Another tea I had while sick. (Well… I’m actually still sick but much less so, and no longer trying to drink teas with honey.) I find this delightfully fruity (pineapple heavy) and almost want to pick more up.
“Another tea I had while sick. (Well… I’m actually still sick but much less so, and no longer trying to drink teas with honey.) I find this delightfully fruity (pineapple heavy) and almost want to...” Read full tasting note
“Next up in the new Wellness Collection! Firstly; I hate this name. Not sure exactly why I hate it, but I just think it sounds awful. As far as what the Wellness benefits are, this is supposed to be...” Read full tasting note
When cold season attacks, defend yourself with this revitalizing echinacea green tea. It’s fruity, energizing and overflowing with popular immune-boosting ingredients we love – from antioxidant-rich berries like goji and elderberries to natural cold-fighting staples like echinacea and ginseng. With this powerhouse green tea in your arsenal, cold season doesn’t stand a chance.
Green tea, Rosehips, Candied pineapple (pineapple, sugar), Elderberries, Sage leaves, Goji berries, Echinacea, Raspberries, Ginseng, Natural mango and berry flavouring.
How it tastes
Fruity and lively, with a subtle freshness
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EchinaceaHiggins & Burke
Echinacea + RaspberryBiofarm, Croatia
Next up in the new Wellness Collection!
Firstly; I hate this name. Not sure exactly why I hate it, but I just think it sounds awful. As far as what the Wellness benefits are, this is supposed to be energizing and good for immunity (AKA good for Cold Season!?). I think the ingredients that contribute to that are the Echinacea, sage, ginseng, and goji berries? Don’t quote me on that though – wellness isn’t my strong suit!
Taste wise, this really isn’t my favourite – but I think I appreciate it for being different!? I don’t really know exactly what echinacea is supposed to taste like, but I find this tea is fairly savory and herbaceous overall. I think you can taste the sage pretty distinctly – more than in Lemon Smash (our other tea w/ Sage) IMO. Maybe just a little bit bitter!? You also get a bit of sweetness from ginseng but as anyone who has had a Ginseng tea before knows it’s a pretty distinct sweetness. Aside from that stronger savory/herby note there’s also a tiny bit of sweetness coming from a raspberry note along with a touch of a generic tropical fruit. It’s not primarily a fruity tea though. In terms of mouthfeel, it’s a little bit astringent/drying.
It’s probably my least favourite of the collection, and in general not a flavour profile that I overly love but I can appreciate it for being a bit more complex and nuanced and like I mentioned w/ Peachy Clean I think it’s important to have more teas in the line up that aren’t super intensely flavoured and in your face, and I think the complex flavour profile and nuances of this blend fall into that. So yeah; not my favourite tea but I respect it! I think there’s probably going to be a demo of people who respond really well to this tea.
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