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Eh….I’m going to be lenient with this tea, since I consider it a “medicine” tea and not a tea I drink for fun. This tea is good for a sore throat which I currently have…and when you have said sore throat its useless to drink your regular tea, you will just waste it since you cant taste anything.
So after getting back from my belly dance performance (After my dance I smiled, bowed, and went backstage, where I preceded to almost cough my lung out lol) my throat needed some TLC. This tastes ok….not really anything special, and the combination of flavors doesn’t really mesh that well, but drinkable.You can definatly taste that ginger and peppermint.
I’m having a very frustrating day! I’m so nerved up so I thought it was the perfect time to try this tea. I assumed it would taste REALLY herbally and I wouldn’t like it but I will say I am surprised and I am enjoying this cup pretty well. ALL of the ingredients play nice and are on the mild side! :)
So this is what Catnip tastes like!? Not bad, considering…Yup! I can taste the Catnip – everything is quite mellow which I appreciate because most herbals from other companies are too mediciny for my liking…this one is light and mellow but also pleasant, too.
Thanks LiberTEAs for sending some of this my way!
This has a pleasant herbal scent, I can smell the mint, but it is well balanced with the other herbs in the blend.
It is surprisingly good. I say “surprisingly good” because I don’t usually like teas that are supposed to make me feel better. But this is quite palatable. The peppermint is well pronounced without it being overwhelming or even what I would consider strong because the other flavors soften the peppermint’s strength.
This is a feel good tea I can enjoy!
Well, this tea is certainly appropriate for the kind of morning we’ve had (and it has made it’s way on to the afternoon too) – it’s chilly and there is definitely a “mist” in the air.
OK… to start out with – I REALLY wish that tea blenders/artists would NOT put stevia in tea blends. I am not wild about stevia – sometimes it’s ok, but, mostly, I find it to give off a somewhat funky aftertaste that I don’t like. Also, I like to determine whether or not I want my tea to be sweetened, and then if I do decide to sweeten it, I like to decide what kind of sweetener to add.
Other than the stevia, this is a interesting enough blend. It is earthy and herbal in taste. There is a light lemony note that lingers – it’s nice.
Not my favorite blend out there, but, it’s alright.
I admit I was taking a risk with this purchase. Etsy isn’t the first place I would typically go to make a tea or tisane purchase but the description of this one intrigued me. The package says it’s a “Men’s Tea.” It’s actually a tisane but we’ll overlook that for now. So, why is this a “tea” for guys?
1) The product looks like it was swept off the garage floor.
2) When prepared, it looks like used motor oil.
3) It smells like sweaty armpits.
4) It tastes like I would imagine all of the above to taste. (And it made my tongue numb.)
So, it’s obvious why this is a “tea” for men. This has to be one of the worst things I’ve ever experienced packaged as an edible item. I would say this goes straight in the trash, but I think this may require special hazardous waste handling. (And I actually bought one more tea from this same place- %#@$)
I love stuff I have to google! For example
Now on to the review.
I really thought that since this was a WAKE UP tea that the flavors would be overpowering…but they aren’t. Every ingredient is mellow and pleasant and the hibiscus is barely there but just enough to give it that fruity edge. Without the hibiscus I think this would taste medicine-E. But it DOES assist the berries in this case so maybe they are working well together…like I said everything is so subtle – it jives! This is pretty good!
I love that this company is eco-friendly, focus on health, buy and support local ingredients, and the blender is VERY creative and a nice/gentle soul! :)
As for the tea…this is very pleasant. MOSTLY minty but I can also taste the fennel. In the aftertaste I can also pick up on a hint of lemon balm.
This was a pleasant surprise and made good on it’s word!