Hello, a tea for Sunday–or, as rugby folks call it, Holy Hangover Day. None of the dry blends from In The Bag Teas have a saccharine-sweet tea-sposition; Hangover Helper is no exception. In the cup, not much can be said for the aroma. You get the chamomile fuzzy-blanketing everything, though the pucker of rosehips pokes through, along with a soft greeting from the orange peel. Richly golden liquor–blessedly alcohol-free…

As a result, In The Bag does well to include gently stimulating herbs like mint and ginseng to counteract the sleepiness that’s going to happen with the chamomile. If you’ve already slept too much, the last thing you want is a tea that’s going to put you back to bed. However, despite the strong lineup of ingredients here… Full review here: http://snooteablog.com/2013/09/23/snooty-tea-review-inthebag-tea-round-2/

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