Ginseng + Lemon

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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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From Biofarm, Croatia

Ginseng is very old plant and is part of Araliaceae family. Grows in mountain forests in east Asia and Korea. Ginseng root is used in traditional medicine and is taken as a elixir.
Inexhaustible well of pleasure, health and refreshment!

Ingredients: apple 58,8%, dog rose berry 10%, peel of lemon 10%, ginseng root 10%, citric acid 6,5%, cinnamon bark 2%, elderberry 1%, natural and nature identical flavor 2%

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Okay…
More lemon than ginseng which is GREAT!!! But the Lemon was VERY puckery!!! VERY – like – puckery – I even made a fish face it was so puckery!

Oddly enough…the more I sipped and thought it was strange and puckery – the more I liked that it was puckery and I seemed to crave more! It was like pure lemon juice with a little ginseng in it.

Pucker Up Baby!

TeaEqualsBliss

Forgot to add that I over-did it with the word LIKE because of this…
http://moneywatch.bnet.com/saving-money/blog/devil-details/5-most-annoying-words-of-2010/3564/

LOL

~lauren.

Whatever! Haha that’s the no. 1 annoying word except in the demographics I’m not in anymore, actually! To tell you the truth… Oh no! I am going to use all these annoying words all evening when I don’t mean to after reading article on link!

Jaime

Puckery!!! Nom!!

TeaEqualsBliss

LOL@Lauren!

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Its the first unordinary tea I ever bought out of curiosity. Ginseng sounded quite exotic.
I love to drink it in the evening. Its fruity taste takes care of my thirst very fast and keeps it that way for a longer time. I like it even cold. Just a little bit of sugar or homemade honey makes it better than most juices.
The taste of ginseng and the aroma and feeling that sticks in my mouth was very strange to me at first (never bad). After like 10 teabags I’m starting to love it. Smells nice too.
Its getting a good score from me (a bigtime tea amateur).
Btw love the package and the fact that each teabag is sealed so it doesn’t wind out.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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