Mountain Herbs

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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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Ingredients: Fennel, eucalyptus leaves, peppermint, spruce needles, curled mint, blackberry leaves, raspberry leaves, heath milkwort cabbage, ribwort, rosemary, anise, sage leaves, sunflower blossoms, mallow blossoms, safflower blossoms, elder blossoms, gentian root.

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This is pretty darn tasty for a herbal. How do I know? My 6-year-old asked if he could have a sip, and then another, and then, “How many more sips can I have?” I told him to have as many as he wanted. He asked if it was special juice, and I said no. He replied, “Well then Mommy, it’s a special golden tea, and if you drink it as much as I do, your eyes will see better!”

Yep, that’s some pretty special tea alright.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Too cute:)


Awww, that’s so cute.


aww…does he like other stuff like oolong or puer?


He’s a huge fan of Tea Desire’s Caramel Pu-erh, of course. :) We have zero oolong in the house though, just because I seem to get really nauseous almost instantly from it.


kids can be so cute!

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Another tea out of my MissB box of awesomeness (thanks so much!!)….
Last night I wanted an herbal something. Perhaps it was because we were going to watch the latest Game of Thrones episode, and an herbal mug seems like something a Maester would give you (although, I’d only trust one if it was handed to me by Maester Aemon….)….. This reminded me a lot of the traditional medicinals blends I used to drink all day when I had little babies (my youngest is 9 now…I have no idea how that happened….). Although, this is MUCH better….
The herbs are defined but balanced, and while I’m sure it’d be yummy with honey added, I didn’t go that route since it was sweet enough as is.
I’m really happy that I got to try this, since when I shop for tea, I tend to skip over herb blends like this, and I really should be paying more attention to them.

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Yum Yum Yum. Mountain Herbs has a brilliant aroma and flavour. It really does smell like your hiking in the Mountains. Fresh and vibrant.

It is like the ultimate cold fighter. Had a super bad cold last winter, one of those colds when your downing bottles of cold meds and nothings working. Mountain Herbs with a touch of honey did.

I needed to add some honey to this tea, I tasted a lot of eucalyptus and fennel which for me that isn’t really a wonderful flavour, but honey made it taste yummy.

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What an interesting tea! It’s not often that one comes across a savoury herbal tea, never mind a savoury tisane that isn’t disgusting. I really enjoy the blend of traditional tea herbs (mint, blossoms, eucalyptus) with cooking herbs (rosemary, sage). It reminds me of going for a hike in the woods. It’s also great for when you’re stuffed up (I drink it whenever, but I’m sure many aren’t into drinking a “sticks and twigs” tea when they aren’t ill).

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