Very, very strange. Not bad by any means, but just so… strange! This herbal is obviously more intended for the health market than the taste market, so it’s hard to hold it to the same standards. The website talks up the health benefits quite a bit, but I’m sure I won’t notice them. The smell and taste are strangely acidic and medicinal. The chamomile mellows it out a bit, and there’s a hoppy, cinnamon-laced bite at the end of each sip. I suppose it’s appropriate for such an unusual and unique tea to come from Australia. It’s like the platypus of teas.
What Makes It Different?
In addition to being a delicious, calming delight, Melaleuca Herbal Teas provide:
Melaleuca alternifolia leaf—used for centuries by the aborigines in Australia for its therapeutic properties
Ginseng—reputed for its energizing properties
Licorice and chamomile—helps you unwind after a long, stressful day
Ginger—makes Herbal Evening Tea perfect during dinnertime
Passionflower and hops—quiets your mind so you can focus on important projects
Why Is That Important?
Melaleuca Herbal Teas provide a simple and soothing escape, and are the ideal way to begin or end any day. A hot cup or cold glass of caffeine-free Melaleuca Herbal Tea helps calm your body and clear your mind and lets you take some time for yourself. Melaleuca Herbal Teas have no calories or fat, so you get maximum refreshment with absolutely no guilt.
Melaleuca Herbal Teas contain NO caffeine, artificial colors, or preservatives. Each tea bag is individually wrapped and sealed in a multi-layer pouch for long-lasting freshness and maximum flavor.
Ingredients: Chamomile Flower, Cinnamon Bark, Melaleuca (Tea Tree) Leaf, Cinnamon Oil Flavor