Love Love Love from Harlow Tea Co

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Honeybush

Where to Buy: Harlow Tea Co

Tea Description:

Love, Love, Love Loose Leaf Tea

This caffeine free tea is a great tea for any tea drinker, someone brand new to tea or have tried it all.

Honeybush tea is vey mild, but gives great flavor without caffeine. Floral hints from rose hips, hibiscus flower, and lady’s mantle is balanced with the fruity aroma of dried plums.

Does not contain caffeine

Lady’s mantle is considered in many cultures to be used as a woman’s healing herb.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Honeybush and I have a love hate relationship. Sometimes I love it and sometimes not so much. I wasn’t sure what I would think of Harlow Tea Co’s Love Love Love blend.

First whiff of the dry leaf and I was greeted with a lush plum fragrance that I wanted to bottle into a candle. So very soft and romantic.  This simple mixture yielded such an amazing full flavor, just like all of the other Harlow Tea Co blends I’ve tried.

Silky sweet notes combined with a deep plum jam note.  Very soft notes of floral complete with sip with just small peeks of hibiscus.  Each flavor does a great job of complimenting the others and no one flavor dominates. This tea is as romantic as you can get!

The perfect tea to end your day with.  Soul soothing and one you can really curl up with. I’m in love with this blend! I haven’t had a chance to try Love Love Love as an iced tea or cold brew but that is next on the list.  Another superb blend from Harlow Tea Co.

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