Harney & Sons Holiday Tea 20 Sachet Tin
This Harney & Sons Holiday Tea is a specialty fine Chinese black tea, spiced with citrus, almond, clove and cinnamon. Although mostly sold around the holiday season it has become a year-round favorite black tea for many tea lovers. It is a wonderful addition to any holiday table, served piping hot on a cold winter morning, or anytime you crave a holiday-inspired brew. This tea is Kosher.
|Product Contains||20 silken sachets of loose-leaf tea|
|Base||China black tea blended with cloves and safflowers|
|Aroma||Holiday tea with strong scents of citrus and cinnamon|
|Body||Medium to strong bodied|
|Character||Holiday blend tea with orange and cloves as well as hints of vanilla and almond|
|Brewing Time||4-5 minutes|
| KOSHER TEA
About the Harney & Sons Fine Teas
The Harney & Sons story in the tea industry begins 30 years ago in Salisbury, Connecticut, when John Harney, developed a passion for fine teas and the art and craft of tea blending. John began his own journey in mastering the craft of tea blending. He produced and served his distinctive blends that were becoming more and more popular among the tea drinkers. His small back then home-based business turned to be a global company covered by popular names like Oprah and Dr. Oz and served in five-star hotels such as Four Seasons Hotels, Waldorf Astoria New York and other luxurious establishments. Harney & Sons Fine Teas sources, blends, and packages its own teas and has more than three hundred varieties. The company remains committed to delivering a superior quality teas that the consumers would truly indulge to delivery luxury to the everday life.
Best Black Tea Ever
Posted by Ruth Henderson on 2018 Apr 24th
Harney's Holiday Blend is my favourite black tea, holiday or no.
Something different - maybe a little too different.
Posted by Unknown on 2018 Jan 21st
Certainly not my favorite. Seemed a little bitter - although
that might be my taste buds. I'm on chemo and some-
things have no taste at all.
Posted by Anne on 2018 Jan 18th
Holiday tea used to be my favourite, but the blend has changed, and the new blend is not as nice. It seems to have almost a chocolatey aroma. Still an okay tea, but a disappointment from what it used to be. No longer a favourite, and I likely won't order it again.
Posted by Ingrid Joulin Kehler on 2017 Nov 24th
A very flavourful blend without being overpowering. Very enjoyable.