Harrods is famous as one of Britain’s most famous upscale department stores. It was established in 1834 as a wholesale grocery, but what many people don’t know is that one of its primary focuses from the begining was tea. Today, having high tea at Harrods is still considered a “must-do” when visiting London. They offer a wide variety of mostly black and herbal teas which can also be purchased via their web site at www.harrods.com.

There are 3 reviews available for this category, for 2 different varieties.

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Harrods Earl Grey No. 42 (Loose)

8/10  —  2 reviews
Teaviews Member: Patty Patty's review:
""...this tea is elegant, in both the usual and the technical sense.""
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Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"Nicely-blended... a fine tea for Earl Grey lovers who prefer to taste the tea before the bergamot, and not the other way around. Too expensive for us Americans, alas..."
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Harrods No. 49

7/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Kari Kari's review:
"Hearty classic taste with a long finish and some bitterness."
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