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May 06, 2006

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Jen

It's cool that you got to meet John Harney. He's an alum of the Hotel School and comes back every year for HEC. You should try the pomegranate oolong--it's divine!

Cate

This is where we buy our favorite tea! We don't drink any coffee at all, and our house tea is Harney's Palm Court blend. I get 2 pounds every other month or so. We LOVE Harney's tea and can't find any other we like as much (although we do have a fondness for dalliances with the jasmine and lapsang from Ten Ren tea in NYC).

Tana

What a wonderful post. I love tea so much: I've been a tea drinker since I was seven years old. It's one of the exemptions I'm claiming for my own Eat Local Challenge.

Jennifer

Jen, thanks for the tip about John Harney being a Cornellian--I'll mention that connection when I drop him a line.

Cate, I was intrigued by the Palm Court blend--I'll definitely give it a taste when I get there next time around.

Tana, I'm right with you If I could't exempt tea from the Eat Local Challenge I don't think I could make it!

Erin

I just discovered Harney's tea at Barnes and Noble the other day--I got a tin of their Bombay green tea blend. I loved reading this post. It's so much fun to learn about interesting companies--especially when they seem as great as this one.

Lindy

i am a Harney's fan too, and have ordered from them often. I enjoyed visiting in person vicariously.

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