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The dry bag had the typical sweet linden aroma. A pour of boiling water revealed nothing of substance. If anything, this served as a reminder to keep a high quality linden permanently stocked. I believe it and a strong peppermint to be my herbal panaceae.
Flavors: Dust, Earth, Flowers
If you like bitter tastes, then this is the tea for you. I did not like this tea in the least! It was unbearably bitter. I put 3tbsp of honey and it did absolutely no good. I really don’t have much to say about the taste other than ICK! I know that aloe and cactus have great properties for skin, hair and immune system, but I think I will stick to ingesting aloe through delicious jellies.
Yesterday I was under the weather, however towards 6pm or so I began to feel the dreaded scratch at the back of my throat. It progressed throughout the night and I knew that I was catching a cold. I took immediate action. I made this brand of peppermint tea for the first time. It was very strong in smell when I opened the box. It needed to steep longer than my usual brand but the taste was perfect. I fea little better but not like I would with my usual brand
This smells quite strongly of valerian when you open the packet, so be warned, although the taste comes through less strongly as it steeps and the other flavors come out. It’s minty/floral but not overpowering, with an earthy undertone from the valerian, and is slightly sweet all on its own. It’s quite a nice tasting mix, and I like that it has valerian and linden, both of which help me sleep.
Chamomile isn’t exactly my go-to, but every now and then it’s nice to have. Today’s cup turned out better than expected. It’s sweet and takes the honey so well. I don’t taste the honey flavor, but it really brings out the taste of the chamomile. Honeysuckle comes to mind.
Flavors: Honeysuckle, Sweet
I thought I had reviewed or tried this one before but I must not have logged it here. After opening the packet and seeing the teabag, I realized that I haven’t tried this one after all.
This chamomile smells and tastes strong. There’s not much else to say. It’s basically extra strength chamomile. I’m not sure I like it so much as others I’ve tried.
When my husband brought this home for me a few months ago, I was completely skeptical. Sometimes I wonder if he’ll ever understand that I like tea, but not every bagged tea is worth bringing home. Luckily, he did a pretty good job getting this one. It is surprisingly light, not bitter, and tasty. The addition of stevia, which I’m usually not a fan of, really helps this tea to be just right without anything else. I didn’t think I would drink it often, but I realized tonight that I’m down to only one more bag. I may just have to restock this – I love easy options after a long day dealing with 6 year-olds.
mrawlins2 gave me three bags to try. OMG, they are so full of orange goodness you would swear you were eating a mandarin orange!
Tart in a good way & spicey. Makes me think about fall spices…nutmeg comes to mind. None of the bitterness you sometimes get with green teas.
This one is a keeper:)