A blend similar to Indian Spice, but a bit spicier and with a hint of natural vanilla flavor. The blend contains Indian Black Tea, cardamom seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and natural cardamom and vanilla flavors.
Simply add the milk and sugar as you wish or enjoy on its own.
High-quality black tea with the caffeine removed, but with the depth of flavor left intact. Our customers tell us this Ceylon is the only Decaf that tastes like "real tea".
Harney & Sons commissioned a German factory to remove the caffeine from broken leaf Ceylon tea. So it would be a nice mellow tea anyway. And this is accentuated by the decaffeination process. The liquid washes over the dry tea and removes the caffeine. Then the tea is dried.
Contains Natural & Artificial flavors.
Our most popular flavored tea, this is an assertive blend of black teas, three types of cinnamon, orange peel, and sweet cloves (no sugar added).
This is one of our oldest flavored tea blends. John Harney developed it in the beginning of the 1980s. Over the decades its popularity has only grown, and now it is our most popular tea. People love its combination of strong spices and sweetness. And since there are no sugars (we tested it), it is safe for everyone to enjoy.
Peppermint has been drunk for a long time. People appreciate its refreshing flavor and it can help calm an overly active stomach. It can be chilled and used during the hot months. Ours comes from Oregon, and is about the only tea or tisane that comes from the USA.
English Breakfast Tea was never designed or formulated all those years ago. Rather, teas were chosen that were plentiful and not too expensive, and that would taste good with milk and sugar. Something an English person would enjoy at the start of a busy day. So in the early 1800s, that tea would have been a black tea from China, and this is where we take our inspiration. Later on, many Brits drank the brisker teas from the British colonies of India and Ceylon. After the Second World War, when the colonies became independent, the source of English Breakfast for the British became Africa. We do have some blends that are inspired by these regions, however this English Breakfast, like the original, is Chinese black tea.