Hangover Helper

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Black Pepper, Blackberry Leaves, Burdock, Cardamon Seed, Cinnamon Pieces, Cloves, Ginger Pieces, Lemongrass, Natural Flavours, Organic Echinacea, Peppermint, Rose Hips, Spearmint
Lemongrass, Spearmint
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Caffeine Free
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From Dollar Tea Club

Hydration for those rough mornings can be enjoyed with this energy restoring blend.
The ingredients in this tea are common remedies for headaches and stomach pain.

This product may contain traces of almonds and nuts.

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I should have actually read the ingredients. The first swallow was all pepper! Yuck! I am starting to rethink my subscription to dollar tea club. I still haven’t gotten one i like

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H is for…Hangover Helper

This would have been a sipdown except my April Dollar Tea Club sub arrived and it had this tea in it again. That said, I am counting it as a tea empty for my empties photo on Instagram at the end of the month.

I brewed up a hot cup but also saved a serving to make as a cold brew for later. I will review that when I try it. As for the hot cup, I don’t love this. It’s a tomato tea but with typical chai spices but then also hibiscus. I think the goal is to be like a ceasar and then its the idea of a little hair of the dog. That said, the part that’s offensive here is the hibiscus which seems out of place. The rest isn’t bad. The ginger is strong – which makes sense given a main issue for many with hangovers is nausea and ginger helps settle the stomach. There is actually a distinctly tomato note but the hibiscus distracts from it slightly by being tart against the more sweet/savory elements of the tomato. The pepper also stands out, especially hitting at the back of your throat.


tomato and hibiscus? oh no

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There was just way too much going on with this tea, I didn’t like it. One minute it was sweet, the next it was minty, then it was citrus. I poured it out. Blegh.

Flavors: Lemongrass, Spearmint

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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