Fire Ginseng

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Earth, Licorice
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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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This herbal blend is a sweet, spicy and energizing composition of Korean red ginseng roots and other botanicals that boost stamina and invigorate without a trace of caffeine. Fire Ginseng has a rich and sweet ginseng flavored infusion with spicy notes of cinnamon, black pepper and orange zest.

Water: 212°F / Boiling / Leaves: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces / Infusion Time: 4–5 minutes / Ingredients: Organic red ginseng, organic cinnamon, organic ginger, organic orange peel, organic star anise, organic licorice root, organic black pepper, natural essential oils of cassia and orange. / Origin: Rishi Blend.

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Rishi Tea specializes in sourcing the most rarefied teas and botanical ingredients from exotic origins around the globe. This forms a palette from which we craft original blends inspired by equal parts ancient herbal wisdom and modern culinary innovation. Discover new tastes and join us on our journey to leave ‘No Leaf Unturned’.

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good morning tea world!
this is one of those teas that smells slightly off putting to me, but when i drink it i’m warmed and happy. it’s not fruity but it’s still wonderfully delicately sweet.
a nice choice for a cold monday morning.
there is a lot of construction in my house. and so we don’t have a kitchen. and so i can’t make my green breakfast smoothies. and so my house is a bit cold. and so ginseng’s got my back.

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Warm & Soothing on the way down. I’m impressed how they came up with this blend. Would go well with a campfire and cold weather.


I did it, drank it fireside! Nice…

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I wasn’t expecting to like this tea too much; the loose leaf blend smelled spicy in a way that made me cautious – it smelled almost sharp. However, the anise comes out well once brewed, and there is little initial sharpness, just a pleasant, smooth licorice flavor (and a slight anise aroma as well).

The more I drank the more I could ascertain the pepper, which was subtle and a nice contrast. Not my favorite tea, and I’m not sure I’d order it again (not a big fan of spicy tea), but a pleasant surprise.

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I have a cupboard full of fruit teas so I decided to try something different this time. This ginseng tea is sweet and warm. Not quite honey sweet but closer to licorice. I taste an earthy undertone, especially when it cools down. I guess that’s the ginseng I’m tasting. Very interesting.

Flavors: Earth, Licorice

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The most excellent aspect of this beauteous tea is the black pepper, which adds a savoury spice to the already sweet and aromatic spice of the cloves and star anise that finds an exotic home within this wonderful blend. Try it iced on a hot day, the flavour intricately changes and invigorates and excites when the excessive temperatures invoke fatigue.

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