Don’t normally like licorice in tea. This was a tasty surprise!
“This is very much a two-note sort of tea. First you get the cooling, herbal, almost bitter taste of the mint. Then, as that fades out, the sweet, almost sugary licorice flavour fades in to take...” Read full tasting note
“I’ve had this tea bag in my cupboard for quite awhile. It has been glaring at me, but I’ve been resisting because I don’t usually care for licorice. Strangely though, it sounds...” Read full tasting note
“Sickeningly sweet. I enjoy the spicy and sweet notes of Yogi Detox, and was hoping that this herbal tea would be a nice alternative. Unfortunately, I think they went overboard with the Stevia Leaf....” Read full tasting note
“Yogi Tea make some of my favorite tea bags. And I can’t say no to licorice OR mint! My first few sips this morning were perfect. The first note is mint, followed by licorice,...” Read full tasting note
Breathe in the luscious scents of organic licorice and refreshing peppermint in our Egyptian Licorice Mint. Treasured for its natural sweetness and healthful properties, licorice has been used in many herbal traditions to soothe the stomach. To this richly flavored herb we add peppermint, traditionally used as a digestive aid, to create an intriguing blend that delights your palate as it soothes your tummy. Finally, a spicy Ayurvedic blend of cardamom, cinnamon, ginger and clove adds warming and cleansing properties. This deliciously healthful blend offers an enlivening boost any time of day.
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I am a huge licorice fan so to find this taste in a tea is excellent and makes it an automatic favorite for me. Because I really want to get that taste out I prefer this tea steeped for several minutes, and it doesn’t taste as strong if you re-use the tea bag a second time (as I often do at work) so that brings my rating down a bit. I agree with the other notes that the mint isn’t a strong component, but its hard to say without a direct comparison to their non-mint version. I’ll definitely try that one as well. This tea is definitely flavorful enough on its own that you shouldn’t need any milk or sweeteners.