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I am going quite simple recently, so another tea bag.
On the tag there is a quote: “An attitude of gratitude brings opportunities”
Now to the tea:
Dry it was like mixture for mulled wine. Very spicy, not much distinctive aromas. They claim it has got Assam black tea, which I was not really sure.
They advise 7 minutes steeping time with boiling water. I had boiling water, but after 6 minutes I thought that it is enough so I guess it was around 6 and half minutes in the water. Aroma was mostly cinnamon, cloves and star anise.
It was dark brown, cloudy colour. It was not looking so bad.
Taste: quite complex and spicy, like all spices together. Quite acrid. Usually I am not really fan of these. But it was still quite drinkable – just not my cup of tea. Again cinnamony and star anise. I have finished it, but nope – as usually, chai (and Yogi brand in general) is not my cup.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Pepper, Spices, Spicy
I drink peppermint tea mainly for the health benefits (very stomach-soothing), and I’m picky about the taste since some peppermint flavors are too bitter/strong (like Altoids). This one is a nice moderate peppermint tea, and manages to be strong without being overwhelming or too bitter. It also seems like a great bedtime choice, as I felt pretty sleepy after drinking it.
Flavors: Mint, Peppermint
I love this fresh tea. It smells and tastes so clean and delicious, exactly as the name suggests- purely peppermint. It is a very refreshing tea, and leaves the mouth cool and soothed. It also feels good in my tummy- which may just be me, but peppermint is said to help in digestion. Love it!