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From Domo

Introducing the cure for the morning after the night you can’t quite remember.

Domo Elixo is a single-serve tea-based drink that dissolves instantly in hot or cold water.

Got a cold? Sorry, there’s no cure, but if you drink Elixo you’ll get rid of the stuffy cold feeling in your throat and the hint of cayenne will clear your sinuses right up.

Big night last night? Rejuvinate your senses, shake off that groggy feeling and start your day with a burst of honey, vitamin C and organic tea to bring you back from zombie land.

Ingredients: Honey crystals, natural citrus flavor, stone-ground rooibos tea leaves, ground ginger, camu camu, citric acid, cayenne pepper, natural orange flavor.

Directions: 1 tbsp of Elixo, add hot or cold water, stir well and enjoy. Note: to keep Elixo all natural, we didn’t add any nasty binding chemicals. If the contents separate a bit, just give them a stir and all will be well.

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1497 tasting notes

Backlogged from yesterday (I think).

Ordered this from SPUD, a local organic delivery company that offers some really great food and products, many of which originate in the Vancouver, Canada area. This is one of those products.

“Stone ground tea” is prominently posted on the packaging, and it looks like dried, ground honey (and smells like it, too). I wasn’t a huge fan of sweeteners being added to the mix already, however I love ginger teas, and this is something I could see myself drinking when feeling icky. So, I grabbed some.

It requires a tablespoon per cup, and I found it difficult to dissolve so many solids into the allotted hot liquid. I’ll try 1 tsp next time, as I used the dregs from the first cup to make another two cups, and it tasted the same each time.

This is very similar to a ginger tea I used to buy at a local Asian grocery store years ago: powdered ginger, powdered honey, add hot water, serve. I stopped drinking that one because, although inexpensive and really yummy, it was just too much sugar. I have the same issue with this tea. It’s yummy, it’s also got ground rooibos in it, however it’s just way too sweet for me.

Boiling 8 min or more

Interesting, I had never seen/heard of this until I was in London Drugs Saturday. I bought the Caramel Chai.
Will keep it in mind to use a lot less than recommended.


I definitely use 1 tbsp per cup, but my cup is about 10-11 oz, not 8. It’s especially nice to have something sweet and so gingery while out camping.

I wish they made it without all the sugar, as well. So much nicer to add your own.

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6768 tasting notes

Sipdown and backlog…TANGY! See previous notes

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4843 tasting notes

Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this tea to try.

I probably should have had some of this a couple of days ago, but since I hadn’t yet tried it, I didn’t want to drink something while sick that I hadn’t yet tasted and reviewed. Yes, I am a tea reviewer first, and my illnesses come second to that. It’s one of the sacrifices I make for my tea reviewing.

This is actually quite tasty. As a dry powder, I do get the flintstone vitamin smell that TeaEqualsBliss described in her previous tasting note.

This is quite sweet, and very flavorful. It is one that even at my worst point, I would be able to taste which is a good thing. It tastes good hot and cold. The cayenne is not a powerful flavor, but I can feel the burn-tingle of it at the finish. It has a very citrus-y taste with a peppery ginger finish. I don’t get much in the way of rooibos taste, which is a good thing.

I like it!


I was thinking of revisiting this one today actually! :)

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1908 tasting notes

Whoa this is a jolt to the system. It mostly tastes like ginger with a healthy shot of spicy cayenne pepper and a citrus tang that reminds me a bit of Neo Citron. It has the tendency to settle no matter how well the powder is stirred in, which means it gets stronger as you get towards the bottom and the last few sips nearly had my eyes watering.

I’m going to save the rest of this for the depths of winter as I’m prone to colds and this seems like something that would actually help a bit. I don’t know if I’d drink this for enjoyment – it’s a bit much for me.


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I’m not sure if I’m sick or if I’m reacting to the fire yesterday http://www.vancitybuzz.com/2015/03/port-metro-vancouver-fire-chemical-cause-respiratory-problems-today/

So I’m at home drinking ALL THE GINGER TEAS. All of them.

This one now. I pulled it out of my hiking stash (which isn’t included in my tea list, shhhhhh) and I still love it. I just wish it wasn’t so expensive, or I’d definitely stock it more regularly.

Also, I burned my tongue on this tea. Whoops.

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 4 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Oh, man! That’s scary! I hope you’re feeling better… That’s horrible. :(


It was freaky leaving work – the whole Burrard inlet was blanketed in “low laying cloud” that was all smoke from the fire. O.o Usually it’s like this: https://kevinlouie.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/img_2589.jpg


That is absolutely gorgeous…and to think it was blanketed with chemicals. :(


Ugh, terrible. :(

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