2 Tasting Notes

drank HarSha by Harney & Sons
2 tasting notes

Harsha leaves one wondering. Wondering if the bliss you feel comes from the tea you just drank. Quality tea for me is the good clear uplifting feeling I get after drinking it. Harsha lives up to its name, Bliss. Bliss because its such a bargain, bliss because its not to strong, bliss because of its beautiful liquor. This is not experience tea for me, like a pure darjeeling, its an everyday tea, thats close enough to an experience. More than a nice in between tea. Harsha lives up to its name for me. Malty Assam, cut with astringent 2nd flush darjeeling, the normal darjeeling taste wasn’t there, but the champagne buzz was, and thats Harsha!

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I got this tea as a gift. Being away from my normal tea accoutrements this bag tea had to do. Nice malty breakfast tea. Lower grade Assam in a fancy silk bag that does the trick but not to exciting if your used to loose leaf. Nice tea.


Know what you mean but if I had a choice of bagged teas, I’d be pleased to be offered this one over most others. I love black tea!


I love black tea as well. Being an organic dairy farmer I love a tea that stands up to a dose of rich milk. Though I do drink neat tea often, however breakfast tea to me says, ‘milk please!’


Absolutely! No fake milk or 2% for me either! (My daughter doesn’t have cows but has 4 goats, 25 laying hens, 2 ducks, 2 Turkey’s that we’ll eat for Thanksgiving). With 8 children, you need to use the land and make cheese, bake bread and grow fruit and vegetables.

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