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Saigon Cinnamon, Sichuan Peppercorn, Lemongrass.
Saigon Cinnamon, the rarest in the plant genus Cinnamomum, originates in the central highlands of Vietnam. This infusion accentuates the uncommon qualities of this species, providing brilliant sweetness along with a comfort warmth. It is paired with lemongrass to heighten and balance flavor, while a pinch of Sichuan Peppercorn sparks the senses. A botanical experience like no other, just one cup has the ability to truly invigorate.

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Drank this as a pour over at Bloom Coffee Roasters.

This seems like a simple blend: Saigon cinnamon, Sichuan peppercorn, and lemongrass. I also happen to go nuts over those ingredients, and I am glad this was a simple herbal. The spices were all very fresh and the cinnamon was mouth-coating and warming. The peppercorn added a much needed kick in the aftertaste, and the lemongrass smoothed the rest out with a slight sweetness. Is it weird that I think lemongrass is smooth?

It’s frickin’ obvious that this is a foodie’s herbal, but I personally enjoyed it. I would probably rate it around an 85 or higher, but I have the bad tendencies to do one night stands with herbal teas. I have a great experience with them when I’m in the mood, sloppy seconds if they suck, and then I forget them altogether. If only my actual love life were as promiscuous.

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