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  • Bancha green tea blended with delicious all-natural coconut, ginger and vanilla.
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  • Exotic combination of green teas, coconut, ginger, vanilla and lemongrass make up this delicious and distinctive bland that is  both smooth and spicy
  • Harney & Sons coconut, ginger and vanilla flavoured tea
  • Harney & Sons Coconut Ginger and Vanille Tea Tin with 30 sachets.

Harney & Sons HRP Green Tea with Coconut, Ginger & Vanilla (30 sachets)

All natural, Coconut, lemongrass, vanilla green tea | whole-leaf tea | Kosher tea | 30 silken sachets

Product Description

The rich flavors of Thailand are the Harney & Sons inspiration for this all natural, tasty, savoury blend. This Historic Royal Palaces Tea is an exotic combination of green tea, lemongrass, vanilla, coconut and ginger that makes this tea both smooth and spicy. Great to sip on hot  or cold for a refreshing iced tea. 

Interesting fact:

Harney & Sons created this blend to complement their tea flavours with something more on the savoury side. You may find notes of ginger for spice, lemongrass for citrus flavour, and coconut for creamy mouthfeel. How delightful!
Product Contains 30 silken sachets
Base Green Tea
Aroma Tropical mélange, including ginger and vanilla
Caffeine Level Caffeinated
Body Moderate to light body
Character Coconut, lemongrass, ginger, and vanilla flavors
Steeping Time 3 minutes
Brewing Temperature 175° F

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About the Historic Royal Palaces Collection

Harney & Sons Fine Teas were invited by the Historic Royal Palaces of England (A non-profit organization that helps explore the story of how monarchs and people have shaped the society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built.) to create a notable and exquisite collection of English tea blends. Each unique tea blend pays homage to tea's imperial history and roots.

In 1660, the 17th-century diarist Samuel Pepys had his first ever 'Cup of Tea, a China drink', then only introduced to Britain. Catherine of Braganza, Charles II's tea-drinking queen, made it fashionable, Queen Anne would often enjoy a cup of tea at Hampton Court Palace and the double wedding of Queen Charotte's son at Kew in 1818 was celebrated with tea party. Until the abolition of import duties in 1784, tea was the expensive preserve of royalty and the rich. Despite its ubiquity in later times, tea is truly historic, royal tipple.


Other Details

Whole-leaf tea
Kosher Certified:
30 silken sachets

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  1. Good green tea 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2016 Feb 10th

    The flavors are citrus, ginger and coconut. This tea is perfect for people who do not like very sweet teas.

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