This is a strong cuppa tea for first thing in the morning, and it is exactly what Mike Harney wanted it to be. The store description is accurate. Remembering that I am NOT a big fan of assams but don’t object to them blended with other teas, I thought I would be hiding under a chair from this one. While it is strong, it is also civil. I added milk and sugar. There is a noticeable fruitiness – like the muscatel of a darjeeling. Not a bad tea, but my brekkie favorites are still Chinese keemun and Fujian province teas! I think I should also try it with a much shorter steep next time.
HarSha is a new black tea blend Mike developed as a fulfilling breakfast tea. It is a blend of extraordinary broken Meleng Assam to give body and depth and Puttabong Second Flush to give a little dark fruity flavor. HarSha is a Hindi word from India and means “bliss”. Mike thinks you will agree.