drank Passion Fruit by Harney & Sons
1879 tasting notes

After receiving a passion fruit tea from Quiltguppy a while back, I wanted to see if I would also enjoy the one by Harney and Sons. When you open the tin the aroma is quite strong, but the tea itself is just right in my opinion. I am drinking it hot and sans additions right now but I am eager
to try it iced and lightly sweetened as well. The tea base is smooth and the passion fruit is nice and juicy!

SimplyJenW

I do prefer Harney’s Passionfruit over their Apricot. But I am kind of leaning more toward Lychee….

ashmanra

I still haven’t tried that one. Tomorrow!

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SimplyJenW

I do prefer Harney’s Passionfruit over their Apricot. But I am kind of leaning more toward Lychee….

ashmanra

I still haven’t tried that one. Tomorrow!

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