Dandelion Detox

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Pu-erh Tea
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
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Organic
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Dandelion Detox is a sophisticated mash-up of traditional Chinese slimming teas and detox herb tea blends from western herbalism. Fermented pu-erh tea and oolong tea are often enjoyed during or after dim sum in Hong Kong. In Chinese, these teas are said to “cut the grease” and help the body digest rich foods. Dandelion root is an herb that is traditionally known to support detoxification. Cinnamon energizes the blend, while a hint of citrus provides quenching replenishment to restore balance.

TASTING NOTES
Roasted dandelion root provides a bittersweet cacao profile, which is enriched with fermented pu-erh and oolong teas. Saigon cinnamon simmers with sweetness, while lemon provides cleansing balance. Finishes with uplifting hints of rose geranium.

INGREDIENTS
Organic roasted dandelion root, organic lemon pieces, organic lemon peel, organic pu-erh tea, organic oolong tea, organic cinnamon, organic ginger root, organic schizandra berries, essential geranium oil.

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Rishi Tea specializes in sourcing the most rarefied teas and botanical ingredients from exotic origins around the globe. This forms a palette from which we craft original blends inspired by equal parts ancient herbal wisdom and modern culinary innovation. Discover new tastes and join us on our journey to leave ‘No Leaf Unturned’.

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This was the sachet version of this tea.

I wanted to like this, since it seems really unique in terms of its ingredient list. It even smells nice; earthy and natural with hints of cinnamon, ginger, and geranium. I thought the taste was vile though…

It was so ridiculously bitter tasting, with a more muddy/dank sort of earthiness from the pu’erh and an assaulting amount of ginger. Nothing seemed to mesh together and connect, and that weird flavour divide was only made worse by this strange finishing note of geranium. The geranium was actually the nicest part of the blend, but it felt WILDLY out of place with the cacophony of other flavours happening.

I did not finish the cup.

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