Evening in Missoula

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  • “April Sipdown Alphabet Challenge: “E” Tea Quick little write up more next time though. This smells just like rootbeer before steeping I can’t stop sniffing it. Once steeped it definitely is a lot...” Read full tasting note
  • “Cold Brew! Decided to give this one another go, even though it lost its bracket in my sipdown tournament. I think it’s much better suited to this form of preperation, and I completely see the root...” Read full tasting note

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This herbal blend is a wild and one of a kind concoction you won’t soon forget. Many ingredients combine to create the unmistakable scent and flavor of root beer. A lovely herbal tea!

Ingredients: Chamomile, rosehips, raspberry leaf, papaya leaf, peppermint, spearmint, blackberry leaf, passion flower, red clover, star anise, wild cherry bark, lemon peel, wintergreen, lavender, stevia, vanilla extract, wintergreen extract.

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April Sipdown Alphabet Challenge: “E” Tea
Quick little write up more next time though.
This smells just like rootbeer before steeping I can’t stop sniffing it. Once steeped it definitely is a lot more of an herbal rootbeer flavor and with chamomile. It’s good but not as good as it smelled. I still will be playing around with it and really enjoying my pouch of this.

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Cold Brew!

Decided to give this one another go, even though it lost its bracket in my sipdown tournament. I think it’s much better suited to this form of preperation, and I completely see the root beer comparison that Mastress Alita made. In fact, root beer was practically all I could taste: just this wonderful translation of the wintergreen, sassafras and other ingredients in the blend.

Dangerously enjoyable with this method!

Tiffany :)

Hmm. I love rootbeer and I love wintergreen. Even though the first ingredient is “Chamomile” and one the last in the long list is “stevia” (and those two are the bain of my existence) I may just have to see if this company does samples…

Mastress Alita

I loathe chamomile and don’t taste it in the blend at all.

Roswell Strange

I tasted the chamomile hot, but not at all cold brewed.

Mastress Alita

Even hot I don’t taste it. I just taste hot rootbeer, heh.

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