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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 15 sec

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From Byron Bay Tea Company

Beauty begins on the inside, which makes our SKIN tea the perfect primer. The zesty blend of Lemongrass and Ginger is complemented by a purifying punch of Peppermint. So for a naturally healthy glow, and to sustain your internal vigor, sip BBTC SKIN.

Ingredients- Echinacea*, Peppermint*, Lemongrass*, Ginger*, Gotu Kola*, Nettles*, Rose Buds. * Certified Organic

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My immediate reaction to just about any herbal blend is a slight cringe. I have quite enjoyed a lot of herbal teas, but, it just seems that when it comes right down to it, they worry me a bit, because not all herbal teas “work.”

This one DOES! Even though I was a little scared of this one, it is actually quite nice. The peppermint is strong but doesn’t overpower the other ingredients. I love the combination of lemongrass and ginger in this – the lemongrass smooths out some of the stronger ginger-y notes, and makes this a very palatable blend.

This doesn’t come off as medicine-y tasting to me. The rose in this is a nice touch and gives it a pleasant floral sweetness.

Very nice!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 15 sec
Jillian

‘Skin’? It makes me think of a tea made of human skin. 0_o

Alannah

Yeah, I have to say that the name is pretty unappealing in my opinion!

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I’m drinking Skin…

TEA!

Thanks LiberTEAs for this one!

Before infusing this one smells like peppermint then ginger then rose and lemongrass.

After infusing it smells like a medley of herbs.

The color is a light brown-green.

The taste is pretty good! The peppermint I notice first but then I can taste something like licorice – oddly – but the ginger jumps in to say hello followed by lemongrass and hints of floral notes hiding out in the background.

This is better than I thought it would be. It’s satisfying and fairly pleasant. A pretty solid herbal, I suppose!

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