157 Tasting Notes
Starting off the day here at the tea shop with this smooth, great tea. A bit chilly here in upstate NY and this is the perfect way to warm up.
To celebrate our first appearance on Steepster, we brewed this all day long! What a great cup of tea with smooth nutty and fruity flavors. Rebrews were great as well!
Starting off a cloudy Sunday morning at the shop with this malty sweet tea. Hill, one of our tea tenders, likes it a bit on the stronger side, so it’s brisk, puckering your mouth into a smile, just like the Indians like to drink it!
Toasty, nutty and chocolaty, we love starting our mornings with this chinese black.
Starting the morning at the shop with a warm, creamy and sweet cup of some of Fujian’s tastiest tea. The toastiness is a great way to jump start the day.
Starting off the morning here at Harney’s with a nice warm pot of toasty Chinese Keemun.
This tea is perfect at 4 minutes and 208F water. Nice and malty, with a slight notes of honey intermixed.
We love this tea over here at the shop. With just 2 teaspoons of this pricey sencha we made 3 pots in a Kyusu for 4 people, as well as 2 carafes of iced tea! Who says you can’t make tea last!
One of our favorite teas to drink in the morning. Hill likes to make it strong to get that bittersweet flavor that the Chinese love so much. Puckering and strong on the intake, sweet and chocolate-y on the exhale.