Light Breakfast Boost (formerly Breakfast Boost)

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  • “Ashmanra’s sipdown challenge – March 2024 Tea #4 – A breakfast tea Never could tell why this was a “breakfast tea”.  But now in my scoop, I’m seeing tiny pieces of something… I wonder if whatever...” Read full tasting note
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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

This blend has so much going for it we don’t know where to start! Our first blend ever to use ashwagandha, nicknamed the king of Ayurvedic herbs, it has been used for centuries to fight stress & anxiety as well as boosting brain power! Then you have not one, but two more superfood brain & body boosting ingredients – cocoa & guarana, to make sure you kick the day off right! Oh, and if you love Genmaicha… this one is a must!

Ingredients: Toasted Rice, Cocoa Shells, Cocoa Nibs, Coffee Beans, Ashwagandha, Guarana Seeds

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Ashmanra’s sipdown challenge – March 2024 Tea #4 – A breakfast tea

Never could tell why this was a “breakfast tea”.  But now in my scoop, I’m seeing tiny pieces of something… I wonder if whatever that is contains caffeine? Maybe the Ashwagandha or Gurana? And maybe I didn’t get these tiny particles in a scoop previously and just had the bigger pieces in the infuser? I think it’s hilarious they changed the name of the blend to LIGHT breakfast boost. Still ain’t a breakfast blend IMO! Helpful tasting note, I know.

Album: Tiny Ruins – Ceremony
Song: In Light of Everything https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAvaiIoMnXE

Roswell Strange

Guarana is often considered a stimulant, and is one of the main ingredients in energy drinks like Redbull.

Kaylee

Yup, guarana extract is a major ingredient in Bawls soda, which we drank an unhealthy amount of in high school (I mean, it also has a lot of sugar and added caffeine, so it’s honestly a marvel any of us are still here).

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