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Chamana Verde

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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  • “Hey looky here, I actually did bring back tea from Argentina! This is a tea that I normally wouldn't have given a second thought. The combination of flavors—spearmint, verbena, eucalyptus and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Chamana is by far the most delicious infusions I've ever tried. Cantaloupe is not my favourite fruit but tasting it as an infusion was enough to love it. Perfect blend but the strongest rolls were...” Read full tasting note
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From Chamana

Andean Herbal Infusion
cleanse your body naturally
spearmint, verbena leaves, eucalyptus & melon

infusion detox y refrescante
cedrón, hierba Luisa o verbena,estas hojas cosechadas bajo el tibio sol de Agosto, de inconfundible sabor alimonado, se mezclan sutilmente con hojas de eucaliptos, la más frewsca de las mentas y un toque de melón

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6 Tasting Notes

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1851 tasting notes

Hey looky here, I actually did bring back tea from Argentina! This is a tea that I normally wouldn’t have given a second thought. The combination of flavors—spearmint, verbena, eucalyptus and melon—doesn’t really sound that appealing to me. But I had a bag of it at a friend’s house in Argentina at the end of an evening of a bit too much wine hoping it would help settle my stomach. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it! So I bought a sample box from this tea company that included some other herbals that sounded tasty as well. It is a tea bag, which I normally avoid, but you take what you can get.

Since I’ve been feeling pretty awful lately, and that includes some GI troubles, I thought maybe this infusion would be the tea for me. Mmm, and it’s definitely very nice. A bit herby, melony and sweet, it tastes like delicious fresh sweet canteloupe. The other herbs add some depth and other flavors to the tea, but they don’t overwhelm. I’m often afraid of mint in a tea, especially with fruit, because I often don’t like that combination, but it works. And I think it’s already soothing me a bit. Now I wish I had bought a box of only this tea to have it around!

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Chamana is by far the most delicious infusions I’ve ever tried. Cantaloupe is not my favourite fruit but tasting it as an infusion was enough to love it. Perfect blend but the strongest rolls were played by cantaloupe & vervena leafs, perfect for your tummy or just a little dessert.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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