Last Updated: 7/2/2008 9:23 AM
We're scratching our head to figure out why a company that labels itself "master tea blenders" is introducing a cranberry drink, but we'll proceed anyway. First, the flavor. The organic mixture uses 15% juice consisting of cranberry, apple, and hibiscus and is sweetened with organic cane sugar. While the addition of hibiscus and an organic formulation are novel ideas, the execution of this drink leaves the product with a rather watered down taste. In addition, the hibiscus seems to give the drink a finish that tastes a bit off. Like the other Harney & Sons products, this one feels like it should be a super premium product, but the connection between the tea maker and a juice line isn't clear. Plus -- and perhaps most importantly -- where tea products can sell without images of tea leaves on the label few juice products sell well without images of fruit on the label. Again, as mentioned in the Lemonade and Tea review, Harney & Sons should differentiate their juice line from their tea line -- and this would be a great way to do it.
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