My first experince with this tea was after a purchase of the tin while in Barnes & Noble. I opened the lid and was transported to my uncle's farm in Washington. I used to pick berries and my aunt would make pies and jam. I took the tin to work and made a cup. I had so many folks walk by and ask what I was drinking. Pretty soon I was passing out tea sachets....and then I ran out! Went back to B&N but they were out. Called H&Sons and they said it was out of season. Months later I found it available online at H&S. I ordered the loose tea and have been savoring it since. It's the one thing I can drink (besides water) that hasn't given me nause while I've been on chemo. Keep bringing those flashbacks of a wonderful time spent picking berries without a care in the world!
James Ross Spencer II
I am a huge fan of blueberries and from friend's recommendations I did try this tea. It did of course have a lovely blueberry aroma. However as a tea blender myself, I felt the blueberries would have been better paired with a rich Ceylon or China black blend, and maybe a dash of Vanilla to give it a more hearty dessert taste like blueberry cobbler. The tea was too light mixed with green. I experimented with this tea and find it works best for spring/summer iced with a dash of raw honey. Then it brings to mind summer in the Alps.... a very good tea but definitely not my favorite. Sorry.
I am new to Harney and sons so I bought some samples to start and this was one of them. It was wonderful. Very light flavors. If your looking for a robust or dessert tea this is not for you. It is delicate with just a perfect hint of blueberry. The aroma is heavenly as well. No matter how it goes with the other samples I will be back for this one.
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