Løv is Zen

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Citrus, Herbs, Lemongrass, Orange, Rooibos, Tangy, Caramel, Apple, Herbaceous, Lemon, Fruity
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine Free
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec 1 g 8 oz / 245 ml

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From Løv Organic

Made of rooibos, Løv is Zen is a delicious relaxing blend with a sweet taste of apple, orange and caramel.

- Rooibos is a South African plant which is naturally caffeine free meaning Løv is Zen can be consumed at any time of day or night to help you relax.
- Orange gives the blend a tangy flavour.
- Apple pieces and caramel sweeten the blend and give a warming and comforting sensation when drunk.

Løv is Zen can be delicious when served iced and without sugar and makes for the perfect drink to help you keep calm and find serenity.
Ingredients : Rooibos*, apple pieces*, lemon balm*, blackberry leaves*, natural orange and caramel flavours. * Organically grown ingredients

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I am trying to like Løv Organic’s teas, but it seems that all of their teas taste quite unconventional… I am not sure if it has anything to do with their organic nature. Though their herbal teas are supposed to be their signature blends, I have not yet tasted one that I really like :( This tea tastes more like a tisane than a rooibos. It’s light-bodied, with an undercurrent of zesty orange, apple and some herbal flavours. No sign of caramel, but it is very sweet indeed. If you like tisane you may find it ok… just not my cup of tea.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec

When I arrived in their shop, I also really wanted to like them.
However most of them were heavily spiced and did not really appeal to me. I bought the only one without a cloying spice scent and am wondering now whether I should throw the remainder of the pack away, as I do not enjoy drinking it.


You guys know Løv Organic is by the same people as Kusmi? Just mentioning it because the Lov tisanes I have had (just a couple) seem very similar to the Kusmi tisanes (And their detox, boost, whatever new teas lines). Not my cup of tea to be honest, though the tins do cause me to try to love those!


Thanks for sharing that Cteresa, I did not know.
It gives me one more reason to doubt my friend’s opinion on Kusmi Detox tea…


Yes cteresa I know it’s Kusmi’s sister label! That’s why I try so hard to love it because I am a fan of Kusmi (never tried their tisanes though)… :( and yeah, I am a sucker for packaging…

LaFleurBleue, I totally agree with you – it’s that spiciness that really bothers me. Even their black teas seem to have hints of spice or herbal flavours. Weird…


I am not a fan of Kusmi (though I am of their tins. sucker for packaging as well) so been pretty wary of Lov as well – but if you check the newer Kusmi teas (sweet love, detox, boost) it´s also of the same “philosophy”, often with spices like cinnamon or ginger or liquorice, random flowers, and other things.


Oh really… I have not tasted their newer teas either – their Russian teas are wonderful enough to turn me into their fan! :P After reading your comment, I am glad that the tins for the newer teas aren’t as lovely so I have never thought of buying them!

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2958 tasting notes

This is a weirdly named blend. When I think “zen” I think Asian flavours like bamboo, green tea, lemongrass, ginger, etc. This is a blend of rooibos, apple, orange, and lemon balm with hints of caramel (According to the package, I didn’t taste any caramel). That sounds more like a warming autumn or holiday blend to me.

I had this with soy milk, however I found it was too lemony (from the lemon balm) and orangey to have with milk. It was verging on tangy or acidic. Maybe it was because I was expecting a different flavour profile, but I found this blend quite disappointing and boring. It seemed unbalanced, however I need to try it plain before I make a final decision.

Flavors: Citrus, Herbs, Lemongrass, Orange, Rooibos, Tangy

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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836 tasting notes

Orange flavour is authentic and mixes well with the rooibos.

Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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661 tasting notes

Mmmm this one is tasty. It’s orange , caramel rooibos. It’s got a nice light sweetness and the caramel (or orange) isn’t overdone either. Orange is sometimes a hard one to get right in the teas. I’ve had some pretty bad teas with orange in them. Caramel is another thing I hate when it’s too sweet or overdone. There’s a good balance in this tea.

Flavors: Caramel, Orange

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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4034 tasting notes

Hooray for rooibos! Seriously though, for someone reason I’ve found myself liking rooibos (red and green) blends more and more lately. At this point I think I might even like straight rooibos, though I’ve never tried it. This one is a red rooibos tisane, and there are quite a few pieces of fruit mixed in along with some kind of crushed herbs. Dry scent is yummy sweet-tart orange and lemon along with some lovely caramel notes.

Mm, the steeped liquid also smells yummy and orange-y with some caramel. Yum, this is lightly flavored but very tasty. I can taste a bit of the rooibos, but it’s not medicinal or woody or anything like that, just a pleasant herbaceous note. There’s also sweet orange combined with lemon (I guess from the lemon balm) and some apple. Over the top of everything is a nice light caramel flavor, similar to a caramel sauce. Tasty!

Flavors: Apple, Caramel, Herbaceous, Lemon, Orange, Rooibos

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

rooibos…you can have all of it :)

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