Cleanse

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  • “Grabbed a bag of this from the most recent TTB. Bleh, it just tastes like lotion to me. I get maybe a touch of ginger, but mostly lotion, so I feel okay pouring this one out. I have no idea when it...” Read full tasting note
  • ““Calm” and “energy” may be pet peeve tea names, but nothing raises my hackles as much as something labeled “cleanse”. The scent reminds me of teas labeled “sleep”, which I can generally tolerate...” Read full tasting note
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Kale smoothie, wheatgrass, “avo” on everything – been there done them all. Now for the cleanest, greenest tea ever (in our opinion!). A winning combination of green tea, lemongrass, ginger, coconut and dandelion root which not only taste fab but will treat your body to the good ol’ cleanse it deserves. Refreshing with a slight sweetness, this is delicious hot or cold.

Ingredients: Lemongrass, ginger, green tea, liquorice root, coconut pieces, dandelion leaves, lemon peel, natural flavorings, marigold flower petals.

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Grabbed a bag of this from the most recent TTB. Bleh, it just tastes like lotion to me. I get maybe a touch of ginger, but mostly lotion, so I feel okay pouring this one out. I have no idea when it was originally purchased, so it’s probably old coconut, unfortunately. That wasn’t a nice surprise.

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“Calm” and “energy” may be pet peeve tea names, but nothing raises my hackles as much as something labeled “cleanse”.

The scent reminds me of teas labeled “sleep”, which I can generally tolerate even if I don’t enjoy them. The lemongrass is prominent in scent and flavor, and I did feel like I was getting ginger in the beginning of the sip. The aftertaste is the worst part, because it feels like a coconut film on my tongue. I hate coconut (only moderately less than I hate the “cleanse” concept).

It’s probably better than celery juice (anyone else in love with Maintenance Phase?) as far as cleanses go, but as far as tea goes, this did not work for me.

teapigs advent, day 12

Shae

I agree. If it has Cleanse or Detox in the title it’s almost certainly going to taste awful. I try to steer clear of those if I can help it. I did go through a celery juice phase for about two days but that was all I could handle.

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