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I can only assume this is what I drank. The brand is there on the tag, and “dosha” but no “tri”.
It tasted like a mate with some spices. Having been in my cupboard for quite some time, I’d assume that the flavours are faded. Hot, I smelled cinnamon, which I don’t believe is an ingredient. Something peppery as well, which could have been the rosehips (they get peppery in old age, I think)
Thank you for the sample MissB :)
Thank you VariaTEA for the tea!
I steeped this one up late at night ‘cause as far as I could tell from the (French) ingredients it was a tisane, and therefore caffeine free. As far as taste goes, it kind of came across as that sort of ’generic’ herby “bedtime tea” type of tea. You know, very much the same reoccurring flavours: chamomile, lemongrass, ginger…
That said, it was pretty pleasant overall considering I don’t really like any of those flavours. It also did the trick, and made me sufficiently sleepy before bed. Probably wouldn’t revisit it again, though.
Thought of omgsrsly while making and sipping this one – I think it may end up on her shelf! For whatever reason, I’m having an allergic reaction to this tea, so I’ve stopped drinking it. Found it in a cute health food store in the heart of Grenoble, France, with about 10 other infusions La Vie Claire makes themselves (Infusion Après Repas, Infusion du Soir, Infusion Apaisante, Infusion Joli Tent, etc.) Quite fascinating really, that a tea company would choose to only create organic tisanes and nothing else.
Regardless, this was inexpensive, and made me think of a roast beef au jus with all the rosemary in it. Had no idea there were rosehips at all. Smells amazing.