Fruity Ginger

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Figs, Ginger, Papaya Pieces, Pear, Rose Buds, Rose Petals
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It’s no surprise that we’ve dedicated a tea exclusively to ginger. Not only is its spicy, sharp taste distinctive and delicious, but it has gained a reputation as a natural method of increasing overall health. Known for treating nausea and upset stomach, ginger has also been credited for easing muscle spasms and cramps and even soothing menstrual pain. Added apple, fig and melon cubes are the perfect compliment to the peppery taste of this herbal blend, and the pink rose buds make it as easy on the eyes as it is our stomach.

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This was an old fave under Teaopia. It is still a fave now. I think this will be on my list of rotating “permanents”. I generally get sick of any tea after its been in my cupboard awhile, but I’ll be restocking this one often! Closest I can get to having a constant supply.
Sighs. The ginger and fruit zing just really gets me. Happy day! :D

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4074 tasting notes

A little bit ginger. A little bit fruity. A whole lotta rose. A flavor that’s odd and out of place and emphasized by the grapefruit Perrier used to make this a teapop. Blech!

Indigobloom

really?! maybe you got extra rose in yours. I hardly notice it in mine

VariaTEA

I noticed it in both cups I had however I think it depends on how you feel about rose

Indigobloom

I’m not a huge fan of rose. This one tastes more like ginger fruit pop to me

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