I ordered a sample of this to try side by side with the Teavivre version. For more details see my note on that one. I really like this! There is a lovely orange flavor laid right over the top of this, not added flavor but possibly a natural scenting of the leaves from the orange blossoms that are all around the plantation, according to Harney and Sons. This is full of flavor and very enjoyable, but if it cools there does appear a tiny touch of bitterness. Just reheat if you don’t like that.
The Teavivre version is more oat-y, while this one is more citrus fruity. So both were excellent this morning, they are just so different. Instead of apples to apples, I feel Ike I am comparing oats to oranges! Really, though these have the same name and come from the same region, you may have a strong preference for one or the other based on what you are looking for in a Bi Lo Chun. They taste like completely different teas to me.
Edited to add: Teavivre’s description of their tea matches the taste of Harney’s so maybe I didn’t use enough leaf? And Teavivre’s is far less expensive at $10.90 for 3.5 ounces, while Harney’s is $20 for two ounces.