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  • “Overindulgent snack days at work call for something light and mildly medicinal at home. Straight up lemongrass, no additives, clean and mildly sweet to compensate for too many Lil' Smokies in...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1625 tasting notes

From Frontier Natural Products Co-op

Lemongrass has a fresh, light, lemony flavor and scent that is a staple in many ethnic cuisines, including Thai, Vietnamese, and Indonesian. It’s also used in hair and skin care products and for scenting perfumes and room sprays.

Lemongrass tea is perhaps the most popular use of lemongrass herb. It’s delicious hot and cold, and it combines well with many other herbs in herbal tea blends.

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Overindulgent snack days at work call for something light and mildly medicinal at home. Straight up lemongrass, no additives, clean and mildly sweet to compensate for too many Lil’ Smokies in barbecue sauce and Chex Mix.

Like chamomile and peppermint—it’s pretty hard to distinguish any major variance in lemongrass flavoring, so my Cheapster Steepster recommendation is to buy it loose and inexpensively at the health food store instead of boxed, bagged, and branded.

Fjellrev

I totally agree about your recommendation.

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