Relaxed Mind

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Herbal Tea
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Flavors
Lavender, Pine, Sage, Smoke, Sweet, Skullcap
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec 4 g 12 oz / 354 ml

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Expand your mind and refresh your spirit with our fragrant Relaxed Mind. Yogi’s blissful blend begins with helichrysum, used in Western Herbalism for centuries and believed to uplift the subconscious. Then we add shank pushpi, used in Ayurvedic medicine to support cognitive functions, memory and perception. We finish this unique formula with aromatic English lavender and organic sage, herbs traditionally used to gently elevate mood and nurture creativity. The sophisticated taste of this one-of-a-kind tea may bring you to a state of pure relaxation and tranquility.

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2816 tasting notes

This herbal tisane isn’t too bad, needless to say I am in favor of anything that promotes a relaxed mind, which is why I picked it up. I have a lot of teas with caffeine but it is nice to have some herbal blends as well.

Lavender is not something I’ve been incredibly fond of in tea but I like it okay here. Lots of lavender and sage, I’m not wild about it, will probably finish the rest of it off someday.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Scott B

Greek mountain tea has a natural, slightly lemony flavor. It’s herbal and caffeine-free.

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2978 tasting notes

Backlog from Monday after yoga class. There’s quite a variety of teas (mostly yogi & tazo) at the studio that I look forward to trying.

Shelyteadrinker79

I love Yoga, I’m taking it this Summer. :) I’m following you now.

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34 tasting notes

I love anything Yogi tea. I want to relax tonight. I’m meal planning for next week. I love my Hello Kitty Hot Water Kettle. I use it all the time. Currently I’m reading Beneath the Glitter by Elle and Blair Fowler. I’m getting into makeup. So at any rate, I love tea.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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Would ya believe I actually went on a hunt for this tea? I’ve enjoyed other Yogi brand teas I’ve bought before, so I went to their website to read the ingredients of various blends and see if I could find one to suit my current situation, which is that I need some herbal teas to drink late at night to help me relax without the caffeine. I also only have one herbal tea right now, another Yogi brand, and just get a little tired of drinking the same one every night, so I wanted to find another. I wanted to find something that wasn’t fruity, minty, or spicy, so that was a challenge aside from just going with the boring old one-ingredient herbal teas.

Well, enough with the anecdotes and on to the review. This tea is pretty unique compared to other herbal teas I’ve tried. The aroma of the dry bag is definitely strongly of lavender and sage. It’s a really refreshing and cool aroma. The tea tastes savory and sweet, with sage and lavender being the predominant flavors, and in fact, I would say the sage is a little bit stronger than the lavender. The aroma and flavor almost suggest pine a bit. The taste isn’t woody like I might expect from a tea like this, and there are some really light smoky hints that I attribute to the chrysanthemum flowers in it. The tea is also very sweet from the stevia leaf in it. Well, I say very sweet from the point of view of someone who very rarely ever sweetens his tea.

All in all, I think this is a really relaxing tea. It really gives me thoughts of a forest lush with trees. I’m also reminded of the clean smell of cold winter air.

There seem to be three types of herbal tea blends that are really common on the market… fruit or dessert flavored ones, minty ones like those with mint or tulsi, and spicy ones that have ingredients like ginger, clove, pepper, and chai spices. I was looking for something that didn’t fall into any of those categories, and I’ve definitely found it with this. It’s not the best herbal tea I’ve had. I’m not overjoyed by it, but I do find it unique and really refreshing, so I think it will find a good niche in my humble stock of herbal teas.

Flavors: Lavender, Pine, Sage, Smoke, Sweet

Ubacat

I am always looking for different herbal teas that don’t fit into those categories either. My choices are very limited since I can’t tolerate even the natural flavours added to teas. It must be herbs only. This tea sounds interesting except for the sage. Sage always reminds me of turkey.

Have you tried Whispering Pines herbal tea “Eldergrove”? It’s a good one. There’s also buckwheat or barley tea if you crave something roasted and grainy. Personally I love floral and would like to find some floral herbal teas (jasmine ,rose, lavender) that don’t have flavours added or hibiscus added.

Lion

I will have to check out the ones at Whispering Pines sometime. I have some roasted corn tea, which I really like. I’ve had roasted barley before. Though I admit I like them better cold rather than freshly brewed. The Yogi website doesn’t seem to mention when they add natural flavors to their tea bags, but the boxes they come in do. This one has boysenberry and lavender flavor added. It doesn’t taste like “flavor added” to me, but just a head’s up, since you don’t usually like it. And yeah, the sage is really the predominant flavor in this tea, so unless you love sage this is probably not a good one to try!

KiwiDelight

I second the recommendation of Elder Grove. It’s nothing like I’ve tasted before. It’s thick and rich like a shou and it’s very comforting.

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45 tasting notes

Tasty! Lavender to calm, sage to improve cognitive function. I added honey to mine.

Flavors: Lavender, Sage, Skullcap, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 4 g 12 OZ / 354 ML

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9 tasting notes

Dry Tea Bags:First Touch fruity, (even lychee)
but after next is so chinese herbal……
After Steel:chinese “little box” tea & lavender taste.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I’ve come across two teas from Yogi that I just don’t care for and this is one of them. The taste I get from it is overwhelmingly sage and not so much lavender. Since I’ve got most of a box left I tend to drink this one when I’m sick and can’t taste a thing. No sense in wasting good tea when I can’t taste it anyway.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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7 tasting notes

Pleasant sage, a bit too much lavender for my tastes. Oily mouthfeel. Not too bad to wind down with before bed.

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 45 sec

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11 tasting notes

Lavender! Completely lavender, with a touch of berry.

Preparation
8 min or more

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