Ginger Zest

Tea type
Flowering Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Cinnamon, Elderflower, Ginger Root, Licorice Root
Flavors
Cinnamon, Elderflower, Floral, Ginger, Licorice Root, Soft, Spicy, Sweet
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Bulk, Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic, Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
Boiling 6 min, 30 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Ginger is warming, never straight up spicy and it’s most prominent in the steam and in the sip. The licorice root is very good here, not thickly, sickly sweet despite being steeped for 10 minutes....” Read full tasting note
    90
  • “You know what makes me smile every time? That someone is thinking about me. For instance, this tea I got for my birthday (month ago, 24th June) from my Swiss friend! She works in bakery and they...” Read full tasting note
    86

From Solaris Tea

This blend is spicy and aromatic, with warming Cinnamon and Ginger, combined perfectly with sweet Elder Flower and Liquorice Root. These herbs are commonly used to invigorate and warm the body and mind. Enjoy our unique, aromatic blend safe in the knowledge that all these herbs are certified organic.

This product allows you to enjoy all the benefits of whole leaf tea in the convenience of a 100% bio-degradable silken tea bag. All our stitched and pyramid teabags are made from biodegradable PLA derived from Corn Starch and are certified non-GMO.
40 teabags x 2g per silk bag

Directions for use

• Use 1 teabag per mug of 100°C hot water (best filtered)
• Infuse for 3-5 minutes or according to taste
• Re-infuse up to 3 time

Ingredients
Ginger Root*, Elderflower*, Liquorice Root*, Cinnamon*. *Certified Organic

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2 Tasting Notes

90
1548 tasting notes

Ginger is warming, never straight up spicy and it’s most prominent in the steam and in the sip. The licorice root is very good here, not thickly, sickly sweet despite being steeped for 10 minutes. It’s soft and carries the warmth of ginger and sweet cinnamon through the swallow. I notice the elderflower most on my breath. It’s definitely there and a nice addition. As an ingredient, it’s rarely seen in American tisanes. Overall fragrant warming, softly sweet-spicy, floral in that elderflower way.

Martin has given me so many good herbal blends from Europe that I think as a generalization they got the art of tisane on lockdown. It’s more likely, though, that he sends the good stuff my way :P

Flavors: Cinnamon, Elderflower, Floral, Ginger, Licorice Root, Soft, Spicy, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Martin Bednář

I am glad that you liked this one as well! And well, I think I rather do not drink bad stuff :)
Of course, sometimes it happens, but then I tend to keep it to myself than sharing, that’s true.

Elderflower is my favourite floral note. Maybe that’s why I actually like this one.

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1845 tasting notes

You know what makes me smile every time? That someone is thinking about me. For instance, this tea I got for my birthday (month ago, 24th June) from my Swiss friend! She works in bakery and they have this brand here. Never heard about them and the tea wrappings are great addition to my collection. And moreover, some were sent more than once, and I can swap them for other wrappings! The only downside is that they are quite pricey (for me at least). I understand that Irish (yes, it seems it is Irish company) workforce isn’t one of the cheapest in the world.

Anyway, it’s evening and I have decided to do one cold brew tea for tomorrow and one hot tea for now. Ginger with elderflower sounds interesting to me. I opened the outer wrapping, expecting ginger zap aroma, and… it is rather flowery! Yes, the elderflower overpowered the ginger in dry aroma!

Steeped for recommended 3-5 minutes and I got sweet cinnamon aroma with hue of light green, partially cloudy. Beneath the cinnamon, I am able to notice the rest, elderflowers as well the ginger.

In taste it is mild and flowery, almost honey-like in some sips. And then warmth from ginger comes, but never dominates. All complemented with nice level of cinnamon.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Elderflower, Ginger

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
Cameron B.

Cinnamon/ginger and elderflower sounds like an interesting combination!

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