6 Tasting Notes
The natural sweetness from the licorice root plays well off everything else. I hate licorice candy, but I love this tea. I never need to add sweetner. This tea is perfect just as it is, and gets better the longer it steeps.
This is certainly the best of the ‘zingers’ none of which are very good at all. I add one packet NuStevia to one cup boiling water. It’s OK.
Unlike any tea I’ve had before, one of my favorites. It tastes slightly roasted – a little dark but pure and clean. Like you’re drinking a piece of wood that has not been burnt, but delicately browned over hot coals. I’m not really doing the experience of drinking this tea justice. You really must try it to know, and I highly suggest that you do, especially if you have a lot of boring herbal zingers and coconut oolong teas in your arsenal. This one is totally out of the box. It feels healthy and grounding and down-to-business. Down-to-earth. 1 bag in 1 cup boiling water with 1 packet NuStevia. You can steep it forever – it doesn’t get bitter.
I drink a lot of mint-family teas, and this is the best. Of all the regularly available mint teas, plantation mint, pure peppermint, pure mint, pure spearmint, this is the best. Like salt in your hot chocolate, the lemongrass is the hidden thread that ties everything in this tea together. 1 bag in 1 cup boiling water with 1 packet NuStevia = heaven. Like most herbal teas it can steep forever without going bad (getting bitter).
My partner and I love this tea. Not a ginger snap cookie flavor, but a ginger and lemon flavor. I make it 1 bag in 1 cup with 1 packet NuStevia. It’s a favorite.
Undrinkable. The smell is amazing, it’s true, but I couldn’t finish my cup. I set one bag in one cup of boiling water with one packet of NuStevia. It was gross.