Melisa

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Bought this on impulse today purely because... well, Melissa plant? It's got my name on it! (spelt differently but! still!) Melissa or melisse is a lemon balm herb, I think, so named because it...” Read full tasting note
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Bought this on impulse today purely because… well, Melissa plant? It’s got my name on it! (spelt differently but! still!)

Melissa or melisse is a lemon balm herb, I think, so named because it attracts honeybees (melissa in Greek) so. . . it’s a herbal tea, that’s about it.

Didn’t brew it for as long as I should have done but then I have this terrible habit of judging a brew by its colour. I tend to freak out if my peppermint tea starts getting brown in colour so I popped the teabag out after maybe three minutes…

It tastes a little… well, herb-y? But also earthy in a way that reminds me of pu-erh. Earthy, with a mellow, warm tea-y taste, and a little bit of citrus. I think it must smell more lemony than it tastes.

Interesting to try my namesake, nonetheless!

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
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It´s a very popular, maybe the one standard, herbal tea in my country. I am bit surprised you found it earthy or pu-erhish, it might not have been too fresh maybe!

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