A blend that combines black teas from China and India with dried cranberries, orange and cranberry flavoring. Reminiscent of the crisp days and joyous family meals surrounding Thanksgiving and Autumn.
A delightful blend of black teas, citrus, almond and spice flavors. A perfect tea to enjoy on crisp fall days, and chilly winter mornings.
A romantic blend of black teas, chocolate and rosebuds.
Blending of Herbal Rooibos and Cranberry and Oranges.
Big Red Sun
This full-bodied yet mellow tea is a great way to welcome the sun each morning. Kenya and Kenilworth were chosen for this blend. The golden tips of Milima are reminiscent of Assam and the bold leaves of Ceylon's Kenilworth are very mellow.
A beautiful blend of green teas and three types of flowers accented with citrus flavors.
Hot Cinnamon Sunset
Mixture of black teas, cinnamons, orange and sweet cloves.
"Nimbu" is Hindi for lemon. To make this delightful tea, lemon and caramel were infused into Darjeeling tea.
Almost nothing is like ripe peaches in the summer. However, when a substitute is necessary, this tea will do.
A delightful blend of Japanese Bancha and big Chrysanthemum flowers from China that creates a light clean tasting delight.
Winter White Earl Grey
A new tea that combines beautiful Chinese Mutan White tea with lemony natural Bergamot.
A rich tea from the Sewpur Tea Garden with a sweet honey flavor.
A second-flush Darjeeling from the Selim Hill Garden.
A blend of hand picked black teas from India. Scented in the traditional way with the essence of oil of Bergamot. Enjoy the Citrus scent as it steeps before taking a sip of this cup. A perfect and well-known afternoon tea.
A traditional blend of hand-picked black teas from India. The Assam is mellowed just a bit with a smooth south Indian Tea. It is perfect in the morning or throughout the day.
Green with Citrus & Gingko
A hand-picked green tea from Southern India. This refreshing blend delivers the benefits associated with green tea and ginkgo, along with the bright taste of natural citrus.
Passion Plum with Ginseng
Long on taste with no caffeine, this herbal brew deliver delicious taste with the added benefits of American Ginseng.
This is an elegant mixture of silvery Ceylon and golden Assam.
Earl Grey Supreme
This tea defines afternoons well spent. The precise blend of find black teas from Asia flavored with Bergamot creates a delightful, citrusy tea. Can stand alone or be complemented with milk and sugar to taste.
This is a sophisticated black tea blend that conjures up the honey flavor typical of the best Assams. It is tippy Assam and Kenyan teas blended with smooth Kenilworth Ceylon, then slightly sweetened with honey flavors.
Smooth and full-bodied - the perfect cup to start the day. Quality teas from India and China combine to create this superb Breakfast Blend. A wonderful tippy Assam gives it full body that is then smoothed by the rich distinctive flavor of Hao Ya "B" Keemun.
Herbal and Decaffeinated Teas
The hot sun of Egypt infuses this fantastic Chamomile with a pleasant, slightly sweet taste, reminiscent of apples. A calming brew for evening or anytime. Great alone or with sugar to taste.
Loaded with flavor, these black teas from Ceylon have the caffeine removed - a great choice for the caffeine conscious. Can stand alone or be complemented with mil and sugar to taste.
Decaffeinated Earl Grey
Starts with Decaffeinated Ceylon. This is then scented with the natural Oil of Bergamot as with the traditional Early Grey blend.
A delicious blend of Decaf black tea and lemon flavor. A nice way to control one's caffeine intake.
Popular Chinese Sencha is the base tea. Now you can finally have green tea and reduce your caffeine intake.
The predominant aroma of this delightful infusion is lemongrass. The addition of lemon rind and lemon flavor make this a light and soothing alternative to our Chamomile. An excellent bedtime tea.
A marvelous, brisk peppermint from Oregon. It is a caffeine-free beverage.
This herbal blend recreates the fruity flavor of red raspberries. It features a beautiful, rich color to delight the eyes and no caffeine to jangle the nerves. Great alone or with sugar to taste.
Just north of Cape Town, South Africa, there lies a relatively untouched resource called Redbush. Reaching the U.S. only recently, it has become a favorite among tea drinkers. It is low in tannin, contains natural sweeteners and is rich in essential minerals.
An herbal infusion with the delightful essence of cinnamon and plums. Heartier than most herbals, this one has a presence that will surprise you.
Chai Hara (Green Chai)
Not the traditional Chai of India, but rather a refreshing change of pace with organic Green tea from India carefully accented with Cardamom and other spices.
Assam tea, freshly ground cardamom, and spices combine together to create a hauntingly subtle spiced tea blend. Indians always drink this with milk and sugar.
A pleasing blend of caffeine-free African Redbush, cardamom and other spices. The color and flavor are reminiscent of real Chai, but without the caffeine.
Up in the mist-covered Himalayan highlands lies Darjeeling, a sacred tea town. We pay our respect by blending Darjeeling teas from only the best gardens for an extraordinarily light, bright and mellow tea. Can stand aloe or be complemented with milk and sugar to taste.
Legend has it that this blend was a gift from China to the Earl, Charley Grey, for which we are thankful most afternoons. This blend uses four teas that are blended with precious, natural Oil of Bergamot - then gently infused for over a month in special containers.
This English Breakfast has an ancient pedigree. Historic researchers trace its heritage back to the teas that the English drank regularly in the 1800's. It is simply China Black. An uncomplicated way to start your hectic day.
A blend of Assam teas makes for a strong cup of tea that is sure to start your day on the sunny side of the street. Lends itself to milk and sugar.
An ancient and much loved tea from China. Large leaves are dried over smoky pine fires. As you might imagine, the tea develops a distinctive smoky flavor.
A classic blend of strong Assam and smooth Ceylon, this tea produces a mellow, satisfying cup.
Queen Catherine's Blend
We created this blend of three Chinese black teas in honor of Queen Catherine, who introduced her love of tea to the British. We are privileged to have this tea featured in the Museum of Tea in Hangzhou, China. Harney & Sons is the only Western tea company to receive this honor.
Russian Country Blend
blend of four teas along with an additional touch of Lapsang, this is a softer version of Smoky Lapsang Souchong. This tea is reminiscent of the teas that were carried by camel across the Asian deserts to Russia.
Flavored Black Teas
This is a very elegant tea with the "warm", almost nutty flavor of Apricot predominating. Chunks of dried apricot add a visual, as well as tasty appeal.
This full-bodied tea has become traditional favorite in fine restaurants all over America.
Hot Cinnamon Spice
Three types of cinnamon are hand-blended into a delightful Asian black tea and accented with a hint of orange. The result is a remarkable, assertive tea. Can stand alone or be complemented with milk and sugar to taste.
For those who want a real taste of India, warm up your milk and add this blend of Assam tea, cinnamon, cardamom, and nutmeg. Add sugar and you will have Chai!
Bold tropical flavors and bits of dried mangos make for an enchanting afternoon treat.
Mike spent years in Paris and found his wife Brigitte there. So his ties to the City of Light are strong. He has enjoyed many a pot of tea at the famous Paris tea shops. So in homage to Paris, he has created this blend reminiscent of one of the most popular blends in Paris. It is a fruity black tea with a hint of lemony Bergamot.
America's favorite tropical flavor. Give this "juicy" tea a try and you will know why it is so popular.
Peaches & Ginger
A flavored black tea with fruit flavors of peaches enchanced by the spice of ginger.
Contains pieces of real peaches and ginger. If you like ginger, you'll love this tea.
A natural sweetness and rich flavor makes this an irresistible delight. The aroma will take you back to winter afternoons in the kitchen baking sugar cookies with your grandmother.
We often suggest this Citron-flavored tea to our tasking room customers interested in trying green tea for the first time. The delicate citrus flavor and beautiful orange flowers provide a gentle introduction into the world of green tea.
A different sort of Japanese tea that many find intriguing. While the green leaves are being dried, rice kernels are added. The kernels get crispy and some burst open. The tea has a unique appearance and a pleasant toasted flavor.
A basic green tea from China's Anhui Province, Gunpowder is a good everyday green tea. The tea takes its name from the rolled leaf balls that are leaden in color. Like spent gunpowder, it has a slight smoky flavor.
Jane's Garden Tea
A blend of Bancha and rosebuds.
A clean green tea that is very approachable. It is by far the most popular tea in Japan.
Hand-blended green teas from India with marvelous, tropical flavor. Discover this fresh twist on traditional greens.