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drank Spiced Plum by Harney & Sons
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My mom got this tea from a friend and gave it to me. I’m always excited to try new teas, so I was excited to try this one! I did read that this was an herbal tea, so I thought it might be another delicious late night tea. So I opened the tin, and the bag, and…….

…….smelled a wonderful cinnamon aroma! WOW! This is obviously the main ingredient. I was just hoping this blend didn’t include hibiscus (NOT a fan of hibiscus). I read the ingredients: cinnamon, rosehips, and hibiscus [BIG SIGH!!]. I wasn’t expecting much. :// The cup color was a beautiful purplish-red, and did smell of cinnamon (AAHHH!), and hibiscus [UUGGGHHH!].

I really could taste the cinnamon, and the hibiscus. The hibiscus gave this tea the tart, plum-like flavor. I like a little tartness, but the tartness was a bit too much for me in this blend. I also noted a spicy quality on the back of my tongue, which I originally thought was ginger. I’m not sure. Could it have been the rosehips?

Overall, an average blend; and, thanks to the cinnamon, this will be a tea I will finish-one occasional cup at a time.

Cupped: Sunday, March 11, 2012.

Reviewed: Monday, March 12, 2012.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
TeaBrat

This sounds a lot like Rishi’s cinnamon plum which also has hibiscus in it. I foolishly bought 1/4 lb. of it at one time & It has been taking me forever to finish mine.

ScottTeaMan

Yeah I have somewhere between 2-3 oz, so unless I ice it, I wont finish it untill late summer or longer. ://

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TeaBrat

This sounds a lot like Rishi’s cinnamon plum which also has hibiscus in it. I foolishly bought 1/4 lb. of it at one time & It has been taking me forever to finish mine.

ScottTeaMan

Yeah I have somewhere between 2-3 oz, so unless I ice it, I wont finish it untill late summer or longer. ://

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