Millerton’s Flight of Teas: February 2nd & 3rd
February 2, 2013
Punxsutawney Phil predicts an early Spring!
This weekend at Harney Millerton we will be featuring smokey and roasted flavors in our teas. With the cold wet weather we hope these teas will warm you up!
Lapsang Souchong is an ancient chinese black tea loved for ages. During the process of getting the tea ready to drink, they dry the leaves over large pine fires. This leads to the strong smoky nose and taste in this tea.
Da Hong Pao is an Oolong that we will be featuring. This charcoal roasted Oolong has a great warm and toasty flavor. As with most Oolongs the leaves can be rebrewed several times. One of our favorites this time of year.
The Earl of Harlem is from our ambessa line. The flavors of citrus and bergamont pair nicely with the smokey base tea. This rich fragrant tea is loaded with layers of flavor and is a fun twist on your traditional earl grey.
Blood Orange Fruit Tea is our caffeine free option this weekend. Bursting with citrus flavor and just the right amount of floral notes this infusion is perfect for anytime of year. Great for something light and warm later in the day.