Licorice Spice

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Anise, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Licorice Root, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Orange Oil, Orange Peel
Licorice, Spices, Anise, Cinnamon, Orange Zest, Vanilla, Fennel Seed, Sweet, Earth, Medicinal, Orange Blossom, Cardamon, Orange
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 15 sec 2 g 13 oz / 376 ml

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  • “Oh sweet sweet licorice, how I adore thee!! when I’m not well that is. Wow. I think I need to buy me some more of this one. It’s amazing!! I love it. I’m getting a whole whack of licorice up...” Read full tasting note
  • “My first encounter with this tea had me expecting a strong anise flavor as that is what most people would expect upon seeing the word licorice. It was a happy surprise to find that the dominate...” Read full tasting note
  • “I had this tea today at a friend’s house. It was true to it’s name and delivered a strong licorice flavor with tones of cinnamon, orange peel, clove and other spices. I enjoy licorice on...” Read full tasting note
  • “I made a cup of black dragon pearls to bring to work with me, and promptly left it on the counter at home. I have no energy this morning – I slept sitting up because of my acid reflux and still...” Read full tasting note

From Stash Tea Company

For our unique Licorice Spice tea we combine the finest licorice root from Europe, cinnamon from Sri Lanka, star anise from China, orange peel from the U.S. and sarsaparilla from South America. The result is a delicious dessert-like tea, good anytime, but especially enjoyable in the evening, as it’s caffeine free.

Licorice Spice is an exclusive blend for Stash Tea. It is both sweet and spicy with the distinct yet subtle flavor of black licorice. Our Master Blender ensures that each handcrafted batch is perfect. Special care goes into the purchase of the herbs and spices which we buy from all over the world for this unique blend.

Bulk Tea: Cinnamon, Licorice Root, Orange Peel, Star Anise, Nat flavor of Vanilla, Sarsaparilla, Orange Oil, Natural flavor of Cinnamon, Natural flavor of Clove, Natural flavor of Cardamom

Tea Bag: Licorice Root, Cinnamon, Orange Peel, Chinese Star Anise, Natural flavor of Vanilla, Sarsaparilla, Orange Oil, Natural flavor of Cinnamon, Clove bud oil, Cardamom oil.

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53 Tasting Notes

545 tasting notes

I hate licorice in tea. I really do. I am not going to give this tea a super low rating though, just because I don’t like licorice. In all truthfulness, it’s not a bad tea. I just can’t get past the licorice flavour in it or any other tea that has licorice flavour in it, for that matter. Any person who adores licorice in tea will likely love this because licorice is definitely front and centre with some other spices mingling in the background. This tea came in a sampler pack that I received for Christmas from a friend so luckily there are only 3 of each variety. I am not a wasteful person so even if I’m not crazy about a tea, I always use it all up no matter what. However, it’s a bonus that my cousin is coming to visit for a few days as he drinks a lot of tea and isn’t picky so the remainder of this tea will gleefully and undoubtedly be finished up by him.

Flavors: Licorice, Spices

Maddy Barone

I have a box of that in a bottom drawer. I seem to recall I didn’t care for it either. And I do like black licorice. But it moderation. One or two pieces of it are enough for me.


The thing is, I like eating black licorice. Like those black Twizzlers, yum! So it seems odd that I don’t like black licorice flavour in other things, but I don’t. I’m funny that way. I like apples but not apple juice. I also like coconut but won’t touch coconut cream pie. Go figure!

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3 tasting notes

A solid licorice tea. I tried this as a cheap alternative for Yogi’s Egyptian Licorice, and it does pretty well. The vanilla (and possibly sarsaparilla) is a little off-putting, I think, and dominates too heavily (especially if steeped too long) making it a little too sweet for my palate.

Flavors: Anise, Cinnamon, Licorice, Orange Zest, Vanilla

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32 tasting notes

I love licorice and I’ve been drinking this tea for years. It just tastes like licorice root to me. It’s best hot. I noticed yesterday that it develops flavors that I don’t care for as it cools.

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1991 tasting notes

This tea is a bit too sickly sweet for me when it is made hot, but that is mostly my personal preference. I can taste licorice root, citrus zest, cinnamon, and some other spices. The flavour is quite complex.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Earth, Licorice, Medicinal, Orange Blossom, Sweet

Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 350 ML

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Someone at work bought Stash’s herbal sampler for everyone to drink and I couldn’t help but go through it to see if there was anything that caught my attention. Turns out, of the blends that were left after the employees dug in this was the only one I’d yet to try! So, got on that after the dentist. Of course, I wasn’t allowed to drink anything hot that day so I had to brew this up and then let it cool down to room temp before I could drink it. Licorice Spice is definitely an accurate name; the dominating flavours were anise and licorice root but they were supported by notes of cinnamon and clove. Also, I found this just a touch peppery. Pretty nice overall.

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511 tasting notes

This tea is exactly what the name would suggest: a strong, chai-like spice blended with a licorice flavor that leaves a lingering sweetness in the back of your throat. Personally, I find this one too sweet to drink on an everyday basis, but I could see myself really enjoying it when I have a cold.

Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Licorice, Sweet

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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112 tasting notes

I love this licorice spice tea! it has a real pleasant and cheerful taste.

200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more 9 OZ / 266 ML

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47 tasting notes

A solid licorice tea! Not quite as full a flavor as Yogi’s Egyptian Licorice, and somewhat drier. Still, this is tasty!

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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5 tasting notes

Seeing as I’m drinking my first cup right now I probably shouldn’t be writing a review yet but lets just go with it! First reaction?

I bought this hoping it would help with this cold I’m getting. So far its really soothing to my throat, and maybe its just a placebo thing, but i feel like its helping with my congestion. The taste however I’m not a fan of. The sweetness lingers and reminds me of stevia or any of those other artificial sweeteners that I find just taste horrible. I’m a tea newbie (got into tea like 6 months ago) so I have nothing to compare it to but if all licorice teas are this sweet I don’t think I’m a fan :s But it seems to be doing the job so I’m sure I’ll be able to work through this box… eventually.

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4 tasting notes

This tea has more of a cinnamon flavor to it than anything. That said, this is definitely one of my favorite blends — it has just the right amount of sweetness, and all of the flavors work together beautifully. Plus, the smell coming from the package is just wonderful.

6 OZ / 189 ML

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