7th Heaven

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “It’s funny that I got this particular tisane because it is made with something called ‘Lapacho’ (I’ve never hear of this), and I was looking at a Toronto based tea company...” Read full tasting note
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  • “First of all, thank you JustJames for this gem! I show up at my workplace, and there’s a big bag of sample teas! What a way to make a girls night! I’m looking through...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Here I am sick with a cold before Christmas and I can’t taste any of my teas. What a bummer especially since I got those nice teas from The Finest Brew yesterday. So yesterday and today...” Read full tasting note
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    Ubacat 431 tasting notes

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This zesty and yet mellow brew is sure to take you to 7th Heaven!

A Lapacho herbal tisane, made from the bark of the Pink Ipe tree forms the base of this blend, and gives the immune system a real boost thanks to its powerful antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal properties. With a distinctive herbal taste and aroma palate, Lapacho enjoys a significant following of enthusiasts, but drunk alone, can taste rather harsh to the uninitiated. This Tealux blend ensures that the taste and health benefits of Lapacho are available to everyone regardless of their palate, thanks to the addition of delicious zesty orange peel and mellow, warming vanilla.

A perfectly balanced cup, 7th Heaven is the perfect blend between robustness and smoothness; a must-try addition to any tea drinker’s collection!

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It’s funny that I got this particular tisane because it is made with something called ‘Lapacho’ (I’ve never hear of this), and I was looking at a Toronto based tea company that also uses this herb (??) in a couple of blends, and I was thinking about buying them to see. Now that I’ve actually tried it, I know I will at least request a sample of it.

In dry leaf form it smelled like chocolate orange – not a favourite combination of mine (until I tried Terry’s chocolate orange). It also looked like it would taste like chocolate orange – large pieces of orange, and a dust that I thought was cocoa powder.

Once it was brewed, it didn’t have an overwhelming citrusy taste, nor chocolate. I got a hint of both, plus something else that I am not able to identify – probably due to lack of experience with this herb (?). Not bad.

Thank you JustJames for introducing me to a new tasting experience!!

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First of all, thank you JustJames for this gem!
I show up at my workplace, and there’s a big bag of sample teas! What a way to make a girls night!
I’m looking through everything for something that’s herbal (caffeine has always wreaked havoc on my nights, since I was a kid), this one catches my eye. The leafs are flat and skinny, and dusty looking (the lapacho I’m guessing). Sort of a rusty colour. I feel like I’m smelling an orange vanilla sort of aroma….
Steep it, let it sit, and sip. Oranges slide subtlety over the tongue, followed by (and I have no idea why) something vanilla-y. There’s also something almost spicy, but not spicy. It has a very unique flavour that one tastes with the tip of the tongue and the back of the throat. It’s there for a fleeting moment on the tongue, then the orange, then you feel it’s spice at the back of the throat. Then the refreshing but subtle aftertaste of oranges.
Overall a lovely experience. I’ll be drinking this by the pot.

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Here I am sick with a cold before Christmas and I can’t taste any of my teas. What a bummer especially since I got those nice teas from The Finest Brew yesterday. So yesterday and today have been all peppermint or medicine teas. I’ve even had the dreaded ginger tea which I hate.

Today I’m having my Lapacho tea. Even the flavour on this one is a bit lost on me today. It’s coming through kind of dull. I’m picking up the citrus (which is the added flavour) but not the woody flavour of the lapacho. I changed the rating on this tea. I still think it’s pretty fantastic because of the health properties of lapacho and it tastes pretty good but it’s not a 100 rated tea. I would love to find other lapacho teas out there. Anyone know of other lapacho teas?

Terri HarpLady

Bummer that you’re sick. Sending hugs & good vibes to you :)

Tealizzy

I’ve had a mild cold for a few days too. Tea makes it better even if you can’t taste it! Feel better!

Ubacat

Thanks so much Terry & Tealizzy. Tealizzy, hope you’re feeling better too. December is always such a busy month. I almost always get sick at this time.

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