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I normally shy away from teas that have finely ground elements in a sachet, but I was looking for some caffeine free tea to try. The flavor sounded pretty mild. I tried it tonight plain, then with a bit of honey, and then with skim milk. Surprisingly, I liked this. Nice for evenings. (I steeped for 4 minutes.)
In the herbal tissane category, I have to have this tea. I grew up drinking this flavor-enhanced blend of herbs, fruit, and flowers.
Plop two bags in a water bottle. Cold brew is fine, and extracts much of the flavor. It’s never bitter. If you travel and doubt that you will enjoy the flavor of the water where you are going, filtered or otherwise, use this gentle lift to create satisfactory thirst-quenching with no calories.
With a previous admitted love for Sleepytime, I couldn’t help also tossing in this one. I have it for those nights I really can’t find a way to unwind. It helps at a great low level. The flavor of the chamomile and mints, both other ones I’ve obviously loved due to other reviews, comforting and I find it goes best with a book and low lighting.