Lemon Ginger Mint

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From Gryphon Tea Company

Herbal tisane of lemon myrtle, peppermint, ginger and lemongrass. Naturally caffeine-free.

Character: Light coppery liquor with spicy lemony flavor

Aroma: Zesty and fresh

Origin: China, Australia

Brewing temperature: < 95 degree Celsius

Brewing time: 6-8 minutes

Tea pairing suggestions: Excellent with chicken, fish and pork. Serve without milk.

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The teabag content was less grinded than chamomile dream, although the mint leaves are cut into rather small pieces and some pieces of ginger can be seen.
The taste is also mild and shall soon turn weak.
I could really taste both the freshness of the mint at first, then the more lingering taste of ginger; the tanginess of the lemon was to my opinion a bit overshadowed by the two previous ones, really not long-lasting and there could have been more of it in the mix. The mix is quite pleasant but is not really so very special.
This is definitely more a late afternoon / evening drink and I’m not convinced this brew is the right one to “lift my spirits for the day”, as is mentioned.
Will not buy it again, after having finished the 2 bags from the Treasure box. Not a good value for money.

200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

I had the second bag this late afternoon. It tastes nicer than I remember, though it’s quite mild and the small 2g bag does not allow for a resteep.
At 16.40 SGD (or more depending on the shop) for 20 bags *2g, it makes 41 sgd for 100 g, hence 26 Euro or 33 USD.
It’s good but definitely not worth this price to my opinion.

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I would recommend a longer brewing time (~8 minutes) for this tea because it is rather mild. Very soft and lemony… I can’t quite taste the ginger though. Perhaps because I am drinking this tea in the morning, I hope it could be more zesty and stimulating, but as an evening tea it will be perfect.

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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Fresh, invigorating, a great pick-me-up tea. Recommended also for helping to avoid on-coming colds.

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Milder than expected. However, very refreshing. Good for the bloated tummy :)

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