Sweet Ginger Heat

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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Hmm… I need to figure out how to get my leaves into my Timolino basket without getting them everywhere (I use a rather wide spoon to measure things out and with the basket being a bit smaller than...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This has a lot of my fave flaves in it: licorice, pink peppercorns, ginger, orange peel and of course green tea. I grabbed it on a whim - to pad my recent DT order so I could reach the $50 for free...” Read full tasting note
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  • “backlog from yesterday I received this in a swap from *Jes* I do believe. This sounded more than just a ginger tea, but I find in scent it's just ginger. Could have been my congestion. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Licorice punch, right in the face. Le sigh. One sip, the rest down the drain...I *hate* doing that. I just don't think I can do any of the ayurvedic teas due to licorice-y things.” Read full tasting note
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Turn up the heat
There are tons of reasons to love ginger. It’s been used as a digestive aid for thousands of years: Confucius wrote in 500 BC that he never ate a meal without some on hand. And according to ayurveda, ginger balances excess kapha or sluggishness. Plus there’s nothing more soothing on a sore throat than ginger’s spicy heat. With ginger, green tea, licorice and orange peel, this sweet and spicy blend is a real multitasker – and it still finds time to taste great.

Ingredients: Organic: ginger, green tea, licorice, orange peel, rosehips, pink peppercorns, stevia leaf. With natural flavouring.

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Now that I see other people mention the licorice thing I guess I can agree. I think it translated on my tongue as “watered down ginger.” I’m too much of a wuss to eat straight up dried ginger (too spicy), but I really wanted more spice out of this tea.

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This tea tastes like medicine. Actually, I would rather have medicine instead of drinking it again.

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