16 Tasting Notes

94
drank African Autumn by Harney & Sons
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I like this tea. Another tea where I can leave the bag in my cup and it is delicious to the last drop.

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90

Love this “Tisane”. I can leave the bag in beyond steeping all the way to the last drop and it stays yummy for me. It is crisp but not overwhelming. Good cold in your cup, but better steaming hot.

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34

Very bitter if over steeped. Three minutes, for me, is too long. Not as good as the black Earl Grey. White doesn’t seem to stand up against the Bergamont like the black teas can.

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94
drank Caribe by Harney & Sons
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A flavorful tea as long as you do not over steep it. I’ve found that two minutes is sufficient.

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99

Pure and clean. A must have for every tea lover.

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99

This is my favorite tea at the Cambridge Tea House. They brew is just right. The creamy fragrance of the vanilla compliments the mild white tea.

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99
drank Peach Fruit Tea by Harney & Sons
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Fruity and delicious.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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41
drank White Christmas by Harney & Sons
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Tastes much better as it cools down. Another mild tea. Vanilla notes and creamy texture.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C

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43
drank Holiday Tea by Harney & Sons
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I am beginning to realize that Harney & Sons teas are all mild (except for the Hot Cinnamon). This tea is no different. A dark tea with a mild spiced flavor. Good for those who are not into strong flavors.

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec

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Another smooth tea that is lightly flavored. Reminiscent of Lady Grey, but not as full flavored. I prefer the stronger favors in my black tea.

Preparation
Boiling

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A tea lover that comes by it honestly. Both my maternal and paternal grandmothers loved tea. Dispite my parents being chronic coffee drinkers, I’ve managed a few tea parties with them using grandma’s tea things.

I raised my son to love tea. The evidence of this came one day when he was shoveling snow while I was boiling water and prepping the teapot. He walked in all ruddy faced and winded. Seeing me, he sighed heavily then raising his face Heavenward he breathed, “oh good! you’re making tea.”

Converting my husband, however, took awhile. Then the daily gathering around the teapot – as a family – began.

I’m also a knitter, a crafter, and a book junkie. I step over on the dark side and drink coffee once in a while, BUT, it has to be good coffee in a French Press or stove-top perk pot. Drip coffee is not my cup of tea.