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This tea, I believe, can not be rated accurately due to the fact that I use it for a sleep -aide. If I was rating it for taste, it would probably be around a 50%. However, the overall experience is much better. The aroma promotes relaxation and almost reminds me of eucalyptus or mint.

I have not yet been able to master a great sleepy time tea with loose leaf; therefore, this is the best bet.

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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Lesli

I don’t steep it as long as it suggests (10-15 minutes), because I like to drink at least two cups. Also, I enjoy adding eleutherococcus herbal supplement to assist in the ‘sedation’ effects. :)

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Lesli

I don’t steep it as long as it suggests (10-15 minutes), because I like to drink at least two cups. Also, I enjoy adding eleutherococcus herbal supplement to assist in the ‘sedation’ effects. :)

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Hi! I’m a midwest girl with an immense appetite for tea. As a nurse, I am well aware of the hundreds of pharmaceuticals available to cure diseases and resolve symptoms. Even after all this knowledge, I believe that tea remains the ultimate medication.

Even better than the health benefits tea withholds, I love the taste and the feeling that I endure while sipping on this irreplaceable warm beverage.

Tea holds a great place in my heart as well, because it is the reason my husband and I met. He was working at a local coffee shop as a barista. If my craving for loose leaf had been replaced by another vice on that day – who knows where I would be now. He even pretended to enjoy tea for the first two months we were dating in order to impress me. Oh, how amazing.

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