Cranberry Autumn

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 g 8 oz / 230 ml

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From Harney & Sons

The tangy sweet citrus fragrance of Cranberry Autumn evokes euphoria. Dried cranberry and orange bits are blended with handpicked black teas from China and India producing a full-bodied brew as delicious as its scent. Ideally sweet and tart, this black tea expresses exceptionally smooth and flavorful tones. Fall in love with the sweet fruit aroma whilst sipping the exquisite mahogany red of Cranberry Autumn. Available loose and in sachets. The sachets are in seasonal tins.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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48 tasting notes

Got a sample of this and ended up using it for iced tea. We drink a lot of iced tea with our meals, even in the colder months, and I needed a new flavor to try. This is really nice iced, although the fruity, berry flavor is not as pronounced as it is in the Boston Blend. I may get it again, if only to try it hot – I used up the entire sample just making one quart of iced tea.

Flavors: Cranberry

Boiling 7 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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38 tasting notes

Sometimes fruity teas are so tart that I can’t taste the rest of the flavor, but this tea has very little of that tartness. The flavor was a complex cranberry/orange cinnamon flavor; I added just a bit of sugar and it was perfect.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1380 tasting notes

Hot, I did not like this at all!! How odd.
It was musty and a bit bitter, but not in a cranberry way.
Now that its cooled, I can taste the fruitiness a bit more while any must has faded. There’s also something mildly spicy in there, though I can’t figure out quite what.
In terms of a classic cranberry tea, it isn’t exactly what I imagined or craved, so I guess the perfect cranberry tea hunt must continue.
Overall, I’d say that it does evoke a theme of “autumn” so points for that.


I think their Boston blend has cranberries too. It sounded intriguing, but when I tried it it was very similar to hibiscus.


…which = very blech IMO.


Hmmm. Now I am curious.
I don’t mind hibiscus IF in moderation, and if it contributes to the taste of the fruit. But I can’t stand it when they add so much that all you taste is sour!


Cranberry Pear from DT is my favourite cranberry tea. Most seem to use hibiscus to emulate the tartness of cranberry, which wrecks it.


I really liked the one from Mlesna, but I’ve run out now. I seem to recall loving the Cran Pear one, though it has been ages! totally agreed on the hibby :/

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82 tasting notes

Just got this from the Harney free shipping deal. It’s a nice smooth fruity tea. I was actually expecting more of a tart cranberry flavor. It’s also suppose to have orange, but I didn’t get too much orange from my first cup.

Overall it was still pretty good, not being what I was expecting. Those that don’t like a tart cranberry would love this one.

It’ll be nice to bring this to Thanksgiving dinner, everyone should love it.

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1157 tasting notes

Good grief, its been a long day. I’m the only staff in the office today, so I’m getting piles of stuff to do, and 384 envelopes to stuff. And no, thats not an exaggeration. Argh.
I started this morning off with this lovely tea, and I’m glad I did. Mild, subtle, but still fruity and delicious. Its good stuff.


You aren’t stuffing red-pockets with chocolate are you? I was told someone at head-office was filling them in preparation for us to serve with tea lol

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6 tasting notes

The first time I had this I thought it was dull but then I realized I didn’t steep it enough. With the right amount of steepage time, this tea was wonderful!

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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197 tasting notes

Smells better than it tastes, but I am not a fruit in tea person. I love the thought, but it’s not for me

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31 tasting notes

Yes, here is a taste of yet another free sample. The tea itself smells scrumptious and chock full of cranberry, orange and other nummies, but I only saw a couple bits of fruit. Upon steeping, this tea yields a beautiful amber brown color and the aroma is light with a slight scent of orange. The liquor itself is a bit disappointing due to the delicious aroma. While it’s not bad, I don’t think I’d buy it. While pleasant on the tongue, this tea is full-bodied but light with a hint of citrus and a slight bite of cranberry. Not a favorite, but as best, it was simply pleasant.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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6 tasting notes

The taste and aroma of these leaves and liquor are very, very good. Perfect for a cold autumn morning.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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1 tasting notes

This is one of my favorite teas. It must be very popular as it has been sold out on H&S website in the past when I tried to order it. It has a good balance of black tea and fruit flavor. I steep it at work and sometimes get distracted so the steep time can be 10 or 15 minutes and it doesn’t get bitter like some teas. It also seems to last well if left in the cup for hours. I like it with some ginger in it also.

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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