I was sent a package of Sun Chlorella products by the company to review on my website. In this package was a generous supply of wild sun eleuthero tea. I have not tried the tea yet because the smell is a bit unappealing. Now to be fair, the smell of my B vitamins is very unappealing but I take them anyway because I need them and they give me energy. So that being said, I’m going to brew a pot of this tea iced because it’s way too hot for anything else today and I’ll add my tasting notes later.

There is one other tea on Steepster that lists sun eleuthero as an ingredient, but that tea also lists other herbs and such that I suspect help the flavor of the tea. This tea is straight sun eleuthero leaves. Yish…

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I’m an animal loving vegan foodie, and a card carrying tea fanatic! Didn’t you get your card?

I typically drink my black tea with a splash of almond or coconut cream and a dash of turbinado sugar or stevia. My green teas I typically drink straight, and the same goes for most of my other teas with an occasional exception. I live on the edge!

Please check out my website Cookin’ Vegan at www.cookinvegan.com if you’re hungry.

I’m also a bit of a knitwit. I have an Etsy shop where I sell pretty little knitted and knitting accessories called Baubles 4 Knitwits at www.Baubles4Knitwits.etsy.com.

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But enough about me…


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