This is one of my favorite Harney and Sons blends. I loved drinking Paris, and when I tried this it was very similar but something about it made me want more, more, MORE!

I just finished my tin of sachets and I am well on my way through the one pound bag. I decided to give it the slow cold steep that was mentioned on here a day or two ago.

I put one tablespoon per eight ounces of water in my carafe and left it for three days. I know it is supposed to be four but I couldn’t wait!

And I was SO PROUD! My friend who drinks tea with me took one sip and asked if it was iced Tower of London! My tea proselyte, getting all grown up!

This is definitely delicious, and we drank it sans sweetener. I do want to try it with a hint of sugar next.

Rosehips

I love Tower of London, though I’ve never tried it iced!

Veronica

I really like Paris, but now I want to give this one a try.

Claire

Tower of London is so yummy. I need to get more one of these days.

caile

I have yet to try this – I think I will tomorrow. I like Paris also so maybe this will even be better!

TassieTeaGirl

Its awesome converting people isn’t it! Watching as they can pick things or enjoy things they mightn’t have previously wanted to try. :)

tigress_al

Oh man, apparently I need to try this one!!

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Rosehips

I love Tower of London, though I’ve never tried it iced!

Veronica

I really like Paris, but now I want to give this one a try.

Claire

Tower of London is so yummy. I need to get more one of these days.

caile

I have yet to try this – I think I will tomorrow. I like Paris also so maybe this will even be better!

TassieTeaGirl

Its awesome converting people isn’t it! Watching as they can pick things or enjoy things they mightn’t have previously wanted to try. :)

tigress_al

Oh man, apparently I need to try this one!!

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I am a music teacher and homeschooling mom who started drinking loose leaf tea about five years ago! My daughters and I have tea every day, and we are frequently joined by my students or friends for “tea time.” Now my hubby joins us, too. His tastes have evolved from Tetley with milk and sugar to mostly unadorned greens and oolongs.

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