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drank Inka-Tee (Inca Tea) by Meßmer
335 tasting notes

I am doubtful of how representative my first encounter with lapacho tea is. For the first thing, this Inca Tea contains so much herbs and spices but the flavour is surprisingly mild and smooth. The spices aren’t overpowering and I enjoy the tangy orange flavour in every sip. Overall, it is a very light tea, which is so different from all the spiced teas I’ve tried. Does it have anything to do with lapacho?? Or is it just Meßmer?

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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