drank Egyptian Licorice by Yogi Tea
390 tasting notes

an interesting tea with an interesting name.

orange and cloves, an inherant sweetness so that it can be taken clear with no regret. i am uncertain as to what name i would have named this little work of art, but the work ‘chai’ likely would have worked its way into the title most likely. not a trace of anise… an excellent tea despite the inaccurate name.

195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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