Nip's Tea

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  • “Sipdown (2164)! I got this tea in a sampler from Flyest and, true story, I put off trying it because I thought it was intended to be a lactation blend. When I did try it, I was pleasantly...” Read full tasting note
  • “Was super glad to pick up a sampler from Flyest when they were available a month or two ago before promptly selling out. The up side of samplers is not getting stuck with a lot of a tea you don’t...” Read full tasting note
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This one is for Nipsey Hussle. A man who invested in his community and from all the way in Cali taught our founder many principles of business. An entrepreneur who believed that he had the power to shape a new majority in America…one that we agree with, one that we work to shape.

Just what you need to continue the race and stay energized through the day. The marathon continues.

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Sipdown (2164)!

I got this tea in a sampler from Flyest and, true story, I put off trying it because I thought it was intended to be a lactation blend. When I did try it, I was pleasantly surprised. It’s kind of pithy, medicinal and a bit bitter but also very soothing and warming. The combination of ginger, cinnamon, orange and lemon wasn’t necessarily “innovative” but it was just kind of feel good in the right way where it seemed, as I drank the tea, like I was doing something kind for my soul.

Kaylee

I mean… that’s admittedly not a bad name for a lactation blend.

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Was super glad to pick up a sampler from Flyest when they were available a month or two ago before promptly selling out. The up side of samplers is not getting stuck with a lot of a tea you don’t like, but the down side is having a tragically small quantity if you do like it. Break out the Shakespeare, because this blend is both fantastic and a sipdown. The dominant flavors are pretty clearly the citrus – lemon and orange – but the ginger makes a brisk appearance mid-sip and the coriander lends a touch of spice. Absolutely fantastic, and since it’s an herbal I don’t have to worry about overdoing my caffeine intake.

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