Love Elixir for Him

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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  • “Dry leaf nose: Strong herbal, with a refreshing and cleansing note. Liquor: Warm, rosy colour with a slightly fruity/spicy aroma and a background of herbs. Flavour: Fruity, with a spiced...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks to *Janelle* for a few bags of this tea! I remember thinking that I'd like it more than the "Her" version… but not really. It smells "herbally", and a bit like hibiscus, and tastes like old...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2515 tasting notes
  • “*Great Canadian TTB* So I made this having no clue what was in this. Then I took a sip and gave the cup to my two friends to try too. I tasted flowers, another friend tasted citrus, and the last...” Read full tasting note
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    rachel12610 2014 tasting notes

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Light your fire
Looking for a little get up and go? Try this tangy herbal tea, a hibiscus blend with traditional vitality-enhancers from all over the world. It has muira puama, an Amazonian tree said to boost the desire for love; schizandra berries, Chinese medicine’s stamina-enhancer; plus yohimbe bark, damiana and wild yam root. It’s a potent brew alright, but thankfully this medicine goes down easy.

Ingredients: Hibiscus, schizandra berry, damiana leaf, muira puama, oatstraw, wild yam root, yohimbe back, stevia.

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187 tasting notes

Dry leaf nose: Strong herbal, with a refreshing and cleansing note.

Liquor: Warm, rosy colour with a slightly fruity/spicy aroma and a background of herbs.

Flavour: Fruity, with a spiced herbal background. The tea becomes sweeter as you drink.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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Thanks to Janelle for a few bags of this tea! I remember thinking that I’d like it more than the “Her” version… but not really. It smells “herbally”, and a bit like hibiscus, and tastes like old woody hibiscus (also a bit fruity). I’m starting to wonder if all of the teas in baggies from Janelle have picked up this woody flavour, as it’s the same that was in the Nightcap tea… but I also have a cup of Coconut Grove here (baggie stored in the same place) and it’s fine. So maybe it’s the hibby. Bleh. Have two teabags of this one left… not sure what to do with them!

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2014 tasting notes

Great Canadian TTB

So I made this having no clue what was in this. Then I took a sip and gave the cup to my two friends to try too. I tasted flowers, another friend tasted citrus, and the last just made a “blech” face. Reading the ingreidients, I still have no idea what is in this blend but I do know it was an alright cup. Nothing to write home about but still something I am happy I tried. Also, surprisingly, the hibiscus is not bothersome in this blend so it has that going for it.

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