Stress Reliever

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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  • “Steep Information: Amount: 3 heaping plastic lunch teaspoons Water: ~12 ounces hot water spigot Tool: kati loose tea system Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes (using Steep.It) Served:...” Read full tasting note
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From Georgia Tea Company

mistletoe, bean peels, St. John’s wort, birch leaves, ginkgo leaves, nettle leaves, lemongrass, flavoring.

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Steep Information:
Amount: 3 heaping plastic lunch teaspoons
Water: ~12 ounces hot water spigot
Tool: kati loose tea system
Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes (using Steep.It)
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: lemongrass
Steeped Tea Smell: lemongrass, vegetal
Flavor: bitter, sour, medicinal
Body: Full
Aftertaste: bitter
Liquor: translucent orange-brown

I am playing the Geek Giveaway game with the samples. This was #3

BLEH lemongrass, vegetal, bitter, medicinal, I couldn’t finish the cup.

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Rabs

D’oh! Sorry for the unfinishable cup :(

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

yeah, I hate that tea! You got farther than I did. But it’s for those who like Ayruvedic teas.

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

I think Rabs bought a sample of this tea, and I was pretty sure she wasn’t going to like it, so I also sent her a free sample of a Sleepy Time to compensate.

AmazonV

whew ok i’m not the only one-I figure it was worth a go since i’m always stressed…lemongrass bleh!

Rabs

Ruh roh — this is one I added to round out my order to get free shipping. I waffled about adding it but then there were so many things in it that I’ve never had before (at least as a drink) that curiosity got the better of me. Daniel — thank you so much for the free sample! :)

AmazonV

well Rabs, like thai food?

Rabs

Lol — well, the few times I’ve had thai food it’s been fine, but I don’t think I’ve ever gone out of my way to have any. At least I’ll finally get to do a negative GTC review — I’ll be gentle. ;)

Daniel Mann - Georgia Tea Co.

Hehe, I love Thai food. Pad Thai is the best!!

Don’t worry about the reviews. AmazonV is killing me!! haha kidding. The thing about owning a tea company is having variety. I can admit there are many teas I have that I would never personally drink, some like Stress Reliever that I can’t even stand to bag but you never know when you’ll have a customer who loves medicinal herbal-y teas and will just LOVE it. I personally hate Black Currant, then I have customers who ONLY buy my Black Currant telling me it’s the best they’ve had. I think experimenting to find what we like and what we don’t like is half the fun of drinking gourmet tea. The average person goes threw their life eating many different types of food and yet we tend to stick to only a few types of drinks. It’s nice when entering the world of tea to know that there are over 30,000 different types of tea and you could have a different one for every different meal you eat! I love the reviews, they are honest and I take them all to heart.

AmazonV

I know i’m vicious, vicious! call me the queen of the picky eaters, well steepers

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237 tasting notes

First try of this sample sent by Jessica – thank you! The leaf looks light and grassy/woody, with green and golden brown flakes. It smells generically sweet and fruity, with no strongly identifiable aromas standing out. The recommendation is for 5 or 6 minutes steeping time, which gives us a golden liquor with a very sweet aroma. The taste is a somewhat odd compendium of flavors, not unpleasant though it may take some getting used to. Although I’m not noticing any stimulant effects, I’m not really getting any relaxing or soporific effects like I tend to from chamomile for example. Still, not a bad flavor and I won’t mind finishing off the rest of the sample.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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