Get Charged - No. 3 (Wellness Collection)

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
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From The Republic of Tea

Herb Tea for Energy

Whatever your athletic abilities, this organic rooibos-based blend will help you get charged both physically and mentally. Simply put, health-enhancing rooibos is an antioxidant superstar. When teamed with these mighty herbs, it’s downright formidable: Eleuthero, Chinese ginseng, and Ashwaganda contribute properties that may enhance stamina, mental performance and vitality.

Ingredients: Rooibos (leaf), Eleuthero (root), Hibiscus (flower), Gotu Kola (leaf), Peppermint (leaf), Ashwaganda (root), Stevia (leaf), Panax Ginseng (root), Blueberry (fruit), Natural Blueberry Flavor.

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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422 tasting notes

This is another one from Meghann M. thank you. This tastes herb like abit minty and abit fruity and tart. I think this is decent, but the herbalness not for sure which one is abit more for me, and would like the mint and the blueberry to be stronger.


Oh I’ve SO been wanting to try this one!

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58 tasting notes

I cannot say I’m a fan of this tea. I don’t care for the “flowery” taste, and the flavors just don’t seem to mesh well. The hibiscus is overpowering. The blueberry and peppermint are nearly non-existent. If anyone out there is a fan of this, let me know, I still have over half a container left and cannot bring myself to just get rid of it. :(


FYI: Since I wrote this post I sent this one off to another steepsterite. :0

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So, my sleep schedule’s been a little off these past few months. Instead of falling asleep around 12 or 1am (like I have most of my life), I’ve been falling asleep closer to 3 or 4am, which puts me behind on waking up, which throws my day off and I’m over it. Unfortunately, the only solution I can come up with is cutting back, ever so slightly, on my caffeine-intake. Cue the herbal, caffeine-free teas.

I did, of course, make coffee this morning (I didn’t want to DIE), but I decided to brew a tea that promoted “energy and focus” but didn’t O.D. me on caffeine. To my surprise, I found one in my cabinet (it’s like a tea shop up in there). The Republic of Tea has a line of red teas, and I happen to own one called “Get Charged: Herb Tea For Energy”. Yes, please.

It has a very strong smell, which is fine with me, and the taste is pretty strong as well. This is an “organic rooibos-based blend”, which is also paired with herbs like Chinese ginseng and peppermint, stevia, hibiscus, and a few things I’ve never heard of, honestly, like Ashwagandha, and Gotu kola leaf, which purportedly grants you focus and boosts circulation. (They do point out that the FDA hasn’t evaluated their statements, so don’t rely on their teas to treat diseases and whatnot.)

I can’t swear to anything, but I have noticed that since I finished my cup about an hour ago, I’ve stopped yawning, and I’ve gotten quite a few things done, including some writing that I’ve been putting off forever. The tea tastes pretty good – the only thing I don’t really love is the intense aftertaste. I’m all for a tea tasting vivid in my mouth while I’m drinking it, I just prefer not to still be tasting it several minutes after swallowing. But that’s not every person’s opinion, obviously – some people out there are crazy about aftertastes, God love ‘em.

Final verdict? I’ll be brewing this tea quite often as an assistant to my morning coffee – the java wakes me up, while the tea keeps me focused. It’s so cute how they work together. :)

Review from my tea blog: – Crazy Tea Chick :)

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Steep Information:
Amount: 1 teabag
Additives: none
Water: 6 ounces filtered boiling water
Steep Time: a little over 7 minutes
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: citrus
Steeped Tea Smell: citrus, floral, woody
Flavor: lemon, hibiscus, floral, roobois
Body: Medium
Aftertaste: lemon, sweet
Liquor: red-brown translucent

I am not sure where I was getting the citrus from. The hibiscus flavor gets stronger as it cools. I was not getting the peppermint or blueberry.

It was a nice flavorful tea, I think I need to have a few more glasses to decide of I like it or really like it.

Post-Steep Additives: none


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23 tasting notes

This tea is okay, not that bad but not something you’ll look forward to. I usually drink it with honey and lemons to make it more tasty.

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I had this tea one day after a long hike, not sure if it worked or not. It had a decent taste. I normally put honey in my tea, but didn’t have any on me for the hike, but it was still good. First tea I like without a sweetener.

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