Ginger Fresh

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Herbal Tea
Black Pepper, Citrus Peel, Ginger, Licorice, Peppermint
Lemongrass, Licorice, Peppermint
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Edit tea info Last updated by Evol Ving Ness
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205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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A great ginger tea that’s an original ayurveda blend.
Contains ginger, citrus peels, liquorice, peppermint and pepper.
Original ayureveda blend. Spicy and gingery with hints of liquorice and mint. An invigorating small and flavour with smooth and full-flavoured after taste. A great tea for after dinner, or to help you recover from that all nighter.

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4833 tasting notes

Just finishing up a cup of this now. I am finding this tea to be particularly comforting and soothing after a spicy meal at dinner time. Tummy was starting to feel a little upset, but this tisane calmed it right down… Because of that, I have to give it a few more points!

200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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6770 tasting notes

First…thank you LiberTEAs for sending this my way!

2nd…every assumption and thought I had holding me back from having a cup I am now completely throwing out the window! This was a complete surprise and in a good way! It proved me wrong in every way and I’m happy about that!!!!

I was so worried this was going to be TOO Gingery for me…it wasn’t…

The Lemongrass totally evened that out…both the lemon grass AND the ginger are gentle yet flavorful and pair well together! I wouldn’t change the ratio any…it’s good the way it is!

I can’t really smell the licorice but I can taste it a little bit and with the licorice and the pepper pairing they also work nicely together and are subtle…again, thanks to the lemongrass.

I can smell the peppermint but the taste of the peppermint really isn’t the flavor in the forefront…it’s just enough to be there – in comparison I would say a little less than the licorice. Maybe moreso in the aftertaste, however.

This is very different yet quite good and I am so pleased it’s NOT ‘run of the mill’ and even more so excited that it’s more than just ginger!

This is nice!

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I began having chills. And sniffles. And cold feet. All a sure sign of something up and that it is time to take action before something even more unpleasant develops.

All this may have something to do with me sitting in a draughty place in front of the door to the outdoors repeatedly opening and closing.

So, clearly a moment for medicinal tea. Something powerful and effective for moments like these. Ginger sounded like a good idea.

I open the pouch. Peppermint. And that furniture polish lemongrass scent overpowering the ginger. Why does that lemongrass torment me so?

This tea reminds me of DT’s The Big Chill or Mother’s Little Helper— though I prefer MLH— or the sort of generic sleepy time teas: minty, green, medicinal, and somehow murky. With a bit of a bitter kick from the licorice.

The flavour is ok, I suppose. I don’t enjoy it particularly, but I am drinking this tea in hopes of getting the job done.

I will finish a cup or two of this tea while smothering myself in a fleecy blanket and hoping for warm feet and wellness.

Flavors: Lemongrass, Licorice, Peppermint

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Hopefully it works! Feel better soon.

Evol Ving Ness

Thank you. I guess I’ll see in the morning.


Oh no! I hope you feel better soon, and that your efforts to make it go away work.

Evol Ving Ness

Thank you, keychange. Feeling much much better today. My efforts seem to have worked. Though now having had very little sleep, I feel vulnerable again.


I hope you feel better! Ginger Fresh seems like a great tea to chase away the sniffles.

Evol Ving Ness

Thank you, Alyssa. It seems to have done the job. Thankfully.

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