Three Licorice

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Licorice Root
Flavors
Licorice, Sweet, Sweat
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Fair Trade, Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 7 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 oz / 250 ml

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  • “Pukka Days of Christmas#23 I love licorice, but as far as I know there is the black one (“drop” in Dutch) and the wooden one (“zoethout” in Dutch), and while the black one is very easy to get hold...” Read full tasting note
    75
  • “Well, what can I say… It’s licorice cubed. Solid pseudo sweetness, sensation of thickness, overhelming taste, every single note comes from licorice. And although I wouldn’t want to drink the whole...” Read full tasting note
    85
  • “This is DELICIOUS!! I am a huge licorice fan and I’m always on the hunt for real licorice flavor!! This tea has organic licorice roots from three different places (Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and...” Read full tasting note

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Sweet treasure awaits. A tingling fusion of nature’s sweetest herbal treasure unearthed from the wilds of Kazakhstan, Pakistan and Georgia’s organic soils. Let their goodness infuse, then settle down as the sweet, nourishing riches weave wonder and warmth deep within your soul. Delicious. Your wealth is within.

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Pukka Days of Christmas#23

I love licorice, but as far as I know there is the black one (“drop” in Dutch) and the wooden one (“zoethout” in Dutch), and while the black one is very easy to get hold of in sweets and such, the latter is mainly a memory from my childhood. My mother would buy me a stick of it, and I would suck it for a long time, until I would be fed up with it. I´m pretty sure that there are still unfinshed sticks like that in drawers of my room at my parents´place. And the Dutch word says it all : zoethout = sweet (zoet) wood (hout). When I smelled the tea I went down the memory lane immediately…and I loved it, until – once again – I was fed up with it, mainly because I realized it was very sweet indeed. For once a treat, not to have regularly though.

Flavors: Licorice, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 1 g 8 OZ / 250 ML
Martin Bednář

While I don’t mind salty licorice (Salmiakki), I don’t like much any other. I can drink tea with it, but tea based on those? Not my thing I reckon.

Ilse Wouters

To try it´s OK, to drink on a regular basis I give it a pass as well ;-)

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Well, what can I say… It’s licorice cubed.
Solid pseudo sweetness, sensation of thickness, overhelming taste, every single note comes from licorice.
And although I wouldn’t want to drink the whole package og this tea, one bag is great. But beware, know what you’re getting into!

Flavors: Licorice, Sweat

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 250 ML

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This is DELICIOUS!! I am a huge licorice fan and I’m always on the hunt for real licorice flavor!! This tea has organic licorice roots from three different places (Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and Egypt), with no additives. It is deep and sweet. The box was too pretty to throw away so I cut it up and reused it for gift tags. The taste is similar to one of my favorite treats, Panda black licorice. Steeped with boiling water for 10 mins. Drank plain.

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