Saffron Fusion Earl Grey

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Black Herbal Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “I found this at the local Winners/Home Sense store. Was totally not looking to buy tea, but of course I ended up in the tea/coffee cup area and stumbled across this tea. It had been on my...” Read full tasting note
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    Lala1 783 tasting notes
  • “I love how Earl Greys are open to interpretation: this one has a bright orange flavor along with a faint base note fragrance of saffron. The black tea blend is light, blending nicely with the...” Read full tasting note
    Serenity1 47 tasting notes
  • “The tea was OK, more saffron-ny than Earl Grey. Here is the part that freaks me out though: what is in it?! Is it even legal not to list the ingredients? Apparently there is saffron and...” Read full tasting note
    sanjuro 1 tasting notes
  • “I found this tea at a discount store and decided to take a chance. I don't believe the claims on the box regarding saffron's health properties, but the tea itself is delightful. It is similar to a...” Read full tasting note
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    Ciaranbochna 4 tasting notes

From Taja Tea

Catchy line: “Saffron…An Ancient Vitality Herb!”

Company’s Description:
“Saffron is an all natural ancient remedy and the most expensive spice on earth. Saffron offers over 90 health benefits and has been used in ancient medicine over four millennia. A miracle herb for vitality!”

Recent Study suggests:
30 milligrams of Saffron a day taken for 6 weeks has the same deprression reducing properties as 20 milligrams of fluoxetine (Prozac) or paroxetine (Paxil). Visit www.tajatea.com to learn more about this miracle herb!

“Saffron offers over 90 health benefits!”

Vitality:
Virtues of Saffron:
~Vitality
~Antioxidant
~Antidepressant
~Relives anxiety
~Promotes better mood

Saffron…An Ancient Vitality Herb!
Virtues of Saffron & Traditional Uses Include:
*Antioxidant
*Anti-depressant and relaxant
*Promotes Laughter and happiness
*Prolonging vitality
*Better mood for the mind, body and soul
*Treating acne and skin diseases
*Anti cancer & tumor Agent
*Curing respiratory problems such as asthma
*Used in medicines that reduce inflammation
*For treating menstrual disorders (PMS)
*Insomnia
*Stimulating circulation
*Aphrodisiac for Impotency
*Reduce cholesterol

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Do not use saffron while pregnant.

Additonal Info:

All Natural
20 Tea Bags
NET WT: 1.24 oz (35g)

Directions courtesy of Taja Tea:

Hot Tea:
Use one tea bag for each cup of tea. Bring water to boil. Pour water over tea bag and steep 3 to 4 minutes.

Ice Tea:
Place three tea bags in a container. Add one quart (4 cups) of boiling water. Steep for 15 minutes or longer. Pour into ice filled glasses. Add orange, lemon or lime peel, then devour!

Store in dry cool place. 100% all natural herbal tea

Company’s contact:

Taja Tea
LA, CA 90067
www.tajatea.com

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9 Tasting Notes

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783 tasting notes

I found this at the local Winners/Home Sense store. Was totally not looking to buy tea, but of course I ended up in the tea/coffee cup area and stumbled across this tea. It had been on my shopping list forever and I didn’t think I would ever come across it in a store. But voila!!
The dry tea bags smell just of Earl Grey.
The steeped tea smells not too good. It smells of saffron and black tea, which is not a good combination. I got sad, because I love saffron almost as much as I love Earl Grey.
However, the tea totally redeemed itself of first sip. It tasted lovely strong citrous bergamot Earl Grey. You can taste the saffron notes in the background. The saffron makes the tea very smooth, and it makes the citrous “pop”.
I am happy this tea tastes much, much better than it smells!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Sil

haha i was totally at winners today looking at their tea :)

Lala

I love shopping for tea and coffee there becuase they have such neat stuff.

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47 tasting notes

I love how Earl Greys are open to interpretation: this one has a bright orange flavor along with a faint base note fragrance of saffron. The black tea blend is light, blending nicely with the citrus flavors. Taja Tea is marketing this as a health promoting tea due to the saffron. Is there enough saffron in each serving to truly have a health benefit? Well, let’s just brew another cup and see!

Alphakitty

Saffron Earl Grey? That sounds fantastic!

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The tea was OK, more saffron-ny than Earl Grey. Here is the part that freaks me out though: what is in it?! Is it even legal not to list the ingredients? Apparently there is saffron and bergamot (indistinguishable in the flavor). The label claims that is an “herbal infusion”, which eliminates Camelia sinensis. I drank it after drinking some strong black tea, so I could be wrong but it doesn’t seem caffeinated. How do they get away with this?

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195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec
sanjuro

Oh, according to above, there is Camelia sinensis in the blend. Weird it only mentions “herbal blend” on the package.

rnccap

I feel the same way. They make broad claims but list no ingredients, much less mg per serving. I like the tea but am suspicious of the source.

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I found this tea at a discount store and decided to take a chance. I don’t believe the claims on the box regarding saffron’s health properties, but the tea itself is delightful. It is similar to a Lady Grey, with a delicate flavour, though less orange and more Saffron (and no bitterness to speak of). I enjoyed it enough to return to the store and buy the two remaining boxes on the shelf.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Saffron Teas by Saffron Fusion™

Saffron has amazing health benefits and has long been held as the most precious spice in the world by kings. Many health studies have been conducted showing the effects on weight loss, depression, eye sight, cancer, and stomach/digestion issues.

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I really liked this tea a lot. It was actually my first time trying Saffron tea. I do taste the earl grey but that sort taste reminds of an organic oolong tea I’ve had a while back.

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