OM (Calm/Space)

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  • “Backlog: I didn't hate this ... but I didn't love it either. It was kind of just "meh" for me ... I liked the notes of cardamom and licorice ... but I found myself actually wishing that it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cardamom, Fennel, and Rose are the primary tastes. This is a true herbal. I understand it is very good for you but not my favorite tastes in a tisane, usually. This, however, was drinkable, just...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “This tea reminds me of my dad! With that being said it's hard to get past that older man, after shave smell that I'm getting lol. This tea doesn't taste as strong as strong as it smells though and...” Read full tasting note
    shae050 132 tasting notes

From Georgia Tea Company

In Sanskrit means “knowledge of life”. It is the art of holistic living and the oldest (5000 years old) medicine system in practice today. Ayurvedic philosophy also indicates that everything in the universe is made up of 5 elements; fire, air, water, earth and space. These elements are combined under 3 “energies”, known as ‘Doshas’ (body constitutions). The three doshas are Vata, Pitta and Kapha and represent the “subtle energy” that combines and balances the characteristics of the elements it influences. This force has to often combine and balance seemingly contrary forces such as fire and water under pitta. Vata combines air and space. While kapha brings water and earth together. The principle of balancing the body is done by first determining your Ayurvedic constitution or dosha type. when we recognize this, we can begin to create balance for ourselves in our health and lifestyle.

Ingredients include Cardamom, saffron, licorice root, fennel, ginger root, cinnamon, rosebuds, lemon grass and rose scent.

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Backlog:

I didn’t hate this … but I didn’t love it either. It was kind of just “meh” for me … I liked the notes of cardamom and licorice … but I found myself actually wishing that it would have something like rooibos or something to it … more of a base note that would support the spices and floral tones. And that’s not something I say often about a tisane … that I wish it had rooibos!

Overall – it was tasty, not bad … but it wasn’t something I’d jump up and down over either.

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Cardamom, Fennel, and Rose are the primary tastes. This is a true herbal. I understand it is very good for you but not my favorite tastes in a tisane, usually. This, however, was drinkable, just not what I would usually go for. VERY glad I got to try this and it is very calming…

It’s was so-so…serves a purpose :)

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Your drinking tea late tonight. Not trying to get to 2000 are you? Lol

TeaEqualsBliss

LOL – Well, it’s just that I have so many great teas to still try! LOL :P

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

I’m glad you could finish a cup of this stuff, because I sure can’t. Heh. I can’t stand these Ayruvedic teas, but I have certain customers who are very much into Ayruvedic healing and all that jazz and they love them. Well, they can keep them! I’ll stick to my peppermint. :)

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

Oh, and so you know, all the rest of the Ayruvedic teas we have, are very herbally like this one, so you’re probably not missing much, lol. Every time I open their tins I feel like I’m in an herb shop in China.

TeaEqualsBliss

:) Daniel – just sent you a PM, btw

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This tea reminds me of my dad! With that being said it’s hard to get past that older man, after shave smell that I’m getting lol. This tea doesn’t taste as strong as strong as it smells though and does seem to be calming… I can get that from this, but every time I try to pick out the flavors “old man after shave” keeps popping up in my head over and over again. Hmmm it’s a bit woodsy, a bit spicy, a bit musky… Brute tea? Hehe, with that being said I’m not going to rate this because I’m sure it’s a good herbal tea, I just associate it so strongly with my dad that it throws me off a bit ;-)

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