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I think I heard about this tea on Tea Leaf Project? It sounded interesting and they offer samples for $0.99 so I figured I would give it a try.
I actually had it hot yesterday, and while I enjoyed the flavor, the ginseng made it too sweet for me, so I decided to cold brew the last teabag overnight. The flavor reminds me of that bottled Brisk iced tea with lemon, but with ginseng sweetness instead of sugar. It has a sweet lemony note with a bit of tea in the background (a mix of black, green, and maté). The ginseng adds a licorice root-esque sweetness at the end of the sip, and a refreshing minerality.
I’m glad to have tried it, but it’s still a bit sweet for me, even when diluted to one teabag per 16 ounces of water.
Flavors: Artificial, Candy, Ginseng, Herbaceous, Lemon, Mineral, Smooth, Spring Water, Sweet, Tea
Trying to recover from a long day of paddling on a lake. I must not have drank enough water, because I had a headache and just felt sleepy and stupid afterwards. 12 hrs later I am rested but still sore and mentally tired :-/ had a great day in a beautiful place though!
Feeling lethargic, swollen glands, etc. This is the first tea I thought of that had vitamin C, and supposed energy boosters, so I went for it with breakfast.
shrug I’ve been drinking more tea in the past couple days. I really didn’t feel better until after the Green Monster Matcha smoothie this afternoon. Coincidence, maybe. But spinach, matcha, banana, and yogurt are all good for you and can’t hurt!
I ordered one of SPORTea’s first time customer deals and LOVED it. Then I got an email telling me that they are having a promotion right now for a FREE nalgene bottle which is ironic because that is how I make SPORTea. I put one of their big cold brew bags in my full nalgene, pop it is the fridge and 4 hours later (or overnight) I have a full quart of a delicious beverage that is 100% guilt free!