Sacred Blossom FarmEdit Company
Recent Tasting Notes
This is my “Health” tea for one of the April Sipdown teas. Contains ingredients that have been historically used to alleviate symptoms but claims have not be validated by the FDA for accuracy. That being said this is a “health” tea, and a decent quality for being able to find it at my local co-op grocery store. The size of the leaves are very voluminous and fresh smelling, much nicer in comparison to a few leafy herbals, I have had in the past —some loose leaf and definitely the ones in tea bags. The company’s teas are grown in Wisconsin so much more local than most teas I buy.
Tasting Note: So I don’t have enough experience tasting herbs separately to give the best description of this but I will do my best. The best aspect of this is the chocolate mint, it reminds me of Andee’s Mint chocolate. Other than that I think I get some milk texture from the milk oats and an earthy taste from the beet root. There is a slight fruitness from the raspberry leaf and apple but not enough to be in conflict with the chocolate mint. I don’t normally love peppermint on it’s own but the chocolatiness from this variety is much more palatable to me. It’s a nice pick-me-up for the evening, without the caffeine.
Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Earth, Milky, Mint