tastes MUCH better than it smells when dry.
really minty with a touch of light seaweed behind it.
i prefer Seamist from Silk Road as far as a mint/seaweed tea goes though, so i wont be getting any more of this unfortunately!
“This one will also be a sipdown..haha man this tea is old! It was part of my first online DT order back in September 2012. Longgg time ago! I made this in my iced tea jug, the rest of the bag...” Read full tasting note
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“First of all, I’m not going to rate this one because I bought it expecting not to like it, and that’s just not fair. But I put my faith in DavidsTea, they have yet to make a blend I...” Read full tasting note
“Dry leaf nose: Lemony green tea, with an oceanic note. Liquor: Green with a golden tint. Flavour: Citrusy and minty with a green tea base. Ocean and pine forest notes are present in the cup.” Read full tasting note
Take the plunge
Let us guess – this year, your New Year’s resolution was to get healthy. Well, this cleansing green tea blend is a great first step: with sea lettuce, ginger, peppermint and burdock root, it’ll wash all those toxins away, along with any lingering regrets. Found in the frigid waters off Canada’s coasts, sea lettuce is a popular ingredient in all sorts of cleanses and diets. Plus it gives this lightly minty tea the smell and taste of a fresh ocean breeze. Set sail for a new you!
Ingredients: Organic: green tea, ginger, sea lettuce, cardamom, burdock root, peppermint, red clover. With natural flavouring.
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This tastes the way you think a health tea should taste : very earthy, hint of ginger, and a salty edge. I feel so self-righteous when I drink this, like I’m doing something good for myself, but it’s not exactly the best tasting tea in the world and it certainly isn’t my go-to.
When I first opened the package this morning, I thought to myself ‘Why did I buy this?’…the smell is very potent! As an avid tea-taster, I gave it a try even though the smell made me feel a little woozy. I steeped for about 4 mins and the smell of the brewed tea was certainly not as strong.
As a drink, I don’t mind this one although it is definitely not my favourite. I do like the leafy taste and after-taste of mint. This will likely not be a regular every-day drink for me…but that’s mostly because I can’t get over the smell.
The first time I tasted this tea I was not crazy over it but tried it again and am starting to really like it …its reminds me of some velvet morning but the burdock comes through ..its a good morning tea ..try it ..you will love it or hate its not a sit on the fence type of tea but give it a couple of tries