Harney & Sons Royal Palace Tea (30 Sachets)
Harney & Sons Royal Palace Tea from the Historic Royal Palaces Collection is a lighter body blend of black teas, with notes of lemon and grapefruit. The Historic Royal Palaces of the England commissioned Harney & Sons to make this tea. They wanted a brew that might have been consumed in one of their Palaces in last century. The design of the tin was adapted from their collection of Royal China. This tea creates light brown liquor with predominate citrus flavors. Each sachet brews a 12 oz cup of tea. Kosher.
Historic Royal Palaces of England invited Harney & Sons to create a distinguished collection of English tea blends which is why Historic Royal Palaces Tea Collection was created. Each unique blend pays homage to tea's imperial history and roots, and comes packaged in a brilliant jewel-toned tin for an extra added value of royal experience.
|Product Contains||30 silken sachets|
|Base||Black tea leaves|
|Aroma||Lemon and Grapefruit citrus aroma|
|Character||Citrus character from the grapefruit andd lemon flavour|
|Steeping Time||4 to 5 minutes|
|Brewing Temperature||212° F|
| KOSHER TEA
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.
Brad Goldfarb visits Harney & Sons and discusses all things Tea with Emeric Harney. Interview by Brad Goldfarb Location: Harney & Sons, SOHO NYC Video & Editing by www.joshuadgarcia.com
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Posted by Cheryl Perrotta on 2017 May 9th
This tea has a beautiful fragrance. The lemon and grapefruit notes are subtle but definitely noticeable. This tea would be great served cold as an iced tea!
Posted by CINDY on 2017 Jan 15th
Highly recommended. This tea is almost addictive. In the top 3 I have tried here.