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Harney Fine Teas

A fine tea brand

harney Sons tea4 Harney Fine Teas NZ is a specialist online provider of good teas. Rhonda bought the distribution rights to supply Harney & Sons fine teas in New Zealand a few years ago now. Harney & Sons, New York, is synonymous with a tradition dedicated to the love of tea and benchmarks the quality of Rhonda’s business in New Zealand.

There’s simply a tea for every palate and every occasion. The tea comes from the best tea gardens around the world and is beautifully packaged in distinctively branded tins, Classic or Tagalong (take it with you, in either unwrapped silk pyramid sachets or loose leaves. If you like the sachets you can refill the tins from boxes that contain individually wrapped sachets or bulk food service bags. Loose leaf refills can be purchased online as well. The filled tins make lovely gifts for any occasion.

Tea bags are also available for those who prefer them with organic and fair-trade option. All your fine tea accessories can be found here as well, so if you love tea, you’ll love this site. Harney Fine Teas can also be found in many of our good food stores throughout New Zealand.
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