Cordyceps Schisandra Mushroom Adaptogen

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Blackberry Leaves, Carob, Chicory Root, Cinnamon, Natural Flavours, Organic Schizandra Berry
Flavors
Chicory, Cinnamon, Medicinal, Bitter, Coffee, Earth, Mushrooms, Sweet, Wet Earth
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Vegan
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  • “Ha I have no idea what the name of this tea means, but I’m still working on the advent calendar from last year, and this was next. I definitely prefer the more desserty Teeccino flavors. This one...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Day 16 of the Teeccino advent calendar. This is better than I thought it would be. It’s still not something I’d voluntarily drink again, but I don’t want to pour it down the drain! I taste cinnamon...” Read full tasting note
  • “Hmmm, the first few sips were slightly cinnamon with chicory underneath. Not very sweet at all, there’s no dates in this Teeccino blend. The lingering aftertaste as it cools is medicinal like cough...” Read full tasting note
    46
  • “These are a little kooky, perhaps…. herbal/ mushroom tea that tastes like coffee? When I tore open the packet, I inhaled the dry leaf and got a whiff of cinnamon, but there was an earthy, umami...” Read full tasting note
    95

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The rock stars of the plant & mushroom kingdoms are blended together to infuse ultimate health protection into your cup. Here’s the skinny: Adaptogens help your body adapt to all kinds of stress while giving a boost to your endurance and immunity. We can all use more of that!

Cordyceps, the Himalaya’s rare mushroom touted for improving stamina, libido and longevity, is paired with schisandra, the five-flavored berry with tonic, revitalizing properties. Blended with prebiotic chicory and Vietnamese cinnamon, experience bold, spicy flavor with adaptogens protecting your mind and body!

Teeccino’s selection of adaptogenic mushrooms optimally paired with adaptogenic herbs are blended to enhance their combined wellness benefits. “Fruiting bodies” are what we think of as mushrooms while mycelium are like the roots and branches of mushrooms. I decided to include both parts of the mushrooms in Teeccino Mushroom Adaptogen Herbal Coffees because each provides valuable health benefits. The synergy of all these mushroom and herbal adaptogens blended together brings delicious well-being to your cup.

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4 Tasting Notes

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Ha I have no idea what the name of this tea means, but I’m still working on the advent calendar from last year, and this was next. I definitely prefer the more desserty Teeccino flavors. This one is a little herbaceous, but still not bad.

Dustin

Cordyceps is a term for fungus, schisandra might be a type, then mushroom incase you didn’t get the cordyceps part and last adaptogen which seems like the new health food hot word like antioxidant once was, but this one has to do with relieving stress. It’s not a name that would sell me on a tea! LOL!

Roswell Strange

Schisandra is an adaptogenic berry – has a more tart/sour flavour. Dustin’s spot on with cordyceps being a mushroom – the one that caused the zombie outbreak in The Last of Us, actually.

gmathis

Schisandra sounds like somebody sneezing! (Sorry, just had to say it!)

ashmanra

Or – hear me out gmathis – like someone summoning a cartoon superhero while slamming their rings together. Anybody else familiar with the cartoon SHAZAN and no I do not mean Shazam. Ashman was so confused the first time I brought it up because somehow he missed that one in childhood.

gmathis

I might have missed that one, too. (If it came on opposite from Sigmund and the Sea Monsters or Lidsville, that explains it.)

ashmanra

There should be two z’s in Shazzan, my bad. The camel’s name was Kaboobie. Yes, there was a camel. If I remember correctly, it was a flying camel. It’s been a long time….

Dustin

If this tea’s name had “zombie” or “flying camel” in it, it would have grabbed my attention for sure!

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1163 tasting notes

Day 16 of the Teeccino advent calendar. This is better than I thought it would be. It’s still not something I’d voluntarily drink again, but I don’t want to pour it down the drain! I taste cinnamon and berries in this, but also something a little tart and acidic that I can’t place and am not enjoying. Alas, this one is not for me.

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448 tasting notes

Hmmm, the first few sips were slightly cinnamon with chicory underneath. Not very sweet at all, there’s no dates in this Teeccino blend. The lingering aftertaste as it cools is medicinal like cough syrup. Not for me.

Flavors: Chicory, Cinnamon, Medicinal

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737 tasting notes

These are a little kooky, perhaps…. herbal/ mushroom tea that tastes like coffee?
When I tore open the packet, I inhaled the dry leaf and got a whiff of cinnamon, but there was an earthy, umami quality to it that reminded me of tomato sauce, almost. Is that weird?
It steeped a delicious orangey-red color, and I got notes of cinnamon, earth, and herbal bitters. It DOES taste a lot like cinnamon coffee, and it holds up to milk quite well. People who like pu-erh would enjoy this one as a caffeine-free option.

Flavors: Bitter, Cinnamon, Coffee, Earth, Mushrooms, Sweet, Wet Earth

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
gmathis

Interesting!

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