Ugh; I deeply hate teas with names like this…
What makes it worse though is that the tea actually did taste really lovely, and could likely sell on that merit alone. I guess this feeds into the Wellness angle/market more though, which gives it an extra sales bump from the people who buy into those things/don’t care so much about the taste as they do the effect.
Basically just a nice marriage of mint and lemon though; the lemon was natural and had a hint of acidity and bitterness – like getting lemon juice alongside lemon peel. The mint was a mix of several kinds of mint, but the most forward one was spearmint. Definitely sweet, which offset any lemon bitterness. The choice of white tea for a base is interesting; you can’t taste it over the other strong flavours – but maybe it’s there more for that “wellness” angle, and at least by having it in there you can say that there’s some caffeine in the blend.
I don’t know – I enjoyed this one, though! Despite the dumb name.