Verbena

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  • “This is a purchase that had me thinking, “Oh no, what have I done.” The tea bags do not smell good. As I mentioned in another tasting note, I grew up with Lemon Verbena in the garden and I know...” Read full tasting note
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This slightly lemony-flavored herbal tea, Verbena has soothing properties and acts as an aid to digestion.

A native of Chile, Verbena was introduced to Europe at the end of the 18th century and is now grown in Morocco and around Grasse in the south of France.

It is used in cooking, as an essential oil in cosmetics, and of course, as a herbal tea best enjoyed after a meal.

We suggest to enjoy this tea in the evening.
Main flavor: Lemony notes

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This is a purchase that had me thinking, “Oh no, what have I done.” The tea bags do not smell good. As I mentioned in another tasting note, I grew up with Lemon Verbena in the garden and I know the smell. This does not smell right.

Luckily, after adding hot water the aroma gets slightly like the lemon verbena plant, but there’s another weird element to the smell — yikes. I so hope I did not make a mistake in buying this tea.

The taste is not bad. Oh thank goodness! It’s a little sour but it does not taste like it smelled in the bag. This makes a nice tisane. I bet this would be a good mix with other herbs — I’ll have to try that since I impulsively bought a whole box without trying it first. I have lots to experiment with! According to Kusmi this tea is good for digestion. I’ll have to try it as an after-meal tea.

Note: I did not steep the the full time called for — perhaps about half the time. This was good for me and I’m glad I did as I imagine that steeping it longer would result in more of a sour taste.

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