Herbal TTB – This is different, and yummy! This is fruity in a delicate way. I had feared I over steeped this because I forgot to set a timer but with it being in a tea bag I ended up leaving it in the mug anyways.
“*Herbal TTB* - This is different, and yummy! This is fruity in a delicate way. I had feared I over steeped this because I forgot to set a timer but with it being in a tea bag I ended up leaving...” Read full tasting note
“Thank you Marzipan for this lovely sample. This is a gentle relaxing evening tea. It's fruity but well balanced so there is no overwhelming single fruit. Quite enjoyable and a good start on...” Read full tasting note
“This tea is sweetly fruity and delicate. It's perfect for evening, or whenever you just need to relax!” Read full tasting note
This perfect “wind me down” herbal tea is a collaboration of gentle calming herbs that has been brewed for centuries. This dynamic trio of chamomile, linden leaf, and lemon balm contain vital plant compounds believed to reduce stress and help support relaxation ad sleep. The richness of this infusion is enhanced by the naturally sweet warmth of South African honeybush. The flavors of fresh cut apple, cinnamon, apricot, and quince pair beautifully with the earthy floral notes in this fragrant and mellow brew.
Comfort in a Cup
This dream blend captures everything you need to de-stress, relax, or get your best rest.
organic chamomile, organic lemon balm, organic honeybush, organic apple, organic cinnamon, organic linden leaves, natural apricot and quince flavor
Place 1 sachet in 10-12 oz boiling water and steep at least 7-10 minutes. Now kick off your shoes. For a second brew. Steep longer.
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Thank you Marzipan for this lovely sample. This is a gentle relaxing evening tea. It’s fruity but well balanced so there is no overwhelming single fruit. Quite enjoyable and a good start on beginning a relax evening.
The name reminds of a phone conversation with my 88 year old mom. The people in her retirement community went to a nearby beach. She said she had “Sex on the Beach” (the name of a drink) which of course made me begin to build a really scary image in my mind. ;-p