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Passenger Coffee

Last Updated: Nov. 10, 2017

About Passenger Coffee

Passenger Coffee is a coffee roaster located in Lancaster, PA. Although it focuses on coffee, the company also sells single-origin loose-leaf tea under its own brand. Its teas are available for sale through their website, and are also served in some local cafes, including Copper Cup.

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Alex Zorach
(1448 reviews)
82 / 100
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Another tea I ordered at Copper Cup in Lancaster, PA.

Rich and malty, full-bodied, but not overly tannic, with just the right amount of body and fruit. Aroma of malt and dried fruit. I find Kandy tends to produce teas that have a classic British character, and this tea is no tended a little more tow...

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96 / 100
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Yunnan Silver Needles

Style: Silver Needle – Region: Yunnan, China
Nov. 7th, 2017

This tea was served at Copper Cup coffee shop in Lancaster, PA. Prior to that, I hadn't even heard of Passenger Coffee, and this tea really blew me away; I thought it exceptional.

I tend not to like silver needle white teas because they're often a bit too subtle (or, put less diplomatically, bland or weak) for me, ...

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Style:Silver Needle
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English Breakfast - Ceylon OP

Style:English Breakfast
Region:Kandy, Sri Lanka
1 Rating

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