Sweetfern Tonic

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Herbal Tea
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  • “I always thought this tea tasted earthy and "ground-like" but not strong, and it is smooth. So I find this tolerable for it’s health benefits (blood cleansing), and that’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog: My 4800 tasting note! Of the three teas that I received in the Postal Tea Box (9th edition), this was my favorite. I was a little dismayed that all three teas in this edition were...” Read full tasting note
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From Algonquin Tea Co

Daily Immune Booster
This delicious and healthy gentle tonic can be enjoyed daily. Carefully formulated to assist every organ in the elimination of toxins. Tastes like black tea.

INGREDIENTS:
Sweetfern, Red Clover, Raspberry Leaves, Roots of Burdock, Echinacea, Yellow Dock and Dandelion

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I always thought this tea tasted earthy and “ground-like” but not strong, and it is smooth. So I find this tolerable for it’s health benefits (blood cleansing), and that’s why I drink it. Not for taste.
I also love the story of how this company makes their teas. They are also environmentally friendly.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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4826 tasting notes

Backlog:

My 4800 tasting note!

Of the three teas that I received in the Postal Tea Box (9th edition), this was my favorite. I was a little dismayed that all three teas in this edition were herbals. Bah! What’s up with that?

This one though – this actually tasted a little bit like tea. It had a slight root-beer-ish taste to it too. Like a thinned black tea with herbaceous notes and a hint of root beer. Kind of weird, but weird in a interesting and tasty way.

But even though it did sort of taste like black tea, I’d be lying if I said I’d just as soon drink this than drink black tea. I’d rather have the nice, rich flavor of black tea, thank you.

The teas in this, the 9th edition from Postal Teas, just didn’t do it for me. I decided to give them another chance and see what the 10th box had in store … and I’m glad to say that I’m much happier with the 10th box. (Well, you’ll just have to wait to see what those teas are!)

Veronica

That’s a lot of cups of tea!

LiberTEAS

I kind of like the stuff!

Mikumofu

5000 can’t be too far away now!

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