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Sweet Melissa

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Herbal Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by JoysTeaspoon
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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From Joy's Teaspoon

This blend, with no added flavoring, really belongs to the elite. The freshness of the herbs and the natural sweetness of the apple pieces and blackberry leaves are underlined by bright orange peels and colorful carrot flakes. Convinced you need to try it yet? Naturally caffeine free.

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The smell of this tea was SOOOOOOooo much better than the Japanese cherry. It smelled grassy, almost like hay and a little flowery. It reminded me of being in an open field.

The taste starts out grassy just like the smell. It’s got a lightly sweet aftertaste that is intensified if I hold it in my mouth. As I smell more of it and as it begins to cool, the grassy smell becomes more floral and the sweet taste becomes a little more defined as fruity- kind of a warmish apple taste?

Overall a pleasant tea. I look forward to trying another cup of it.

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This is my first of 3 samples from Joy’s Teaspoon. I can’t believe how fast the samples arrived. I emailed Joy on Saturday and they were waiting in my mailbox on Monday.

This tea is nice. Brewed, it smells lemony. Like a lemon sucker or maybe even lemon pledge (not in a completely bad way). The taste of the tea is lemony and orangy, but not as lemony as the smell. It also tastes of herbs that I cannot identify and something almost savory, which I am guessing is the carrot.

Yep, this tea is very interesting. I like it and I’m looking forward to the other samples. I’ll leave you ins suspense about what my other two samples are (or you can try and guess).

1.5 tsp per 12 oz cup

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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