Orange Zen BIO

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From Dammann Freres

Orange Zen gathers hawthorn, lemon balm, poppy, chamomile and verbena. A few orange and bergamot peel, a few rose petals, and the cocktail is ready offering peace and serenity.

Brewing time: 5 minutes

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Day 15!

I double checked this one and it is for sure just a tisane, unlike the last one, day 1 or 2 (I think).

This one tastes strongly of the lemon balm and verbena. I am definitely getting a lot of citrous peel/rind flavours. I can taste the smooth rose underneath it all. I often think of describing rose petals as rusty tasting. Not that they taste like rust or iron, but just they way it feels in my mouth, I want to say rusty. I can taste and smell the chamomile which is a dead give away because for some reason I just don’t like that taste and can pick it out immediately. I seem to be getting a bit of heat in the back of my throat at the end of the sip, not sure from which ingredient though.

This one is definitely different from all the other Dammann teas I have had thus far, it is much more vegetal vs fruity or floral.

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SPOILER: Day 15 of Dammann Freres Advent Calendar.

I’m unsure what to make of this. It smells like an herbally green tea to me, and tastes little of anything orange until wwwaaaayyyy after the sip. Definitely a chamomile blend. I mean, it’s okay, but I just don’t get it at all.

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Advent calendar, day 15.

The smell of this dry was herby and medicinal. There was orange, but also a lemongrass note (probably the verbena and/or lemon balm) and lemon grass is my sick tea so this doesn’t make me super excited.

I don’t know what it is about drinking sick teas when you’re not sick, but…

The top scent once steeped is orange, then that medicinal herb. Maybe it’s chamomile? I don’t know but I could do without it. Not really any floral notes, but I don’t mind. I don’t like drinking flowers, as a rule.

The taste is very much lemongrass. Maybe an orangey lemongrass, depending on the sip. It is quite soothing, and I imagine it would be a great sick time tea – but I have one of those from Upton and its cheaper and stateside.

As always, glad to try it, but this won’t be a tea that I order.

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Backlog of Dammann advent calendar, day 15. Finally getting around to trying this one! This is actually a tea I was interested in as an evening herbal, so I am glad to get a sample of it.

Steeped, it smells lemony and the slight apple-hay of chamomile. I like the flavor of this one pretty well, but it doesn’t stick out to me as particularly special. I would wish for more rose, but I never get enough rose in herbals. It is a nice evening blend but I wouldn’t go out of my way to get more.

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i barely remember this tea. and it turned my water a funny color.
i must have been so peaceful and serene while drinking it that it slipped my mind.

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