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After Dinner Ginger Chamomile Tea

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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Soothing chamomile, digestion-aiding ginger and the freshness of lemon.

I walked through the lemon grove with a brisk wind at my back pushing me forward into a gingery nap. At first the scent is fresh with citrus but oh, just a minute the ginger grasps your nose and pinches a bit to invite you to sip and see what you get. Remarkable lemon flavors brought to life on your palate with the kick of ginger and the soothing calm of chamomile. After a filling dinner this tea will freshen, deflate and relax you.

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This is the sample I chose for virtual teasting #21. My experience with sTEAp Shoppe thus far has been that the blends are not flavourful enough for me, and I have to work to discern the flavours that are supposed to be present. Thus, I thought that choosing naturally strong flavours like lemon and ginger would work better for me. It turns out, I was half right.

This blend’s fragrance is very lemony. I could not really detect any ginger. To be fair, I didn’t smell the entire sample packet, just the bit that I spooned into my infuser. I have to remember not to smell the tea at the beginning of the steep: there’s the lemon scent, but there’s also something else, something a bit acrid. At the end of the steep, this unpleasantness was gone, and the tea smelled like hot lemonade.

I found the taste true to the fragrance: a perfectly balanced lemon herbal blend. Except it’s supposed to be a ginger blend, and I couldn’t taste any ginger at all. No bite, no mild burn at the back of my throat, no tickle in my nose, nothing. My relatively low rating is purely because I didn’t feel that the flavour was true to the tea’s name. If its name were something like “Lemon Fresh,” my rating would’ve been somewhere in the mid- to high 70s.

Tea amount: 1 slightly-above-level tsp
Water amount: 6ish oz
Additives: None, at first, then about ½ tsp demerara sugar. The sugar really went well with the lemon, making the tea taste like candy. Yummy.

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Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec
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This is my personal favorite tea! I was never a tea drinker until I tried this After Dinner Ginger with its freshly dried lemons. I first tried it with honey when I was sick to help my sore throat and i was surprised at how good it tasted. I was also surprised by how much it helped my throat and made me feel better. Since then it has become my preferred winter drink. I just add a little honey and its perfect!! Relaxing, soothing and delicious!!

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It is a perfect mix of lemon and ginger! It is a very warming herbal tea and tastes light on the front end . I drink this tea with some equals, which makes it a perfect nighttime treat.

Preparation
3 min, 15 sec

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