Camilla's Blend

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Apricot Flavour, Cherry, Plum Flavor
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  • “Before I went to my class I had a cup of this, as I could feel the tiredness start to build, and it helped. (I am learning to knit socks!) and it was pretty darn good. My initial impression on...” Read full tasting note
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From Harney & Sons

Artist, designer, and ceramics Molly Hatch began her career as a studio potter, infusing her designs with contemporary sensibilities and classical charm. Hatch’s shared love of tea and the traditions surrounding tea inspired this blend named after the generations of women sharing the name Camilla in her family.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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Before I went to my class I had a cup of this, as I could feel the tiredness start to build, and it helped. (I am learning to knit socks!) and it was pretty darn good.
My initial impression on this one hold true- very nice but not exceptional. Very pretty tin. I am a sucker for a very pretty tin (what do I do with the empty tins? I have a small scrap yard of very pretty tins without purposes and I either need to give them function or get rid of them, and lets be honest, I’m not getting rid of them….)

gmathis

I’m impressed! I distract too easily to knit.

Rosehips

My best friend taught me a couple of years ago. I was skeptical, but now my house is about 75% yarn, so she was right that it would take over my entire life.

gmathis

I am a very rudimentary crocheter…nothing elegant, but scarves and hats for our church mission center; however, when it gets hot, the Bag O’Projects just gapes at me from my chair. Oh, well, October’s coming. (Two balls of yarn left unattended will mate and multiply. As will two sheets of scrapbook paper, or two thrift store books. Tribbles, all of them!)

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