It’s okay, but nothing to ride home about.
“Wake up tea at work. Not in the mood for my guayusa blend as I had it yesterday, not feeling Stormy Night (too cozy) so this one it is. This might be a sipdown? I will have to look when I get home....” Read full tasting note
“I am doing an internal happy dance because I’ve basically put this one to bed. I have one more cup’s worth or so left from the initial bagged tea stash. It was one of the first I...” Read full tasting note
“Feeling a little groggy this morning so I tried this out in hopes that it would give me a bit of a wake-up. The smell of the tea make me think of some sort of scented cleaner – something...” Read full tasting note
“I re-visited this one yesterday, and liked it, though I overdid the sugar/honey factor. With about one spoonful of sugar, a drop of honey, and 2 minutes steep time, this gives a nice, gingery taste...” Read full tasting note
A soothing blend of green teas with hints of ginger and pear.
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It’s strange. I can surely taste the ginger and the pear…
but together it tastes like tap water.
It’s not bad if I drink it mindlessly while I’m studying or writing, but
if I actually try to have a ‘tea-moment’ (hahah) then it starts to taste like soap.
tap water soap and swimming pool water. oh nos
I thought the tea tasted OK. There was a very strong ginger taste, almost overwhelming. If I didn’t like ginger I think it would have been too strong. A friend had given me a few packets because my stomach had been upset. I can’t say that the tea helped, but it didn’t hurt.
This tea is not particularly soothing to my palate … the ginger is too strong and I have no idea what they mean when they say hints of pear … the pear is pretty non-existent. It is excellent for settling motion sickness, morning sickness, or any other sort of nausea, however, and I drank it often while pregnant.