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drank Eight at the Fort by Harney & Sons
1629 tasting notes

Well that’s the end of this sample packet unfortunately. This is another one I’m adding to my get-again list; I’m completely in love with the smoothness and the complexity of this tea. It’s rare to find a blend of tea types that works so well. I especially love all the cute little, perfect, bright-green buds that float to the surface after the tea has been steeping for a little while.

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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec
S

I;ve been curious about this one for a while…I guess I should get around to ordering some!

Ricky

It’s two dollars for the sampler, which is enough for 2-3 cups. I think a tin is worth it, but you might want to try the sampler before you dive.

LENA

I love this tea too. Will have to re-order soon. It has a good kick as well.

Tamara Fox

I live in Denver and love the local library’s redeco for the Summit of Eight in 1997. Will have to try this tea, too, to make the experience complete :)

Jillian

@Tamara: This is an excellent tea and quite unique aswell, so I’d deifnitely recommend trying it. Harney & Sons has sample packets of all their teas for around $2 each.

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S

I;ve been curious about this one for a while…I guess I should get around to ordering some!

Ricky

It’s two dollars for the sampler, which is enough for 2-3 cups. I think a tin is worth it, but you might want to try the sampler before you dive.

LENA

I love this tea too. Will have to re-order soon. It has a good kick as well.

Tamara Fox

I live in Denver and love the local library’s redeco for the Summit of Eight in 1997. Will have to try this tea, too, to make the experience complete :)

Jillian

@Tamara: This is an excellent tea and quite unique aswell, so I’d deifnitely recommend trying it. Harney & Sons has sample packets of all their teas for around $2 each.

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