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Spirits

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From Ten Ren

Spirits tea is a blend of chamomile flowers, dried orange peels, spearmint leaves, peppermint leaves, chicory roots, and other natural herbs. When brewed, it produces a dark reddish-brown hue, an aroma of mint and chamomile, a smooth light mint taste, and a lasting fresh mint aftertaste. Caffeine free.

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I got this from a co-worker the other day, she was in Chinatown in San Francisco and bought a bunch of tea and wanted to share with me.

Spirits? What does that mean? Well, apparently it means mint and chamomile. It smells strongly of mint, dry and infused. The color is an interesting green-brown, reminded me of that brown Zune. Kind of different. And it turned really dark as soon as the water passed through the bag! The taste though is chamomile, not a whole lot of mint. The second infusion was a little lighter, as to be expected, and as it cooled, the mint came out a little more. It’s an interesting mix of chamomile and mint, maybe not to my liking.

Somehow, I just don’t think ghosts taste like this.

Ricky

lol, hey you never know, ghosts might just be minty. Actually, I see them more as tasting like cotton candy.

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