HarSha is a black tea blend Mike developed as a fulfilling breakfast tea. It is a blend of extraordinary broken tippy Assam to give body and depth, and muscatel Darjeeling Second Flush to add a little dark fruity flavor. HarSha is a Hindi word from India, meaning "bliss." Mike thinks you will agree.
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||Mike Harney drinks Assam most mornings. However one day he grew bored and added some Darjeeling that was in the cabinet and thus this tea was born. He consulted with some Indian friends and settled upon the hindi word for "bliss" and named this delightful tea Harsha.
||Mostly dark brown leaves with smaller golden leaves.
||Dark reddish-brown caramel.
||The sweet dark honey notes are perfectly complemented by the dark fruity notes of the Darjeeling.
||It is a medium bodied tea with the body of the Assam lightened by the Darjeeling.
||Wonderful notes of light molasses blend perfectly with the dark fruit of stewed apricot and peaches.
||4 to 5 minutes