In the heat of the summer the Harney family descended on the famously scenic island off the coast of Italy, the Isola di Capri. There the steep slopes are covered with both fig and lemon trees. Our admiration of these fruits inspired us to create this blend. Drink this tea and you are transported to one of the most romantic places on earth.
This is my least favorite Harney and Sons blend. Somehow the fig reads as fishy to my tastebuds, a bit like some green teas and oolongs that I also don't like. The lemon is fine. I prefer citrus and floral flavors (and various darjeelings), and don't like some fruity blends, so don't rely on my opinion! (Posted on 1/5/16)
This is a pretty good tea. The flavors bring me to a quiet farmhouse where life is muted and slow. I got a four ounce tin of it on account of how there is no sample (?) and it tends to have better flavor when brewed longer than I would with other flavored blacks. A good tea for a slow day with big puffy clouds, or maybe the opposite, when you need to wind down. (Posted on 5/13/15)
One of my favorites. Smooth and you can really smell the figs. Thought it might help if I showed other favorites of mine: Apricot, Fruits d'Alsace, Paris. My husband, however, doesn't care for Capri. His favorites: Apricot, Cranberry Autumn, Fruits d'Alsace, Mango. (Posted on 12/10/14)