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I just purchased Harney and Sons Scottish Morn last week, and can’t rave about it enough.

First, I like a strong, bold tea in the morning. This tea delivers all that and more.

It brews a dark liquor after 5 minutes, and will help you wake up in the morning without making you twitch like a squirrel after more than a cup or 5.

It takes sugar and milk wonderfully and I intend to stock this regularly in my cupboard.

If you like strong tea, this is MUST!

5 min, 0 sec 8 tsp 0 OZ / 0 ML

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I am new to Harney and Sons, and just bought their Earl Grey Supreme, Scottish Morn and Millerton Blend.

My exposure to Earl Grey was changed forever when I bought Twinings Strand Earl Grey in London last year. As we all know, the Twinings that we get in the USA is a waste of money. The Strand Earl Grey is super strong, has lots of bergamot and is very full bodied.

The Harney is very good, but I find it far more mild in comparison. On it’s own, it’s a light taste, with a slight dry and bitter after-taste on the sides of the tongue. It doesn’t take milk very well, but used in moderation it’s ok.

I intend on purchasing Harney and Sons other Earl Grey(s) in hopes of finding one that I truly love.

I would recommend this tea to someone who likes a light to medium bodied tea.

Flavors: Lemon, Orange

175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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