I’m a newbie tea drinker (especially to herbal teas), but I really enjoyed this tea. The licorice root was pretty incredible – such a lovely, sweet aftertaste, nothing like licorice-flavoured lollies.
“I’m a newbie tea drinker (especially to herbal teas), but I really enjoyed this tea. The licorice root was pretty incredible – such a lovely, sweet aftertaste, nothing like licorice-flavoured lollies.” Read full tasting note
“I’m not always a huge fan of digestive and minty teas, but this one is pleasant and family members of all ages adore it. It’s very pleasant after a meal or just by itself.” Read full tasting note
“My second sipdown from the T2 herbal sampler. I actually woke up this morning with my stomach feeling a bit woozy, so I either have a headache coming on or ate something weird before bed that I no...” Read full tasting note
“Lovely minty tea with a hint of liquorice root. Becomes sweeter the longer it is brewed.” Read full tasting note
An infusion to soothe and ease a sensitive stomach. A peppermint base with earthy liquorice root, aromatic fennel and marigold petals produces a light and bright infusion. Fresh and minty flavours play with sweet liquorice to finish. A medium-bodied digestive with soothing flavour that doesn’t overwhelm.
Ingredients: Peppermint, liquorice root, fennel, marigold petals
Brewing Guide: 1 tsp per cup, 3-5 minutes steep time, 100 degree C (212 degree F) water
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My second sipdown from the T2 herbal sampler. I actually woke up this morning with my stomach feeling a bit woozy, so I either have a headache coming on or ate something weird before bed that I no longer remember. With me, either is likely, heh.
This is a very minty tea, with a lot of sweet licorice root in the finish. To me it tastes just like TeaSource’s Margaret’s Soother tea, although it lacks the pizazz the clove adds to that blend. It is light and soothing and would work equally well on a sore throat with its combination of peppermint and licorice root, but for nausea, I think I’ll still reach for my peppermint/ginger blend. This blend tastes fine, but it doesn’t taste or do anything that I don’t already have covered by another tea blend, so ultimately it is a bit superfluous to me.
Flavors: Licorice, Mint, Sweet
This tea is great for digestion, headaches or after you’ve had a big meal and reaaaaaly want a tea but know you won’t be able to handle anything too heavy! I am not usually a liquorish root fan but mixed with the peppermint and fennel it works really nicely. I like to have this tea quite weak as I do find the recommended brew time of 4/5 minutes to be too overpowering. However, I know a lot of people who do enjoy its strength!
Flavors: Earth, Fennel Seed, Licorice, Mint, Peppermint, Sweet
Ermagawd this tea is so ahmazing! You get the hot tea taste at first, then you get a massive, cooling minty taste and feel in your mouth, and when you’ve swallowed it all, it has an amazing, sugary aftertaste from those calendula flowers! Argh it’s so complex and beautiful!!
The licorice root in this is amazing – it doesn’t taste like licorice candies, there’s just a very smooth and sweet general flavour and aftertaste. It’s definitely not overpowering, and the fennel seeds and peppermint help balance out the sweetness with freshness.
I tried it iced in the store and was sold, it’s just as yummy hot – better, even, as when cold the peppermint harked back to mouthwash a little bit(!).