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Herbal Rooibos Blend
Blackberry Leaves, Ginger Root, Lemongrass, Orange Flavoring, Orange Leaves, Orange Peel, Rooibos
Citrus, Herbs, Musty, Orange, Orange Zest
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Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 3 g 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I got a sample offical packed by Basilur itself and it’s from Izzy again. The sample has BB date 22/02/2020 (DD/MM/YYYY) which is almost 10 months past, but I think there is nothing what could go...” Read full tasting note

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HERBAL MORINGA TEA – This is an exotic blend of moringa leaves, orange and ginger, giving it a perfect balance of flavours and nutrients. Moringa is rich in anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory properties and has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that fight infections.

Each sip will transport you to a serene and peaceful place of your own. This natural herb infusion is ideal to be enjoyed mid-day or post-meal.

Ingredients: Natural moringa, orange and blackberry leaves, ginger root, lemongrass, orange peel, rooibos, and flavor orange

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I got a sample offical packed by Basilur itself and it’s from Izzy again. The sample has BB date 22/02/2020 (DD/MM/YYYY) which is almost 10 months past, but I think there is nothing what could go wrong in sealed small sample and leaves and everything seemed okay, so I decided to brew it.

I am pretty much sure I tried moringa before, but can’t recall, moreover it seems this is a blend. I don’t see any rusty rooibos pieces, so maybe they used green one? I see lemongrass and leaves, not sure if only moringa, or as well blackberry which should be in. Also not sure about ginger in, but I just don’t think it’s pure moringa.

The aroma of dry stuff is mostly on orange/herbal note. I used approximately bit over the half, so I think it could be around 3 grams. They recommend 2 grams, and 5-7 minutes long steep. I thought that four would be just right, as it got correct colour in my opinion and smell was already quite heavy.

In the aroma I do notice the orange quite clearly. Then some herbal and musty note, but certainly not awful. There is a lemongrass for sure as well I think!

Oh my… the orange is even in the flavour! It’s not even much musty as I was afraid of. Actually not at all, at least in taste! There is another citrusy feel from lemongrass. There is as well aftertaste of Jaffa cakes with orange flavour, and I can’t really find out why. The cup was cleaned. I had used that strainer for Passion Fruit (Advent tea) before, but was washed afterwards and I make sure there is not single forgetten leaf that would contamine the flavour.

There is not a mouth-coating quality. There is not long aftertaste. But flavour itself? Wow! I wasn’t expecting that. I just hope that pyramid sachets (available on Amazon btw) are in same great quality as my loose leaf sample.

Flavors: Citrus, Herbs, Musty, Orange, Orange Zest

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 3 g 10 OZ / 300 ML
White Antlers

Martin I am sure there was very little pure moringa in this. I was using/drinking straight moringa powder last year for health issues. Believe me, it tastes like pond scum.

Martin Bednář

I don’t mind that at all White Antlers. This tea surprised me a lot and honestly I am thinking getting one box. Maybe after holidays.

White Antlers

I know you are an adventurer Martin but it sounds like your tea tasted GOOD, not like something stagnant from out in the woods. As I said, I bet the amount of moringa in the blend was low. The stuff is good for your health, but the taste is enough to keep most people far away. And remember, I am talking about the pure powder, not a blend.

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