook

Sunday May 24

Laura Silverman is the author of the blog Glutton for Life and the New York Times best-selling Bergdorf Goodman Cookbook. She  signed copies of her book, talked about summer entertaining and served refreshing tea-based drinks.



"10 Years of Tay" Anniversary Celebration Cocktail Party Saturday
May 23, 2015

The summer kick-off party was a great success!


7.04.14  Vacant Barn Hearts by A.J. Mason
Artist A.J. Mason showcased a collection of original design pieces and mixed-media photo works as part of a vacant barn installation. A.J.'s work incorporates natural and "discarded items" including barn artifacts, tree branches, bone, ink, vintage mechanical drawings, and photography.


9.27.14  Steel & Water by Steve Burnett
Outsider Artist/Farmer and observer of the human comedy Steve Burnett presented new works in steel and water in Tay's Art Barn. It's been said by the experts that Burnett's work "serve as instructions from another world.”


12.20.14 Fosterbuilt Pop-Up Coffee Bar
Featuring Bovina's own Java Maestro Mark Foster.


12.27.14 Samba Night
New York Brazilian singer and actress, Mariana Barcellos, and guitarist, Irineu Barsė, will performed an intimate repertoire of famous Brazilian music -- the Bossa Nova, Samba, and Choro -- for a rapt holiday crowd.