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200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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From Byron Bay Tea Company

Feeling a little stampeded by life? Revive, renew and revitalise with this unique blend of Eucalyptus, Echinacea, Lemon Myrtle, Licorice and Ginger. A healthy, restorative tea for busy people who want to bolster and fortify their well-being. Enjoy any time of the day, or any time if you are feeling a little run down.

Ingredients: Echinacea* Eucalyptus Lemon Myrtle* Elder Berries* Elder Flowers* Rosehips* Licorice* Ginger*

  • Certified Organic

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I randomly chose this one from my “NEW” pile and thought I would try.

The Herbal scent is mellow which I appreciate. The color is a little cloudy and drab looking. The taste isn’t bad! I’m pleased with this revelation of flavor. I’m not saying it’s over the top but it is satisfying. It’s not overly herbal tasting and that is why I am happy!

The Lemon Myrtle and Elderberries are what ‘make it’.

This is pretty good for an herbal!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this to try.

My husband came home the other night with flu-like symptoms, and I am starting to feel similar symptoms. (Fortunately, my taste buds haven’t been affected yet!) So, I thought that this was a good tea to try today… hopefully, it will help with some of the aches and pains I’m experiencing.

Wow! This is really good. It’s like … tasty enough to drink even when I’m not feeling under the weather kind of good!

The flavors are gentle and smooth. Nothing overwhelming. Delicious!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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