Tart and spicy is a surprising combination, but rather nice.
“TOO much Hibiscus - way too much for my liking...and a little cinnamon...these two ingredients are really contradicting each other...eeeek” Read full tasting note
“Steep Information: Amount: 1 tea pyramid Water: 6 ounces filtered Steep Time: see notes Served: Hot Tasting Notes: Dry Leaf Smell: Cinnamon, hibiscus, licorice Steeped Tea Smell: Cinnamon,...” Read full tasting note
“*LiberTEAS* has done it again! She sent me a tea that I wanted to try _before I even read a tasting note on it_. She's that good! TeaEqualsBliss logged this a few days ago, and the combination...” Read full tasting note
“Ah, the pleasure of a good smelling tea. Often the dry leaves, as-of-yet un-infused, reveal a lot about the tea that is to come. The spicy and sweet notes of the dry leaves of this herbal tisane...” Read full tasting note
Steep for 5 minutes, 208°F
For stronger flavor, steep longer.
hibiscus, cinnamon, licorice root
Hibiscus from Thailand, cinnamon from Indonesia, licorice from China
Hibiscus is rich in vitamin C, accounting for its tart flavor. It has been consumed as a mild medicine since the time when it was a favorite drink of the Pharaohs.
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