If tea from Harney & Sons Fine Teas were a car, it would one of those elegant, solid as a rock rides from times gone by.
Those of you who think that tea is just tea and everyone produces it the same way need to open their minds to what true artistry is all about.
To say that tea from Harney & Sons is excellent is an understatement. They put so much time into their products that the greatness of what they put forth should not be questioned.
I’ve often railed against the ill advised decision to purchase pennies on the dollar swill from the resident corporate juggernaut presiding over an industry. This is no exception.
I realize that you can get tea for pennies on the dollar. I recognize that household budgets aren’t what they used to be. At the same time, I implore you to get tea from a company that cares about you. If you think that the corporations care about you, try getting someone on the phone at their headquarters. Good luck!
Harney & Sons is a cut above the rest. Their master tea craftsmen are hard at work on new blends all the time. That’s when they’re not continuing their efforts to improve what’s already in their repertoire. You can’t beat that level of dedication.
The terms that reviewers of products such as these have their limitations. That’s why I don’t use them. I believe the reader can derive more from experiential evidence than the nonsensical displays of so called experts showing off how much jargon they can pack into an article that will lose people after the first sentence.
My input comes down to the product itself and the value it has to the average consumer. In the case of Harney & Sons, their products are worth their weight in gold. Sure, they don’t have the most colorful packaging. That’s okay. The tea I tried is reminiscent of an earlier time. They have more colorful products in their inventory. I just wasn’t able to try them.
Aesthetics are irrelevant if the product is not good. The tea from Harney & Sons could be delivered in a plastic gallon bag and I would still love it.
When your faced with quality, you have to bow down in respect. Although you can’t see me right now, I assure you I’m bowing to Harney & Sons.
Well played! Hope to talk soon over tea!