drank Vanilla Comoro by Harney & Sons
10 tasting notes

I originally got this as a Christmas present for my father but kept it for myself (sorry dad!) as it was just too good.
It smells diviiiiiiiiine, a little like mint when in the packet, but tastes like biscuits.
It’s looooooooovely, I can’t get enough.
Even though it’s double use, like many of Harney and Son’s teas, I tend to make a big mug of this rather than save the bag.
I love this first thing on a cold morning with a cinnamon quill…mmmmm :D

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Hola, world!

My name is Geneva, and at the time of writing I am a 17 year old tea lover from New Zealand (But a book lover, not a hipster!)

I have been drinking tea since I was 8 years old, and recently was shown to T2 in Botany Downs by my cousin, when I was about 14. Ever since, my love for flavoured teas has grown and grown, and I own a large collection of T2 and Harney and Sons teas, which, aside from supermarket teas, are all that seem to be avaliable in Auckland D;

My favourite teas are Creme Brulee, by T2, and Vanilla Comoro by Harney and Sons.

I also keep a tea journal to record my thoughts on tea I own or try, as well as ratings of cafes or tea houses, and ideas for my future teabus!

Please feel free to message me! I don’t bite, unless you want me to ;D


Auckland, New Zealand

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