Le Digestif (organic)

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Herbal Tea
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Anise, Mint, Vanilla, Peppermint, Fennel, Ginger, Orange, Smooth, Citrus
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 2 g 12 oz / 346 ml

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  • “This tea is delicious and does exactly what it promises. I’ve had stomach troubles for as long as I can remember, and I’m a funny sort of lactose intolerant. I frequently forget that the main...” Read full tasting note
  • “The wonderful Little Mew Brew sent this to me ages ago, but I need it this morning as my tummy has been killing me. As I’ve said before it’s not something I could drink everyday, but I love how it...” Read full tasting note
  • “Well, this isn’t exactly how I thought I’d be spending the evening. I had anticipated sipping away at my new Butiki blends, but instead I’m hunched over a bowl throwing up scrambled eggs. I don’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “So when I woke up this morning, my stomach felt really weird. I decided that meant I should stick to teas that would soothe my stomach. Consequently, I brewed this and North African Mint. Then I...” Read full tasting note


Stop suffering
The Ancient Greeks swore by peppermint to relieve stomachaches and (OK, let’s be frank) gas. The Romans used catnip. In India, they’re into fennel seed. In China, ginger has worked for 2000 years. Other traditional remedies include sweet stevia, which reduces stomach acid, and orange peel for bloating. This smooth blend has them all. Try it. It just might do the trick. Caffeine-free.

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79 Tasting Notes

440 tasting notes

This is not a tea for me to drink while at the computer apparently, since my cat won’t leave me alone and is consistently trying to get onto the desk!

I’m honestly at a loss with this one for a description. Or a decision if I like it or not. I want to like it. I love the smell of it dry, and even brewed it smells lovely. But as I sip it, there’s something there that turns me off, and turns my stomach. I’ve been trying to figure out what it is, and I’m thinking it’s the stevia. I’ve had bad reactions to it before and more and more I’m thinking I’ll have to avoid the teas that have it. Which is sad since Davids seems to be using it more and more. (Hint, if you’re reading this DT, please please stop this trend!)

My mouth is also having an aftertaste of the fennel slightly. Which strangely I’m not minding. So yes, I’m confused!

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52 tasting notes

The flavour of this tea isn’t my favourite but it sure does help my tummy. It tastes almost creamy and thick to me with mint. Wish the mint was a bit stronger. Don’t really care for the catnip in it but my kitty is best friends with me whenever I make this tea haha. It does help with my stomach pains though, which are quite often. I have celiac disease so this tea is a must have. The taste has been growing on me though, perhaps because I feel so good after. If you suffer with stomach pains I would definitely give it a try.

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90 tasting notes

I don’t remember a lot about this tea because it was about medicine not taste, but… I got to work this morning feeling like I was absolutely about to hurl. I got to work, brewed a very strong cuppa this and within 15 minutes I was fine. And stayed that way for like 5 hours. And now my tummy ache has returned and I wish I had bought some to take home.

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170 tasting notes

I think the key ingredient here is definitely the stevia. It just brings all the other flavours together into a special blend that could easily have been pretty forgettable. Not only the natural sweetness of the stevia, but its actual taste works wonderfully with the rest, and especially with the fennel seeds. I’m really happy about this one, I thought it would taste like a hundred other herbal teas, but it does stand out!

(As for the digestive help, I can’t really say much about it, as I’ve never really had problems with digestion, but I’ll trust other reviewers that it does help!)

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570 tasting notes

My stomach hates me today. But tea loves me. Tea always loves me.

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513 tasting notes

I really liked this tea, which surprised me just a little bit! It actually tasted good enough that I would totally brew up a cup once in a while. The flavours I got were a bit of mint, some sweetness from the stevia, a tiny hint of ginger and a bit of the citrus peel I was promised. Word of warning though – my cats go insane the minute this tin opens and totally attempted to attack me tea… Nevertheless, it was good enough that I am willing to fight the cats off for a cup of this once in awhile. Also, my stomach wasn’t 100%, which was my reason for brewing this cup, and it totally seems to have done the trick to fix it!

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184 tasting notes

I had a cup of this last night, post dinner. I’ll admit, the stevia in it was a bit of a concern when I bought it, but I decided to try it anyway. And even though it is sweet, I did enjoy the cup. The anise was really prominent as well. Normally that licorice flavor is not my favorite (I have other digestif-type teas that I drink in spite of the licorice flavor). But the anise isn’t so bad as licorice is, so I enjoyed it more. It is probably one I’ll buy again. I might try a few others to compare, but I like it better than the similar Yogi tea that I’d been drinking for digestion.

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94 tasting notes

So it isn’t fair of me to give this tea an actual rating because I have mixed it with The Skinny. But this mix is really good if not a little heavy on the peppermint. I think next time I will put a little less of Le Digestif in my mix. The smell is great but there is a taste at the back of my throat that I get with peppermint. But I will try this sometime when I am not feeling well since I really think it will be good on it’s own. I just will have to make sure I don’t oversteep it.

Good mix though. I am just waiting for my cats to smell the catnip. Although one of my guys is immune to catnip. He prefers honeysuckle.

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41 tasting notes

I basically pass this out whenever my co-workers have tummy upset. Someone with Crohn’s Disease says this helps him. I’m not going to say it’s a miracle worker, but it’s pretty darn close!

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4 tasting notes

I prefer to only steep this tea for 1 – 2 minutes instead of 4 – 6. It is a very strong tea with a little kick. This tea does everything it promises with helping stomach aches and keeps you awake.

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