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Foxtrot Herbal Chamomile

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Like the dance that inspired its name, our Foxtrot Tea is an overnight success that will leave you “giddy with joy.” It is an Herbal cocktail of Egyptian Chamomile, South African Rooibos and fresh Peppermint leaves. A soothing blend of familiar tastes that produces a pleasantly original combination. It is entirely Caffeine-Free. The spring in your step is due entirely to its enticing taste.

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First of all – I’m drinking this one (FINALLY) only because, quite frankly, I’m sick of looking at it in my yet-to-be-tried box. I received this in a swap a REALLY LONG time ago!

2nd…my infused tea – looks NOTHING like this picture.

And 3rd…I AM a fan of Adagio’s Foxtrot but not-so-much this one. At first I thought they just repackaged it but it IS different…somehow…not sure HOW…but it seems to be, anyways.

This has little to NO mint. I cannot taste the rooibos (Actually I didn’t notice ANY in there anyways). And it seems to be all about the Chamomile…and not very good chamomile at that.

It doesn’t taste bad – but it isn’t very impressive, either.

Ho Hum.

Scott Palmer

We love this Chamomile / Rooibos mix. I think the statement “I received this in a swap a REALLY LONG time ago!” may sum it up. While this mixture will not “go bad” it will certainly change in taste and liquor hue if allowed to get old.
I do appreciate the tester stating that the tea she was reviewing was “old” but then to cut the drink down???
She could have at least titled the review “Old Foxtrot Herbal Chamomile…” instead of “Foxtrot Herbal Chamomile…”.
It hurts the reviewers credibility.

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