Orange Ginger Mint

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Flavors
Anise, Ginger, Orange
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From The Republic of Tea

After Meal Herb Tea. Ginger is spicy on the tongue yet soothing to the digestive system. Mint has power to calm a stormy stomach with sweetness. This herb combo with its orange bergamot mint creates a lusciously fruity cup.

A blend of orange bergamot mint, ginger, anise hyssop, and lemon thyme.

About The Republic of Tea View company

The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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2855 tasting notes

I really do enjoy this tea. It is caffeine free, which is good for this time of day, & naturally sweet. And it’s a sipdown!
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SIPDOWN! Backlog from earlier today.

I didn’t expect to like this one. It has that bergamot stuff in it. blech. But this is actually a pretty decent tea for a bagged, on the go sort of tea. I like that this is slightly orangey, with a splash of mint. I’m getting the sense that the republic of tea bagged teas are a good brand for me. They’re not too much on the terrible end of bagged teas and they offer a really nice variety with some decent flavours that are quite nice. I might look at picking up a few in the future when my stash gets a little more manageable. They can be my work teas :) Thanks again terri!

Terri HarpLady

Kind of a nice after dinner tea…especially when you’ve eaten a little too much :) Glad you enjoyed it!

Hallieod

So glad I read the “blech” to bergamot before including a sample of either a cream Earl Grey or Palais des Thés Gout Russe 7 Agrumes, which has all the citrus but mostly tastes of bergamot!

Sil

Hallie – feel free to toss in the cream earl grey. While i don’t typically enjoy earl grey i am always willing to try bergamot teas here and there :) Never learn if you don’t try new things!

Terri HarpLady

That’s the spirit, Sil! I keep trying them, & have actually found a few that I like, & a few others that can be tolerable. Of course, none of them will ever replace straight black, nothing will, but once in awhile…in the right mood…

Hallieod

I like your attitude! :) Will do then.

Sil

guys how else am i going to drink ALL THE TEAS!

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This is the last of the new teas we’re carrying where I work. I had sort of been avoiding this one because it was herbal and I’m not really a fan of orange teas. The bag smells very strong, like mint, ginger, and especially anise. That licorice aroma! It’s powerful and a little scary.

As it steeps, the water turns pale green, then eventually a sort of murky greenish brown. I know for a fact that there’s no fennel in this, but it sure smells like it. I detest fennel. The taste is not much different from the smell. The most dominant flavor is tingly anise, followed by orange, then mint. As usual with The Republic Of Tea, the ginger is barely noticeable, which is a disappointment I should expect by now. Essentially, this tastes like watered-down medicine and I will not touch it again.

Another afterthought — The combination of spices in this reminds me of oregano. I’m thinking pizza sauce here.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
KeenTeaThyme

A pizza tea?! Sounds like a challenge for Frank! ;)

Tabby

You know, some things might be beyond Frank’s help. XD

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I’m liking this a little less each time I taste it … was handy at work today; was a nice complement to frozen/microwaved potstickers, but still a little medicinal in nature. Drank more out of duty (can’t stand to see a homeless tea sachet go to waste) than for pleasure.

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This is one of six republic of teas selections available where I work. I have been trying to alternate this with Earl Greyer to cut back on caffeine. This is a mediocre tea that smells and tastes a bit like medicine. It works as a hot beverage. I really should bring some of my own teas into work. My cabinet would thank me!

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The Final Sipdown: Day 3.2

Oh sweet mercy.

Figuring I’d get rid of the last of my RoT free sample-in-the-mail things, I steeped this one up. Smelling the tea bag, it reeked of black licorice. Must be the anise. Not a good sign for me.

The taste is pretty terrible. Something in there makes my tongue tingle in an uncomfortable way – like when I take a bite out of something that has way too much pepper on it. I’m pretty sure that’s coming from the ginger. One time, a friend gave me a ginger candy and I got that same uncomfortable tingly feeling. Now it’s scratching at my throat. Ouch.

There’s a faint syrupy note that almost but not quite tastes of orange. And the aftertaste has a mix of mint and ginger on it, but it’s not exactly tasty. And also, black licorice. I get hints of it every now and then, and I have now had enough of this to write what I consider to be a satisfactory description and will be tossing the rest of it.

Easily the best thing about this tea, however, is the coloring. It’s got a hazy, frosted glass quality to it and the liquid is a nice, deeply hued, mandarin-amber color. | http://bit.ly/bhNPbH

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Jillian

Tazo’s Sweet Wild Orange had a nice colour too, I seem to recall. ;P

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I am familiar with how stingy this company is with the content of their tea bags, so I put three of them in my mason jar to cold brew and gave them several hours to steep. The result was both unusual and pleasant. Can’t say I taste the ginger, but there’s a pleasantly fragrant bite reminiscent of orange peel that goes well with the sweetness of the anise. The mint is a bit wild and weedy but works well with the other flavors.

This came to me free in a sample box from my big sis, HarpLady. I probably won’t take out a second mortgage to buy another tin of this variety but it’s an unusual blend and a surprising change of pace.

Tabby

I know, I can never taste the ginger in any of Republic Of Tea’s stuff.

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Considering I’m not a big licorice fan, it came as a bit of a surprise to me that I liked this tea. I have a full canister of it (bagged), and I probably drink it a few times a month.

The tea in the canister smells herbal and spicy, almost medicinal, but in a good way. You can definitely smell the ginger and anise. It smells similar while brewing, but a bit less strong. This is a tea that benefits IMMENSELY from honey – all you need is a few drops, and the flavor changes from a weak, somewhat gingery/anise tea to a nice strong and complex ginger mint with a hint of citrus. For some reason, I like that this tea tastes a bit medicinal (in the herbal sense, not in the cough syrup sense), but I do have to be in the mood for it. It does leave a bit of a tingle in my throat from the ginger, but I like that too.

I like this tea after meals, when I feel like I may have eaten a bit too much, or the food just isn’t sitting quite right. It’s very easy on the stomach.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I hope a cup of this today at the st louis bread company with a bagel. It was pretty good a little ginger a little mint and abit of bergamont. I thought this was pretty good.

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This is a very strong flavored tea. I really like it for after dinner or when you are looking to wind down. Any upset stomach you have will be put down with a cup of this tea. Never had it cold but anything with mint seems to be good cold.

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