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Harney and Sons Tea - Darjeeling Loose Leaf Tea - 4oz (112g)

Harney and Sons Tea - Darjeeling Loose Leaf Tea - 4oz (112g)
SKU: ETS_HAR_DJLL
MPN: 46404
$14.99
$9.99


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    High in the mountains, deep in the mists that surround the Himalayas is Darjeeling, Queen of Teas. This tea is a blend of First Flush and Autumnal teas from the best gardens. This mixture yields a light color in the cup .

    Net Weight: 4 ounces (112 grams)

    Ingredients: Black Tea

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United States
    Season Everyday
    Size 4oz
    Product Type Loose Leaf Tea
    Dietary Options Caffeinated
    Flavor Darjeeling
    Type Black Tea
    Type Breakfast Tea
    Type British Favorites
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    Brand Harney and Sons
  • 1 Review

    1 Review

    • 5
      Harney & Sons Darjeeling Indian Black Loose Tea

      Posted by Karen Miller on Oct 29th 2020

      Darjeeling is my favorite tea and this is the brand I drink daily. Delicious, full flavored brew. Directions say to steep 4 minutes (I'd always heard 3) which was new to me, but works well.

High in the mountains, deep in the mists that surround the Himalayas is Darjeeling, Queen of Teas. This tea is a blend of First Flush and Autumnal teas from the best gardens. This mixture yields a light color in the cup .

Net Weight: 4 ounces (112 grams)

Ingredients: Black Tea

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United States
Season Everyday
Size 4oz
Product Type Loose Leaf Tea
Dietary Options Caffeinated
Flavor Darjeeling
Type Black Tea
Type Breakfast Tea
Type British Favorites
Left Overlay Image ets-made-usa-prod.png
Brand Harney and Sons

1 Review

  • 5
    Harney & Sons Darjeeling Indian Black Loose Tea

    Posted by Karen Miller on Oct 29th 2020

    Darjeeling is my favorite tea and this is the brand I drink daily. Delicious, full flavored brew. Directions say to steep 4 minutes (I'd always heard 3) which was new to me, but works well.

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