Healthy Fasting

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185 °F / 85 °C 7 min, 15 sec

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  • “A few months ago,I drank this tea for the first time.I was not into licorice so much ,yet they appeared quite strong and sweet and a little medicine-like,so I could't manage the whole cup at last....” Read full tasting note
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    Rheya 67 tasting notes
  • “I brewed a strong pot of this after a day of culinary adventures. I didn't actually purchase this tea as a fasting support, I looked at the label and it contains several herbs I've been meaning to...” Read full tasting note
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    latteteadah 53 tasting notes
  • “So, the time has come to do a new fast. With this comes several restrictions that exclude everything but fresh squeezed juices, water and caffeine free teas. I would have a world of options if I...” Read full tasting note
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    JYoungs 18 tasting notes
  • “Whenever I am cleansing, which usually happens during Lent, this is my staple. Has a slight sweetness that get's me between meals. Yummy” Read full tasting note
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    spohkh 42 tasting notes

From Yogi Tea

A flavorful blend of traditional herbs helps detoxify the body and supports stamina and digestion as you diet. A blend of organic red clover with burdock and dandelion supports the liver in eliminating toxins. Licorice supports overall stamina, and Garcinia cambogia supports the body’s ability to stay lean. Finally, fennel and cinnamon bark improve circulation and aids digestion.

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67 tasting notes

A few months ago,I drank this tea for the first time.I was not into licorice so much ,yet they appeared quite strong and sweet and a little medicine-like,so I could’t manage the whole cup at last. Then I came across Stash ,an amazing tea company that really takes great advantage of licorice,since their usage of a little amount of licorice to add flavor&sweetness to fruit blends is impressive and subtle,meanwhile creating a satisfying sweet aftertaste.
Since I love licorice better now, I gave this another try .Hmm,sweet with the same kind of aftertaste I enjoy,this one could be definitely regarded as a yummy choice :3

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I brewed a strong pot of this after a day of culinary adventures. I didn’t actually purchase this tea as a fasting support, I looked at the label and it contains several herbs I’ve been meaning to add to my vitamin regimen. Dandelion root, licorice, and fennel, among others.

It should be noted that this isn’t a tea to drink in large quantities if you have certain health concerns – always read the label to know exactly what you’re drinking.

Licorice is the primary aroma and flavor. There’s a sweet mid-note and aftertaste. You can smell and taste the fennel on the initial part of the sip.

This is a great tea to help train your palate if you were looking for that experience. The sweets and savories are clear and appear in different stages and parts of the mouth.

The black licorice flavor is well-balanced, it stays mellow and lets the other ingredients play through. A nice end-of-day relaxing cup even if you’re not fasting.

Not a tea for people who prefer simple, uncomplicated blends.

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So, the time has come to do a new fast. With this comes several restrictions that exclude everything but fresh squeezed juices, water and caffeine free teas. I would have a world of options if I were to stick with a rooibos or honeybush variety, but I decided since this is my first fast in two years I better start it off with something full of beneficial herbs. Enter Yogi’s Healthy Fasting herbal tea supplement. In the tea bag this tea has one heavy licorice smell. One smell I have never really been able to enjoy. This was one of those moments were I should have left curiosity at the door. For the ten minutes I let this tea steep I starred at it in a semi fearful way. The color of the tea started off innocent enough, but slowly bleed into what it would look like if you made a green tea then left it for three months to sit in the sun. The time came to finally drink it. The tea has a scent of ten-plus ingredients. It was all over the place, but as a whole just did not come out smelling pleasant. The taste of the tea itself was the least troublesome part of the entire experience. Though that is not saying much considering the taste is what I would imagine a parsnip and ginger juice would taste like. YUM!……………..blah. This makes sense because around half of its ingredients are of the root family. Overall this tea does not make me happy nor is it a great way to start the mornings, but this is one of those situations were you just bite your lip, hold your nose, bear with it and say “this is beneficial to my health, this is beneficial to my health, this is beneficial to my health…”.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 8 min or more

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42 tasting notes

Whenever I am cleansing, which usually happens during Lent, this is my staple. Has a slight sweetness that get’s me between meals. Yummy

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I love teas of the root variety. I generally don’t drink such complex teas but this one is outstanding. There are so many other teas beneficial to fasting so I’m not done trying yet but this one is top of my list so far. Also, the longer you let this tea steep, the richer the flavors are. It leaves no bitter after taste.

Preparation
8 min or more

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Very delicious and sweet.

Preparation
150 °F / 65 °C 8 min or more

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