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Ohhh, this is good. The citrus, ginger, and mint are perfectly blended so that none of the flavors overwhelm the other. The citrus flavor grabs you in the beginning of the sip, the fresh ginger comes out in the middle, and there is a lovely mint aftertaste. Ginger and mint are both recommended for upset stomach. Since I had a yucky tummy today, I chose this tea for the evening and I’m glad I did. A fresh, tasty tea.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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40-year-old mother of one 17-year-old boy living in central Wisconsin with my partner. I love to read, crochet, play my ukulele, and drink tea, of course!

About my cupboard—I have listed every tea that I have 1 oz. or more. Most teas I have about 2 oz. Feel free to ask for a trade. I love to trade for samples. I will warn you now that I’m a slow mailer so you shouldn’t send me your part of the trade until you’ve gotten your package from me!

TEA LIKES: Blacks, Greens, Whites, and only these herbals: Mate, and Guayusa. Berry, nut, coconut, spice, sweet, crème, pineapple, chocolate, citrus, cranberry, mint, vanilla…

TEA DISLIKES: Herbals besides Mate and Guayusa, strong bergamot, sour, tangy, tart, earthy, pu erh, strong oolongs (they smell like manure to me), Jasmine, floral, smoky…

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