I find the flavor of this “tea” to not be very enjoyable, which came as a surprise because I am very fond of spicy things. And this drink is definitely spicy to the point where I am sure most people I know couldn’t even handle it. Seems like it’d be good to rid a stuffy nose though, but then again so is our pharmacy’s basic nose spray and that doesn’t make me struggle through a cup of liquid lava.
Right now, I am drinking a big mug of only one full sachet that I’ve dissolved in hot boiled water, to try and calm the burning stomach acid. It feels a little counterproductive to drink something so spicy, however main reason I got this drink is for it’s ailing properties, not per say for it’s taste, though it would’ve been nice had I been able to appreciate the flavor more as well.
I think this will be better enjoyed for it’s flavor when I’d use about a teaspoon from a sachet and put that in a cup of chai latte or something of the sort. To drink this purely though, is too much for me to enjoy. Anyway. It’s now been a while since I’ve finished this drink to try and get my stomach to calm down. It didn’t help at all. So I personally do not recommend this tea, neither for it’s flavor or the medicinal approach. It’s personal though.
Flavors: Ginger, Honey