Turmeric Ginger Ninja

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Chai Herbal Blend
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
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  • “My body is being extra rebellious today. I do not appreciate this; I indulged the need for rest and recovery yesterday, but I’m still in pain and now I’m just annoyed. There are things I wanted to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Adventaggedon Day 9: Tea 5/7 This reminded me a lot of the Turmeric Relief from World Tea House from earlier in the advent, but without the rooibos and also just less peppery in general. I’m not...” Read full tasting note

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Busting with good stuff thanks to the carrot and ginger, we’ve given this wholesome herbal a hit of power-packed turmeric. It’s a supercharged organic wonder sip loaded with sweet, earthy notes.

Tastes of sweet carrot, fresh ginger and earthy notes.
This tea is sealed fresh inside a compostable plastic bag packed into a colourful recyclable cardboard box. Store in a cool, dry place.
Free from caffeine makes this the perfect partner for anytime of the day.
Best brewed 3-5 minutes using freshly boiled water in your favourite loose leaf tea infuser. Perfect on its own.
100% Certified Organic. From fruits to spices, tea leaves to herb bushes, 100% of our tea is sustainably sourced.

100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: Carrot, ginger (26.5%), liquorice root, chicory, beetroot, turmeric (5%), black pepper
CONTAINS LIQUORICE – People suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption.

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My body is being extra rebellious today. I do not appreciate this; I indulged the need for rest and recovery yesterday, but I’m still in pain and now I’m just annoyed. There are things I wanted to get done today besides being stuck in bed or on the couch! Ok, thanks for letting me complain, and I promise it’s relevant to this tasting note.
I wasn’t in any condition to make my own tea and I wanted something anti-inflammatory, so I asked my partner to make me some ginger tea. What I meant for him to make was the Harney Ginger Lemon. What he actually made was this, which is kept in a repurposed, relabeled Harney tin directly above the Ginger Lemon. So I take a sip and immediately think “oh no what happened.” He confirmed that he made this and didn’t even know we had the Ginger Lemon! Complete facepalm moment. I’m making the best of this unpleasant (admittedly not the end of the world) situation by at least making a tasting note.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I do not like this tea. Maybe it’s the carrot. Maybe it’s the licorice root. These are ingredients that I have enjoyed just fine in other blends but something just feels off about the specific combination and ratio of ingredients here. I would swear there’s stevia in here if I didn’t know better. Plus this blend has ginger in the name, it’s the second ingredient, but I have never found the ginger to be particularly noticeable – it’s drowned out by that unusual sweetness. But my partner doesn’t mind this blend at all and is always surprised by the vehemence of my reaction, so YMMV.

Dustin

Carrot and licorice is an odd combo! I get carrot and ginger… but licorice?!

Kaylee

Right?! Thank you! Like, what’s beetroot doing in here too?

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Adventaggedon Day 9: Tea 5/7

This reminded me a lot of the Turmeric Relief from World Tea House from earlier in the advent, but without the rooibos and also just less peppery in general. I’m not sure if it’s because I added coconut milk but I also felt like there was something about the finish of this that was very sweet. Kind of in a weird and out of place way. The coconut milk did mellow some of the spice harshness though and complimented both the turmeric and ginger.

I’m not the target customer for this (by a long shot) but I understand that there is someone who wants this kind of blend, and it was nice seeing a very different side of T2 than what has been in the advent so far.

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