This is a nice, relaxing green tea for difficult days. When I am stressed out with work, this blend really helps me get in the right state of mind to cope. I do not find the liquorice overpowering, it is actually balanced quite well with the mint.
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An exotic journey
Explore Northern Africa, from its souks to its deserts, with this intense combination of spices and mint. It combines organic, fairly-traded green tea and peppermint with organic cardamom, ginger, licorice root, fennel clove and black pepper. Deliciously sweet, with all the romance of the Maghreb.
Ingredients: Cardamom, peppermint, ginger, Japanese-style Hojicha green tea, licorice root, fennel, clove, black pepper.
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1.5 tsp in my teaball, brewed in-cup.
This is easily my favroutite minty tea that I’ve tried so far (perhaps tied with Santa’s Secret, but that’s more of a chocolate mint…). The green tea mutes the mint just enough to make it delicious but not as overpowering as I sometimes find mint to be. Second steep was just as good as the first.
This is a great tea for relaxing at night, I find. Definitely something worth having in a tea stash.
Smells nice and minty fresh.
Not a fan of ginger but I don’t smell it and hopefully won’t taste it.
when brewed the smell becomes super pepperminty and has a kick of ginger(unfortunately).
A very nice very solid green tea that does not taste like green tea.
Tastes exactly like a mellowed down peppermint tea with a kick of ginger spice,which I actually didn’t mind.
A good drinking experience but not unforgettable.
Great for sore throats and colds.A good wellness tea to keep as a staple in your home.
This tea tastes like… if mint tea and chai tea had a love child. The cardamom is a sweet surprise to my taste buds! I was disappointed to find another tea in my calendar with licorice in it, since I haven’t enjoyed the last few, but I don’t mind how it mellows this tea out so nicely. I’m usually pretty lazy about watching steeping times. But I’ll be careful with this one. The longer it steeps, the stronger the licorice gets.
Anywho, I’m pleasantly surprised! With all the mint teas in my tea stash right now, I’m not sure I’ll be buying this one right away, but I do like it!
This is my day #9 of the David’s Tea “24 Days of Tea” advent calendar.