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Feng Shui (herb blend, flavored)

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  • “This is quite a colorful tea! Bright and merry with all the colors of the rainbow. I let it steep for about five minutes, enjoying the pleasant fruity and herbal aroma. Then I indulged...into one...” Read full tasting note
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Feng Shui has the goal to create harmony between human beings and their surroundings. In order to create this, the perfect balance between oneself and the five elements wood, fire, earth, metal and water has to be achieved. According to Feng Shui, the elements are represented by the colors green, red, yellow, silver and blue as well as the forms twined, pointy, flat, round and curly which all represent an ingredient in our herb tea blend. Add the fifth element WATER yourself!
Ingredients: apple pieces, goji berries, dragonfruit, lemon grass, blackberry and nettle leaves, orange peel, eucalyptus leaves, carrot flakes, natural flavoring, cornflower and marigold blossoms. Serving Size: 2-3 level tsp./6oz serving, Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F, Brew Time: 10 to 12 Minutes.
https://www.espemporium.com/p-391-feng-shui-herb-tea-blend.aspx

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This is quite a colorful tea! Bright and merry with all the colors of the rainbow. I let it steep for about five minutes, enjoying the pleasant fruity and herbal aroma. Then I indulged…into one of the best cups of tea I’ve had in a long time! Don’t let the liquor fool you; it brews up hot pink, and I starting thinking, “NO, not the dreaded hibiscus!” But the redness comes from goji berries and dragonfruit. So it’s not tart and won’t have you running for the hills.
The flavor is as soothing as one would hope with a name like Feng Shui. It’s calming and warm plus peaceful. Hints of fruity flavors, plus citrus and lemongrass, and herbal tastes blend together perfectly. Perfect harmony? This tea is aptly named. So glad I went out on a limb and tried this one!

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