Orange & Ginger

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A black tea blended with dry ginger that has the refreshing aroma of orange. The orange peels and marigold make this tea a beautiful one. Serve hot, iced or with milk.

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326 tasting notes

Hmm, this is better than I thought! The combination of orange and ginger doesn’t sound too exciting to me, but at least it’s not as off-putting as hibiscus and rosehip. Actually, I think I am getting to like ginger more and more :)

The notes of ginger and orange are rather mellow in this tea. The orange flavour is sweet, and there’s a bit of chocolate flavour too! The sweetness kinda neutralizes the hotness of ginger, which is good because ginger sometimes makes my mouth dry and sore. Now I enjoy the mild warmth in my cup, which help me unwind after a day of hard work… :)

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1887 tasting notes

Not a tea I would drink plain – the base is a very strong CTC with an astringent edge. The ginger and citrus notes are relatively mild in comparison.

I’ll have to try it with milk to see if that brings out the flavour better.

Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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1910 tasting notes

This smells magnificent in the tin. Citrus and ginger, yum.
I think, brewed, that this one might be a touch fiddly, as I’ve got a bitter under taste today. I may have the mess around with the brew times.
But, bitterness aside, its a really nice combination of flavors, and I like it. Its fresh and zippy, excellent for a cold morning like today.

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1113 tasting notes

Thanks for the sample Marzipan!

I really like ginger in tea, but it turns out I’m spoiled from having used fresh ginger for so long when I get that ginger craving. This is good tea, but I wouldn’t buy any… I think I’d rather add fresh grated ginger myself! I’m a ginger snob apparently :P


I liked it well enough but it’s not a reorder for me either.


Ginger absolutely deserves snobbish drinkers, this is an amazing fresh spice


i do like ginger in Whispering Pines teas. all spices are super fresh

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424 tasting notes

I like ginger a lot. I used to bring my Thanksgiving turkey in this wonderful brine that had fresh ginger in it, and it was my very favorite part of the holiday. It smells so great! We don’t eat turkey on Thanksgiving anymore – we created our own new tradition, but the smell of ginger still takes me back there.

I woke up with a very stuffy head on Saturday and decided that this tea would be just the thing to help. It’s a nice light black base that doesn’t overpower the flavors in the tea. I definitely taste the ginger, and then get a bit of orange/citrus around the edges. They are both there, but really well balanced.

If you like ginger, you will like this one.

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Feel better Marzi…


I hope you start feeling better quick!


mmm this sounds delicious!

hope you feel better soon

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I’m curious to know…if you don’t eat turkey on Thanksgiving, have you replaced it with something else? Or is your own new tradition just leaving it off the menu?

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Hope you feel better soon!


We have beouf bourguignon, baguettes and creme brûlée. Mostly because my husband didn’t grow up with Thanksgiving (he is Danish), so he doesn’t have an emotional attachment to the food, and my girls don’t really like turkey. So we made a new tradition and replaced the food with food that is special to us.

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111 tasting notes

So have I mentioned that I love ginger? Yeah, this one has been sitting on my wishlist for a while. It finally arrived in the mail yesterday, so I was eager to try a cup.

As expected, this is a well-balanced tea. Like many of Lupicia’s flavored blacks, I find the base to be on the light side, and very smooth for a black tea. The ginger is strong, especially in the scent of the dry leaf— to the point that it had an almost chemical smell to it, when I first opened the bag. But that sharpness softened out once the tea was brewed, and the orange aroma became more prominent. I like that the orange adds some sweetness to this tea… I find that ginger on its own can be pretty harsh and earthy, so the citrus note makes it more accessible. (It’s not a super-sweet tea, though, by any means! I’ll have to try it with a little sugar or honey sometime.) A nice tea for lovers of citrus and/or ginger, and useful for warming up as the weather gets cooler.

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