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Sweet, fruity, hibiscus-y; would do well as an iced or hot tea (or room-temp tea). Very pleasant taste makes it one of my go-to teas when I can’t decide what to drink. Added benefit of containing herbs that are good for the skin, like burdock and dandelion.
Flavors: Berry, Hibiscus, Mint, Rose
The taste is fine, but nothing special — mostly like mint (and a little bitter). I wouldn’t drink it for the taste alone, but the ingredients are beneficial for aches and pains. I haven’t noticed a huge difference in pain level after drinking it, but it seems to be a little effective.
Flavors: Peppermint, Spearmint
A decent tea, full of proven detoxing ingredients. As for the taste, it has a very “chai”-like flavor profile. I don’t love the flavor itself (I don’t enjoy chai tastes, and it’s somewhat spicy), but it has that soothing/warm feeling that I look for in any good tea, so I would still drink it again. I also enjoy the health benefits.
This is my go-to tisane. I’m crazy about ginger, so I enjoy the gingery and peppery spice in this. The licorice adds the slightest hint of sweetness, and I find the lemongrass and peppermint to be understated. As I am moving back away from using bags at all, I will be trying to replicate this recipe on my own. It’s not a mind-blowing tisane by any means, but it’s a very familiar one and it really has the spice I seek, which leads me rate it higher than I probably otherwise would.
Flavors: Black Pepper, Ginger, Licorice, Spicy
I really dig this one. Normally I avoid Yogi teas that have weird herbs that I’ve never heard of (shankhpushpi and ashwagandha… wut?) because I’m very careful with any medications, FDA approved or otherwise. But the ingredients list on this one, those two aforementioned ayurvedic remedies aside, was too diverse and interesting to pass up. Black tea, mate, green tea, lemon myrtle, tulsi, and lemongrass, all in one blend? I sort of see the rationale— black tea provides just the energy, and mate and green tea provide energy without jitters and soothe you. Lemon myrtle, tulsi, those two weird herbs, and lemongrass all promote a relaxed feeling. So I think the Yogi blenders were going for “relaxed but alert.”
You’d think this would result in a medicinal, sickly-sweet, nasty witch’s brew of herbal mush. But it doesn’t! It actually tastes like real tangerine somehow! They did a really awesome job blending it. Even the stevia is at the perfect level, and that’s saying something because stevia is usually a huge deal-breaker for me.
This tea is coming to me at the point in the year when I am just starting to feel the affects of S.A.D., so the timing is spot-on. I’ve been mediating with Headspace, taking Vitamin D supplements, and plan to start using my S.A.D. lamp again soon because the mornings are darker. But this tea is also helpful— I got cussed at by a customer yesterday and didn’t get half as upset about it as I normally do. I don’t think it was a placebo effect either because I had completely forgotten about drinking this tea until after I noticed my lack of anger and sadness.
Score 1 for the weird herbs that work, and 1 for the awesome, awesome taste!
Flavors: Citrusy, Pleasantly Sour, Sweet
This is one of my favorite teas, and definitely my favorite to drink plain. It’s naturally quite sweet. I can’t say I drink it regularly enough to have noticed any effects on my skin either way, but the flavor by itself keeps me buying this. I typically just leave the bag in the cup while I’m drinking it.
This tea tastes excellent — exactly what I would hope for out of a “cranberry spice” tea. Very warm and soothing, and the taste is especially perfect for fall/winter. It does seem to help a bit with digestion, too. I also like that it has just a little bit of caffeine — perfect for when I want an extra boost of energy without it affecting my sleep or making me feel jittery.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Cranberry
From what I’ve read, Kombucha loses many of the properties it’s known for when it’s boiled, so I’m not sure how effective this is from that standpoint. It gave me a little bit of a stomach ache, so if you have a sensitive stomach I’d recommend drinking it on a full stomach.
As for the taste, it was fairly mild and pleasant, and almost tasted a little carbonated (I’m assuming because of the kombucha).
Very strong cocoa aroma, subtle mint notes, a lot of spices in the background. Energetic bouquet.
The taste is quite mellow, rather watery, with a slight ginger spicyness being the most discernible aspect. The result is simply boring, not minty enough to contrast the cocoa background.
Flavors: Cardamon, Chocolate, Cinnamon, Clove, Cocoa, Ginger, Spearmint
My panic disorder has been flaring up these past few weeks… I don’t for one second believe that this bagged tea is curing anything, but it does seem to help me sleep, which is a plus. And it tastes so good. Lavender is the most perfect herb on the planet.
I appreciate this blend especially because I recognize all of the ingredients. Yogi likes to put weird stuff in their teas (what the hell is a schizandra berry?) which makes me a little apprehensive. But this one is just what you need when you’re anxious: soothing, mild, naturally sweet, no funky random herbs and berries. Reliable.
Flavors: Flowers, Honey, Lavender, Milk, Sweet
I’ll start off by saying that I do not generally enjoy floral teas, so in terms of the flavor, this Skin Detox Tea would not be my first choice. As mentioned, the taste is very floral — particularly “rose”-like. If you enjoy rose flavor, you’ll probably enjoy the taste of this tea.
Having said that, it’s definitely not disgusting, even for someone like me who doesn’t like floral flavors very much. I do feel like it’s helping with my skin, so that’s a huge plus!
I also like that it has a little bit of caffeine, so it’s a good choice when I’m looking for a little energy boost without reaching coffee-levels of caffeine.
Flavors: Floral, Rose