38 Tasting Notes
Papaya leaf has some great health benefits, but the taste of this is hard to deal with. I love Celebration Herbals huge selection of organic, one-herb teas, but there are others that taste better and are also healthy so I probably wouldn’t buy this again.
Flavors: Hay, Plants
This tea doesn’t play around — every ingredient in it helps with digestion, from fennel to ginger, peppermint, licorice root, and anise. I don’t like the taste much (kind of bitter and heavy), but this tea is a great deal medicinally, especially for less than four bucks at Target.
Flavors: Anise, Ginger
I loved the idea of this, and while it did indeed have a “sugar cookie” taste, it was way too cloying for me. It almost tasted like drinking butter. However, the friend I tried it with enjoyed it, so I don’t think it’s inherently bad, just depends on your personal taste/preferences.
Flavors: Burnt Sugar, Sugar
Star anise is good for digestion and stomach upset, and this is packed full of it, seemingly with no other additives/ingredients. Each box only has ten tea bags, but the price is cheap enough to make it worth it. Tastes very strongly of licorice, which I don’t like, but still has that warm, soothing bright feeling that good teas do.
I don’t like the taste of this at all, but I don’t think that has anything to do with this brand/type but rather milk thistle tea in general. It’s very cloudy/milky, and not the most pleasant going down. (To me it tastes like ramen water before you add the flavor powder.) However, it has good health benefits, so if you’re drinking it solely for that reason it’s clearly strong in milk thistle.