November 09, 2016 1 min read 1 Comment

Ahhh

Hot Cinnamon Spice tastes very nice as the weather cools around here in upstate, NY. John Harney blended this popular tea several decades ago and people have been adoring it ever since.  As he said: a nice black tea from China, three types of cinnamon, orange zest and some sweet cloves. Perfection!

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Sue Sutton
Sue Sutton

November 24, 2016

Living in Northern lower Michigan, love walks in the winter, knowing my faverate tea, Hot Cinnamon Spices will be waiting to warm me up when I return. It has such a smooth blen of flavors. Love it!

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