Looking for tea YouTube channels to subscribe to? There are so many people sharing great content! It’s been a long time since I shared a post like this, so it was about time for an update. These are all of the tea-related channels that I personally subscribe to. There are many companies with wonderful tea YouTube channels, but I wanted to highlight the independent creators out there. I also tried to keep this list to channels that have uploaded recently in order to keep things relevant.
I’ve listed all of these tea YouTube channels in alphabetical order. This is a fairly extensive list so the table of contents below should help make it easier to locate specific channels.
- Ash Arnez
- As the tea brews
- Dana DeStephano
- Eustea Reads
- Jackie Allen
- Kayla’s Kitchen
- My Corner Online
- Rosie Loves Tea
- Samantha Robinson
- Steeping Time
- Tea & Music
- Tea Crazed
- Teadious Obsessions
- Tea DB
- Tea End Blog
- Tea Fueled Writer
- Tea Leaves and Tweed
- Tea Leaf Project
- Tea with Jann
- Tea Review in Two
- Teas by Dani
- Vals VarieTEA
- Tea for Me Please
Ash is a fellow tea blogger who is regularly featured in my Friday Roundups. She’s also started making some great videos. I particularly enjoyed her last video reviewing her experience with DAVIDsTEA’s new subscription service.
Tea is a family affair at As the tea brews. I love hearing about the different ways that Stacey’s family enjoys their tea, whether it is hot, iced, or as a latte. Definitely check out the videos of her tea organization and storage.
Dana is your girl if you are looking for reviews on anything related to DAVIDsTEA. I really enjoy her ‘Tea I drink in a day’ vlogs, and the tea shelf in the background of many of her videos might rival my own.
Eustacia’s blog is my go-to for book recommendations, but she also shares plenty of videos too. Her teacup hauls always make me want to hit up an antique store ASAP. Watch out Etsy, here I come!
Hannah’s channel was one of my favorites a few years ago, and I was super happy to see that she has started uploading again. I love how much information she includes about the tea and region in her reviews.
Jackie’s unbridled enthusiasm for tea has made watching her journey so much fun. I don’t think you’ll find anyone who loves their gaiwan more. Watch out for adorable cameos from her son Ollie.
Kayla posts lots of great tea-related videos as well as delicious recipes that would pair perfectly with a nice cup of tea. Her commitment to vlogmas during advent calendar season was truly impressive.
Cheryl’s videos are always so calming to watch. She shares in-depth tea reviews that are more like immersive experiences. You’ll also find bird watching, garden walks, and lots of other great videos.
Cindy’s channel is the place to be if you love tea, cakes, and cocktails. I definitely need to try some of her concoctions. Don’t miss her tutorial for making the trendy tea bombs that have been all over Pinterest!
Speaking of tea cocktails, you’ll definitely want to check out Samantha’s channel if those interest you. She might hold the title for most advent calendars enjoyed simultaneously. I also love seeing her pet ducks.
Sarah has a massive DAVIDsTEA collection but she also shares reviews from lots of other brands. I love seeing all of the beautiful outdoor locations that she chooses to shoot in. Keep an eye out for the chickens!
Lauren shares wonderful tea and book reviews on her channel. My favorite series is Bedtime Stories, where she read chapters from The Book of Tea. She does voiceover professionally so it is a perfect combo.
I don’t think there could be a more perfect pair than tea and music. Tabitha’s channel is one of my favorites to listen to while I’m writing blog posts. Her videos are super chill and relaxing to watch.
Care shares a variety of tea content, including reviews, unboxings, and deep dives into specific tea types. I love her energy and enthusiasm for my favorite subject. That is definitely something we have in common.
KJ is the queen of tea hauls. You’ll also find videos about her empties each month and reviews. My favorites are the Love You a Latté series where she sells special tea gifts she has received and the memories that go with them.
James and Denny have one of the longest-running tea YouTube channels. They are definitely your go-to guys if you are interested in puerh. I also really enjoy James’ inbetweenisodes and their Q&A videos.
Gabie from Tea End Blog is the perfect channel for tea-sipping bookworms. She shares tea and book reviews as well as poetry readings. There are also lots of great DIY projects and recipes to follow.
Katie is just getting started, but I’m really enjoying her chatty and casual vlogging style. It’s also fascinating to hear about her process as a writer. Check out her recent videos showing off her teacup collection!
Jenn is a fellow tea blogger. Her YouTube channel has a bit more of a historical focus. I love learning about different historical figures through the lens of tea. She puts so much research and detail into each one.
Stephenia is one of the most prolific tea YouTube channels. You’ll find reviews of all things tea and teaware. I also really enjoy her series where she pairs the book she is reading with a particular tea.
Jann radiates positivity and enthusiasm for tea. She’s recently launched a weekly series called Tea News where she shares all of the good news going on in the tea world. Make sure to catch her interviews too!
Avrin is a passionate and curious tea drinker who frequently reviews teas and accessories from DAVIDsTEA and other companies. His videos have influenced me into visiting Dunkin Donuts much more often than planned.
Dani has been reviewing tea on YouTube for about a year. She has recently dived headfirst into exploring more pure and traditional teas and it has been so much fun to follow her journey. It makes me nostalgic for my own early days.
Looking for a tea deal on Amazon? Val is your channel for recommendations and reviews. She loves collecting gaiwans and all things turquoise. I add new things to my wish list every time she releases a new video.
Did you know that I also have my own YouTube channel? Most of the content there doesn’t get shared here on the blog. Make sure to subscribe so that you don’t miss out. My Husband Tea Torture series, where I make Jason drink tea for everyone’s entertainment, has been particularly popular. Here’s the latest episode.
I hope that this list helps you find some great tea YouTube channels to subscribe to. It helps your favorite creators so much when you do! I plan to keep this post updated going forward as I find new ones.
Are there any tea YouTube channels that I missed? Let me know about them in the comments below!
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