Lunar New Year 2020

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Coconut, Toasted
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Sachet
Caffeine
Medium
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  • “A decent black tea with mostly coconut notes and some lingering toasty notes in the background. It’s fairly tasty as far as coconut goes, nothing fake or artificial as an aftertaste, but it really...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Officially decided to put this tin in the ‘give away/trade’ pile. It’s just okay. I much prefer Tokyo over this. The main problem for me is the tea itself is a bit ashy tasting. The coconut flavor...” Read full tasting note
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From Harney & Sons

Throughout Asia during the Spring Festival, also known as the Lunar New Year, people welcome a change in season and what it brings: new beginnings. To honor that tradition, we created this tea blend inspired by Nian Giao, a delicacy made of caramel, sesame and coconut enjoyed during the celebrations.

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A decent black tea with mostly coconut notes and some lingering toasty notes in the background. It’s fairly tasty as far as coconut goes, nothing fake or artificial as an aftertaste, but it really is a one note tea. Some sips I get a little of the the toasty sesame coming through, not on the first steep, the second is where the coconut turns pleasantly toasty. No bitterness here, I bet this would do well grandpa style in a go cup all day. Not usually the type of tea I gravitate to, but I’ll add it to my tea bag travel stash and sip it down :)

Flavors: Coconut, Toasted

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Officially decided to put this tin in the ‘give away/trade’ pile. It’s just okay. I much prefer Tokyo over this. The main problem for me is the tea itself is a bit ashy tasting. The coconut flavor mixes oddly with it.

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