Passion Fruit

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “A general note before the review: I usually read every single review posted and I keep scrolling down page after page until I get to one I have already read. Then as I scroll back I click “like”...” Read full tasting note
  • “Iced tea of the day……. I probably have enough left for one more pitcher. This one comes out crisp, slightly brisk, and with overtones of a tangy sweet fruit. It is excellent iced, but I like the...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is a sample I got from Harney and Sons and thought I’d try it out this morning. I noticed the leaves have a musky-melon kind of smell, is that a characteristic of a passionfruit? I steeped...” Read full tasting note
  • “hum. is this a passion fruit taste? i can’t make up my mind… the dry leaf gives me different values than does the steep: ripe apricot, raspberry and blueberry, each of them very distinctly. the...” Read full tasting note

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America’s favorite tropical flavor. Give this “juicy” tea a try and you will know why it is so popular.

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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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This doesn’t taste like passion fruit! It tastes like a combination of muscat and apple gummies with a little flatness in there. Not what I was expecting or hoping for at all. H&S is really striking out with me!

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

I thought American Tea Room’s was much better. Much.


I’ll have to give that one a go sometime!

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I have a mounting addiction to passion flavored teas (something about rose hips…) and I decided to buy a 50 bag box of this tea. Little did I know, it was a black tea, and I’m still warming up to black teas. I tried quite a few times doing the normal brewing routine, but I just didn’t enjoy it. HOWEVER, today I decided to cold brew a few bags and give it another chance. Boy was that a good idea! The fruity flavors really came out and it was delightful and refreshing! I think this might become a summer time favorite- and I won’t have to worry about going through all 50 bags!!

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I ordered a sample of this months ago and just now got around to trying it… and I’m glad I did! I have been a fan of every Harney fruit tea I have tried thus far aside from apricot, my favorite being black currant, and this is similar but different.

The dry leaf smells intensely of passion fruit, but the taste of the tea doesn’t reflect that strong scent. Instead, it’s a rich black tea with a vert slightly tangy and ambiguously fruity flavor. Passion fruit? I suppose, though I would not have guessed that in a blind taste test. It’s a summery, fruity tea that is very enjoyable plain and hot; I imagine it might be even better iced, and will have to give that a try.

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108 tasting notes

This tea is too sweet for my taste buds, and I am usually a huge fan of flavored black teas. If I have to drink this, I prefer it as iced tea.

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17 tasting notes

I tend to drink a lot of black tea, and when I was craving something with a fruity flavor, this tea was perfectly flavored while still maintaining the boldness of a rich black tea. The flavor really came alive when I added a little honey.

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