Ginger Lemongrass

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A soothing, multi-layered blend radiating with sunny citrus notes enlivened with the tingle of ginger. A fruity, bright cup with a sweet lingering aftertaste.

Ingredients: organic ginger root, organic lemongrass, organic licorice root, organic lemon peel, organic spearmint leaves

Steeping Guidelines: 5 minutes at 208 degrees

Certifications: Kosher Certified, USDA Organic

Caffeine: Naturally caffeine-free

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1047 tasting notes

Thanks, Lala, for the TeaForte surprise! I don’t think this is as bad as the other reviewers do. I was initially wary of the lemongrass because while I love the scent and taste of it, when it comes to food, it instantly reminds me of thai food. So, whenever a tea tastes heavily of lemongrass, I feel like I’m drinking curry. But I didn’t get any lemongrass from this whatsoever, not even an iota, in either the flavour or scent.

What I do get, however, is mostly licorice root and ginger. As it cools, the ginger calms down and the spearmint comes out. I would have liked to have experienced more spearmint, otherwise, it’s an easy blend to drink. Doesn’t startle my tastebuds in any way at all.

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2705 tasting notes

Wow, this is some seriously potent stuff!

I got a tin of this ginger/lemongrass blend to replace the one I finished off yesterday. This is very strong, lots of ginger and licorice and lemon flavor. I think you could use this to strip paint off your walls. I’m not necessarily thinking I will drink this for sheer enjoyment but it will be a good thing to have around in the winter to warm up and for immune boosting benefits. I think this would have been better without the licorice and more lemongrass in the blend. I can barely taste the spearmint here but the overall effect is… medicinal, unfortuanately

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Boo. Ginger Lemongrass sounds pretty appealing, but I hate that “medicinal” flavour. I’d probably be hoping that this tea was a literal mix of the two named ingredients (which, I feel, would taste pretty tasty, maybe a bit thai-ish.)


Yeah me too, I didn’t realize the other ingredients would ruin it!

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237 tasting notes

Had this again last night. I’m becoming less unfond of it. I still thing the ginger is overbearing.

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43 tasting notes

I actually don’t like ginger teas, but I enjoyed this! My mother is a ginger AND lemongrass fan, and she absolutely adores this tea. Great stuff.

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22 tasting notes

I poured the single steep packet into my infusing basket and it looked to be mostly lemongrass with some bits of ginger and lemon peel thrown in. They smelled a lot like ginger. I can smell lemon too, ginger is definitely dominant though.

I steeped for five minutes in boiling water, result was a cloudy yellowish-green liquor. It smells like lemon.

The ginger is very overwhelming in this. Its really all I can taste. Okay, I can taste the lemongrass and licorice root a little but the ginger is really drowning everything out. Bummer, dude.

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Surprising combo—I haven’t tried a ginger tea before. I enjoyed it but would not repurchase as the peppery aspect to the ginger makes this a tea where one cup will due ya. I’d prefer a tea that I can sip all afternoon in the office.

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