Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Cardamom, Cinnamon, Ginger, Licorice, Rose Petals
Flavors
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 273 ml

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  • “What to expect? Answer is there: “Time to chill…steep and sip a delicious combo of organic cardamon and spices” Need to chill, tomorrow an exam (I have not looked at it at all, probably too busy...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Holy fresh green cardamom. Fresh and in my face. You’ll like this if you like cardamom. I do. This spice tea also contains licorice, ginger, cinnamon and cabbage rose petals. I can pick up on...” Read full tasting note
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From maharishi ayurveda

Chill out!
A delicious combination of fragrant rose petals and refreshing spices, Organic Pitta Tea is the perfect answer when you’re feeling intense or frustrated. Drunk warm or cool, it helps cool down your mind, body and emotions. Now certified organic.

Spice Wise
Spices are ingredients in many synergistic ayurvedic herbal formulations, and an ayurvedic expert, when giving you advice, is as likely to recommend specific spices to include in your diet as to suggest herbal supplements for you to take.

Rose petals are considered cooling in ayurveda, helping to pacify Pitta dosha.
Licorice contributes the sweet taste, useful for pacifying Pitta.
Cardamom is considered an excellent digestive, especially beneficial for bloating and intestinal gas.
Ginger is a zesty spice useful in aiding digestion, promoting appetite and helping with occasional stomach discomfort.
In ayurveda, cinnamon is used to balance the digestion and can also help with occasional stomach discomfort.

Ingredients: organic cardamom (fruit), organic licorice (root), organic ginger (rhizome), organic cinnamon (bark), organic cabbage rose (petal).

Suggested Use: Place one tea bag in one cup of boiling water and steep for 2-5 minutes. Enjoy with lemon, sweetener or milk to taste.

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2 Tasting Notes

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270 tasting notes

What to expect?
Answer is there: “Time to chill…steep and sip a delicious combo of organic cardamon and spices”

Need to chill, tomorrow an exam (I have not looked at it at all, probably too busy with tea reviews). Fundamentals of physics, it should not be so hard. And tomorrow till 5 am (Friday) in part time job. Well, poor student needs money for more tea.

Anyway, this herbal blend smells very nice when dry. I do not have much experience with main ingredient (cardamom). When it is steeped, it does not have so nice aroma, but still it is pleasant. Bit of licorce for sure in aroma, bit of ginger. Cinnamon and rose is not much present.

Colour of liquor is (hard to say, as it is in mug), golden, maybe bit green. But certainly clear. It looks so promising.

In taste? I do not know, probably strongly cardamom, bit like lemon(grass). Smooth. Easy drinking. Enjoyable; there are no bad notes. Ginger is weak, so no stingy taste. Good…

Whoa. That was nice blend. Now, quick shower and probably bed. Tomorrow is going to be long day; so if you do not see my reviews for for two days, I am sleeping. Or dead. Or I have not got any tea. Who knows. Thank you derk for one tea bag.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 250 ML
haptiK

ooh cardamon is nice!

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Holy fresh green cardamom. Fresh and in my face. You’ll like this if you like cardamom. I do. This spice tea also contains licorice, ginger, cinnamon and cabbage rose petals. I can pick up on the ginger in the scent of the dry bag as well as in the taste and slight warming sensation. The cinnamon has a faint presence in the aroma of the brewed tea. Licorice gives it a light sweetness and is done well, not overpowering at all. Maybe like adding half a teaspoon of honey. I can’t pick up on the rose. But yeah, clearly cardamom and quite cooling. I’d like to try it cold-brewed.

I bought this at the co-op so it might be available in various health food stores and probably some South Asian markets.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 295 ML

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