Harney & Sons, Black Tea, Hot Cinnamon Spice, 4 oz68 Reviews
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0.47 lbs (0.21 kg)
- Product Code: HRN-00523
- UPC Code: 636046005237
- Package Quantity: 4 oz
- Dimensions: 2.8 x 2.8 x 3.8 in, 0.4 lbs (0.18 kg)
- Fine Teas
For those who like hot sweet flavors, we offer this unique blend
Character A sweet hot flavor suitable for anytime
Harney & Sons: from tea garden to tea cup... In 1970 John Harney, Master Tea Blender, embarked on a mission to share his love for tea.
Harney & Sons Tea selection offers over 200 varieties of the highest quality leaves. The Harney family personally source their teas from the most reputable, established estates and gardens throughout Asia and India...accepting only the exceptional.
The Correct Way to Brew Black Tea
- Heat pot with boiling water until warm to touch.
- Discard that water and put a teaspoon of tea for each cup of tea desired.
- Pour boiling water over tea & steep 5 minutes.
- Pour through strainer.
Brewing Time: Boiling water, 5 minutes
Storage: No light, moisture or scent. Store tightly sealed.
Blend of black teas, sweet cloves, orange peel, cinnamon ground, natural & artificial cinnamon flavors.
Caffeine Content: 40-60 milligrams
iHerb Customer Reviews
So sweet and so tasty!!!
I love spicy teas and i LOVE cinnamon, but i disgusted this tea - first of all, it is sweet, so you cannot control the level of the sweetness of your tea yourself. Then, the taste and smell are artificial and smell more like some synthetic perfume than real tea and spices. I have a temptation to throw the tea in the trash and use the can for something else