Aloe Serenity

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Description: ML Aloe Serenity green tea blends chinese green tea leaves with inulin, rose petals and calming aloe for an antioxidant-rich infusion that aids digestion.

Ingredients: Green tea, aloe vera (aloe vera, sugar, acidifier: citric acid), inulin powder, rose petals, natural flavors

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Mighty Leaf Tea was born for the sole purpose of infusing life into an ancient indulgence by creating tea products that reach new heights of quality and innovation. Our passion is creating the most incredible handcrafted tea blends found anywhere, globally sourcing the finest ingredients available. Paralleling the highest standards of quality at Mighty Leaf Tea is ongoing creative innovation.

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My 1st Mighty Leaf loose tea! And what a unique tea at that… A friend from Prayer and Share was telling about her and her husband’s cruise to Aruba and their trip to an aloe plantation and that reminded me that I had this!

The only experience I’ve had w/ injesting aloe is aloe juice. And it’s grrrooossss- and the thick texture doesn’t help.

1/2TB of leaf per 6oz of water. Hot and clean.

Another pretty tea to watch! The aloe and rose make the green tea not just a typical green tea. Once steeped, the liquor is a golden color.

The aroma is that of the raw leaf- floral, sweet, vegetal, and something else… the aloe I’m sure.

Yay! The flavor is exactly what I expected based on the aroma of both the raw and steeped leaf. The light floral notes and vegetalness from the green tea blend well (thank God) w/ the aloe which is sweet… but not a fruity or honey like sweetness. The texture is smooth, but the mouth feel is a little different… thicker. Will definitely be buying this!

The liquor

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

I do love this tea – and I am not a big green fan (but i also adore aloe drink)


I totally got distracted talking to my someone special and trying to identify 2 mystery teas, but I’m back to drinking it. 2nd infusion, 4 min. The liquor is ever so slightly lighter, but the aroma is not. The flavor is brothy, sweet and brothy. Unfortunately the floral aspect is gone, but it’s a very good cuppa- just different.


3rd infusion while watching Biggest Loser, 5 min. Liquor is the same, aroma is a bit lighter though. Flavor is just the slightest lighter as well, still sweet and brothy.


This sounds really good!

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I actually forgot I had this until this morning while looking around in my tea cabinets. I know that isn’t exactly a ringing endorsement of this tea but I do have a lot of stuff!

This is kind of a curious blend. It contains aloe for digestion and inulin – I had to look that up. The inulin is a polysaccharide which is slightly sweet and is also supposed to increase bacterial flora.

So anyway, this is obviously meant to be a theraputic-esque tea but it doesn’t taste too bad either. The chinese green tea is mild (I believe it may be a dragonwell) and I don’t mind the taste of aloe. If you’ve never had it before you might find it a bit weird. There is a nice touch of sweetness here and the rose petals are not too numerous, just enough to add a touch of floral. I rather like this. I might have to try it iced.

As for the other ingredients: natural flavoring, who knows what that means and there is sugar in here as well.

160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 15 sec

I saw this on their Web site and was curious…how does the Aloe taste? I can’t get past the whole, aloe-is-in-lotions; you’re-not-supposed-to-eat-lotion effect.


Have you ever had aloe juice? It’s really fairly benign in my opinion. Reminds me a bit of cucumber.


ooh, sounds good. I’ll have to start there and work my way up to aloe tea! ;) Thanks for the suggestion!

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Amount: 3 teaspoons
Additives: none
Water: 170 degrees, 1 teapot full, filtered water
Steep Time: a little over 1-2 minutes
Served: Hot

Notes: Adding german rock sugar, 1 scoop, brought of floral flavors and smoothed the grassy flavor. 2 minutes seems the better time, although the package suggests 3 and we will have to try that next time. Speaking of the packaging the round Mighty Leaf tin should be avoided, I found it hard to grab without having the top decorative cover come off (not the actual lid keeping the leaves in), as you must grab the bottom to avoid this. Also the metal fitted top lid that keeps the tea leaves in was hard for me to open without spilling leaves. I recommend this tea as it was a great green tea, however don’t get the decorative Mighty Leaf round tin.

Smell: floral, Aloe, and sweet vegetation
Flavor: soft green tea, a bit grassier on the 2 min brew
Body: light
Aftertaste: none
Liquor: mostly clear with a hint of green cloudy as it brewed longer

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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