Good Karma

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Boiling 6 min, 30 sec

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  • “I had this over ice after a workout. This is similar to another one of my favorites by Souvia called Regeneration, but this one doesn't have all the fruit. When you first open the bag, it smells...” Read full tasting note
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From Shui Tea

Ayurvedic Blend of Spices. Yoga only nourishes half your soul, Good Karma feeds the rest. This is an herbal blend of traditional Indian Ayurvedic spices. Whether or not you believe the ancient texts, you’ll find relaxation in this blend. Cinnamon and ginger greet you at the first sip. Orange, cardamom and cloves add some spice to the flavor, and the licorice stops by just to sweeten the whole mix.

Good Karma is warm and inviting, giving you a boost when you’re down and keeping you upbeat when you’re on point.

Ingredients: Ginger, cinnamon, orange zest, juniper, fennel, licorice, cardamom, cloves, angelica, dandelion root.

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I had this over ice after a workout. This is similar to another one of my favorites by Souvia called Regeneration, but this one doesn’t have all the fruit.

When you first open the bag, it smells like you’ve walked into a great Indian restaurant. This is full of exotic spices, but none of them carry too much heat.

There are so many different directions this can take that everyone’s palate will probably pick up different flavors. For me, this was heavy on ginger, fennel and cardamom. The cinnamon and clove were used sparingly, so they nicely rounded out the flavor. Finally, I had a licorice aftertaste.

This makes a sweet drink by use of the licorice. It’s not overpowering here though. This is a great blend with just the right amount of everything. The word “Amrit” comes to mind.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 30 sec

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