Happy Moods

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Green Herbal Blend
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Cardamon, Ginger, Green Apple, Lemongrass
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From Teekanne

This enlivening herbal tea blend with green tea is like sipping sunshine!

That’s because TEEKANNE Happy Moods is a blend of refreshing Lemongrass with stimulating Green Tea, known for its antioxidant properties. Coriander, Cardamom, Cinnamon and Ginger paired with the fruity flavours of Apple, Orange Peels and Marigold Flowers create a special taste.

Lemongrass, Apple, Green Tea (13%), Orange Peels, Marigold Flowers (2%), Ginger, Coriander, Cardamom, Cinnamon

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A fairly complicated tea to me… the taste is unfamiliar and rather hard to describe. Perhaps it’s because I have never tried anything like lemongrass + tea before. I can’t recognize any fruity flavour in this honey-brown liquor, instead the notes I can get are cardamom and ginger, with a faint hint of cinnamon. The spiciness is, fortunately, only mellow despite the presence of many spices. While I don’t find this tea particularly uplifting, it will do a good job in warming you up in a cold morning. Perhaps that’s why the tea company describes this tea as “like sipping sunshine”?

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I got Teekanne’s Happy Moods when I bought a box with samples of the different kinds of tea in the “Body and Soul” line.

The teabag package reads “Enlivening Herbal Tea Blend with Green Tea” and some of the ingredients are Ginger, Lemongrass and Cardamon. You could guess I was very excited to sip some of iit.
Later today, I tried it, following all the steeping instructions and I sweetened it a little (against my usual rule of not doing so) I could never expect the results.

At the beginning the spicy notes didn’t show up to fulfill your expectations and make you think you’re drinking a bland , overpriced green tea, but then you swallow and just when you are about to be disappointed, Ginger and Cardamon make their entrance and suddenly there’s a spice party in your tongue.

I might be a little biased, since I love spicy teas so much, but believe me when I say this tea in particular is very good for those cold autumn/winter evenings. It puts you in the mood to keep working for the rest of the day. Enlivening, indeed!

Flavors: Cardamon, Ginger, Green Apple, Lemongrass

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Chris Chamorro

Based on the amount of tea and your perception, would you classify it as a flavoured tea or a tisane?


Thanks for the very kind comment, Posy! Let’s drink more tea! :D


@ Chris: Oh, it’s definetely flavoured tea. Tisanes are usually decaf. Also, you can sense the flavors of green tea, though it’s faint. It’s still there, nevertheless.

@ Devilish You’re very welcome, friend. Tea for everybody!

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