1 Tasting Note
This is a household of tea drinkers – well, my husband and myself actually. I have a summer affair every year with iced tea. But when the colder temps hit, it is hot tea that I crave. However, that tea cannot be overly strong and bitter. Otherwise, it turns me off.Waygood Tea’s Ginger Rooibos Cleanse does not taste bad at all. It has a pleasant flavor, without getting that bitter aftertaste I usually get with other ginger teas. It has a wonderful underlying sweetness that makes me want to go back for more. But, I know that it is not the greatest idea, because, after all, it is a cleansing tea. Now, whether or not this cleansing tea works how it is supposed to work, I cannot comment. I started taking it on the first day of influenza. Now, it did help alleviate my symptoms, but with my body ejecting everything as it was, I cannot really tell. Was it is the tea or was it the flu? Time will tell. I will continue to drink this tea because it does taste delightful. It is light and sweet without any overpowering flavor. I do recommend this for general consumption – with a note of caution.
Full disclosure: I was sent this product free of charge in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.