Lemongrass & Ginger

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Ginger, Lemongrass
Flavors
Citrus, Ginger, Herbaceous, Hot hay, Lemongrass
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 30 sec 5 g 17 oz / 500 ml

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Bright lemongrass joined by ginger’s spice creates a harmonious blend of freshness and warmth in a deliciously well-balanced fashion. Cool lemongrass brings a zesty zing which is followed by the warming spice of ginger. An uplifting infusion for the morning providing gentle warmth. Delicious during the day through to night.

Ingredients: Lemongrass, ginger

Brewing Guide: 1 tsp per cup, 100C/212F, 3-5 min.

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I bought this one about 3 months ago when I got sick with the first flu of the season (in April, yes, my immune system plots against me!). I had cups and cups of it with dollops of leatherwood honey. Just wonderful for blocked sinuses and a dry, sore throat.

I’ve given this a high rating not because I love the flavours necessarily, but because as a cold and flu tea is very effective.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Hahahaha I absolutely have another cold virus. Just put me out of my misery, please. I’ve even had to take a Sunday off work and I NEVER do that because $$$. Crying.

Nattie

Feel better! Everyone seems to be dropping like flies atm

Memily

I’m even in a different hemisphere and it’s still happening! It’s bloody summer down here! Having said that, it’s snowing in my state today. The world’s gone mad.

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Sampler Sunday! I know I haven’t posted on here in a while, and at least a few of you have messaged me asking about that… I’m around, I’ve just been overwhelmed with things right now, fighting depression, crushed under stress, and honestly as a culmination of those things, haven’t really been “into” my tea hobby much. Some days I’ve just been quietly working on my sipdowns in the background, while others I haven’t even had the energy or desire to get the kettle going. I haven’t really tried anything “new” that would necessitate having to write up a tasting note, and I am so behind on reading tasting notes on here. Pages and pages behind. I’m slowly trying to catch back up, but it’ll take a while. Have patience.

I have a migraine today, which started yesterday at work, and there was nothing I could do but continue my shift, so by the end of that shift I thought I was going to die and collapsed into my bed by the time I got home. This morning the pain is still there (and just swapped lobes of my head, a common pattern I have). It isn’t quite as bad as yesterday so I tried to Get Shit Done™ but after I finished my dishes, that just made it flare up horribly. So it’ll probably be another day resigned to bed. But I’m going to try to get a cup of tea in for breakfast first. It seems I’ve already cleared out most of my mint, but I found this ginger one, which is also quite stomach calming for me… and I’ve had an IBS flare-up now that hasn’t stopped for about two weeks straight, so if it could help that little problem at all, double-win? (I bet that is stress/depression induced as well. Yay).

This is definitely not my favorite lemon ginger tea I’ve tried, but that’s probably since it’s lemongrass-based, which is my least favorite of the citrus herbs. It’s just a little more hay-like in the flavor than having a nice citrusy flavor, but I guess on the plus side, there isn’t some weird artificial flavoring in there that tastes like furniture polish, either. I was expecting the ginger to be pretty strong and honestly, I wouldn’t even mind right now, since I know my body needs it, but it actually isn’t burning my mouth off or anything. I can certainly taste a nice gingery presence in the flavor, but it isn’t giving off any unpleasant heat.

This definitely would not be my choice of a lemon ginger tea for my cupboard, but this was just one of the mighty T2 sampler stash of 2017 that needed used up, and it’s getting the job done on a day I need some calming ginger in my tummy.

Flavors: Citrus, Ginger, Herbaceous, Hot hay, Lemongrass

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 5 g 17 OZ / 500 ML
tea-sipper

I can’t imagine trying to Get Shit Done with those migraines. :/

Shanie O Maniac

Oh geez, that’s a ton to deal with all at once. I feel for you. Sending good vibes.

Kittenna

Hope things turn around for you soon! <3

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Tried this tea hot & cold, and iced is the only way to go. I found it really quite medicinal when served hot, but as an iced tea it really is delicious and refreshing.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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beelicious sent this one my way and i was happy to see it. I love me some ginger! My only complaint about this one, was that it could have used even more ginger. But the balance between the lemongrass and ginger made for a tasty brew. I’m a fan :)

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