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Sore Throat Soother

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Boiling 5 min, 45 sec

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  • “I am a tea drinker. I drink tea. Not herbals, not rooibos...well, I make exceptions for things like guayasa and mate that have caffeine or caffeine-like substances! Anyway, both my girlfriend...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My aunt got me this for Christmas. I'm hoping it stops my cough even though my throat isn't sore. Raw it looks like wood chips. Surprisingly drinkable considering I can't STAND licorice. *Very* sweet.” Read full tasting note
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From Fava Tea Co.

A mild licorice root blend. This tea extinguishes and fiery sore throat and will have you up and chatting in no time!

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I am a tea drinker. I drink tea. Not herbals, not rooibos…well, I make exceptions for things like guayasa and mate that have caffeine or caffeine-like substances! Anyway, both my girlfriend and I are sick and have sore throats, and I popped into my new favorite tea shop, Fava Tea, to find something medicinal. This is what was recommended to me.

When I got home and opened the bag, I was dubious. This stuff looks like the substrate from a gerbil cage. The smell reminds me vaguely of Indian food, is it cardamom? I steeped it in boiling water for the recommended 5 minutes and threw in two packets of Splenda. Hmmmm, this stuff isn’t half bad! I like it with the sweetener. It has a nice flavor and coats the throat without feeling too thick. It did work for my sore throat. Licorice haters need not worry; I didn’t get that taste at all. Highly recommended for your winter cold needs!

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My aunt got me this for Christmas. I’m hoping it stops my cough even though my throat isn’t sore. Raw it looks like wood chips. Surprisingly drinkable considering I can’t STAND licorice. Very sweet.

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Peggie Bennett

There’s one I use for sore throat/cough stuff too, Throat Coat. It also has a licorice taste, which I don’t like, but it is very sweet, and it has a long steeping time, so it gets very viscous. A little weird, but my throat always feels so much better, that I drink it down! Hope you feel better soon!

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