by Emeric Harney September 12, 2019 2 min read 10 Comments

Ah, fall! While we enjoy summer and are certainly big fans of  tea shirts, we love that first crisp autumn day when you can break out your favorite sweater and anticipate the landscape changing from green to warm fall colors. There’s a fresh crispness in the air that we know will change to cold weather sooner than we might want, which is what makes fall so special. It’s limited edition: always leaves us wanting more. (You see what we did there, right?)

Fortunately for you, some of our best teas to drink in the fall aren’t limited edition, so you can enjoy them year-round if you wish—but autumn is an especially great time to savor these flavors. Which ones will you fall for?

Pumpkin Spice

Let’s face it, pumpkin owns fall. From pumpkin spice cereal to pumpkin spice Pringles (yes, they really made them), the pumpkin spice craze has taken over the country. We think, and our customers agree, our Pumpkin Spice Tea is a perfect pairing of a beautiful red Rooibos with pumpkin, cinnamon, and cloves. Go ahead, get your pumpkin spice on.

Hot Apple Spice

Fall’s other favorite round edible object, the apple, takes center stage in our Hot Apple Spice tea. This blend of black tea is bursting with apple pieces and flavor, cinnamon, orange peel and ground cloves. So fresh, you’ll swear we just picked it from the apple spice tree.

Hot Cinnamon Spice

It’s cinnamon, spice, and everything nice—that’s what our Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea is made of! Our most popular tea is perfect for this time of year. Warm and comforting, like a hug from your grandma without the comments about your hair. 

African Autumn

Another awesome Rooibos offering, African Autumn is an herbal blend with cranberry and citrus. It has a fruity and slightly woodsy aroma that makes it a perfect fall tea. It’s like spending time around a bonfire but your clothes don’t smell like smoke the next day.

Rooibos Chai

Oh my, rooibos chai! With its clove, cardamom, and cinnamon spices, it will warm you up heart and soul. Imagine drinking a cookie from a cup—yep, there it is. Rooibos is naturally decaffeinated, so you can sip it by the fire to wind down your autumn day.

Mulled Plum Cider

Yea, it’s cider season! Truly one of fall’s best ambassadors, there’s nothing like the taste of cider to let you know what time of year it is. Our Mulled Plum Cider tea is full of flavor: plum, apple, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and more. So packed with fall goodness, you’ll be inspired to offer to rake your neighbor’s leaves… but you’ll just have another cup of tea instead.

Is one of these your favorite fall Harney tea, or do you have another? Share your fall favorites with us in the comment section below.

Emeric Harney
Emeric Harney


10 Responses

Cathy Gunn
Cathy Gunn

November 07, 2019

Hot Cinnamon spice is my morning treat. I even brought a sample to my dentist who was using another brand. She is now a Harney tea convert!!!

Simon Soria
Simon Soria

November 07, 2019

All the tea’s I just pick I’m looking forward to trying them. they all sound so good I’ll try to call tomorrow and talk to someone

Chris Mayne
Chris Mayne

October 21, 2019

My favorite fall tea has to be Heirloom Bartlett Pear! The juicy pear flavor paired with warm spices and earthy green tea is perfect for sipping in the cooler weather. I might go make a cup right now!

Wayne Stewart
Wayne Stewart

October 21, 2019

Imagine a cold winter morning outside with a fresh foot of snow. Your off for the weekend with a hot toasty fire, a stack of hot cakes and a Piping Hot cut of New England Breakfast ! Could you please pass the syrup.

Patty Gaspar
Patty Gaspar

October 02, 2019

Indian Nimbu is my favorite cool weather tea. It is definitely a great winter tea. It has a caramel undertone with a citrus aroma and slightly sweet.

Teresa Chabot
Teresa Chabot

September 27, 2019

Nothing says Autumn to me like Cranberry Autumn. I love the tart flavor of cranberry mixed with orange in the fading sun of a fall day.

Bryan P Fleenor
Bryan P Fleenor

September 27, 2019

I agree with the couple that suggested a Fall Sampler! I’d buy a couple for my tea drinkers and myself👍 They all sound really good and we already love Hot Cinnamon Spice!

Sherry
Sherry

September 19, 2019

Russian Country is probably my favorite for sipping late afternoon in Autumn. Slightly smoky with a caramel finish it’s a perfect accompaniment for the crisp air and beauty of the season.

Fred and Valerie Johnston
Fred and Valerie Johnston

September 19, 2019

WOW ! They all look great. How in the world do we decide? Do you have or could you do a FALL special sampler? I have had a couple of those but when i run out I stick with the same and never get to taste the others.

Candace M Welsh
Candace M Welsh

September 12, 2019

Love Hot Cinnamon Spice any time but there is something special about a crisp fall day and a cup of that delicious tea!

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