Coconut Kava Cream

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  • “This is sooo good. So good it got me wondering what a Kava is and where can I invest in some to roll around in happily with my truck of coconuts and barn of dairy cows. The roasted mate and rooibos...” Read full tasting note

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Sip this tea and lazily watch shooting stars in your bedroom, then uncoil your mind across the universe or perhaps just park it on a tropical island and soak in some rays. This tea has a dark, rich, velvety taste with a touch of sweetness, like the memory of your first love. In each of our souls is a secret. Share yours with this tea. By the way, dont worry if you dont know what a Kava is its a plant that grows in Polynesia, famous for its relaxing qualities. But isnt everything in Polynesia relaxing?

Goodness Factors:
While the Mate in this tea will help you
focus, the Kava will help you relax.
Kava also counteracts ovarian cancer;
we bet you dudes were sweating bullets
over that one. But it has other immune-
enhancing qualities as well. Speaking
personally, wed just like to be immune
to mean people. Kava also promotes a
sense of clarity and well-being. Send
some to your local politician.

Ingredients*Roasted Mate, Red Roobois, *Kava Root, all natural *Coconut Cream flavoring. (ingredient is certified organic) Certified Organic by PCO

DO NOT DRINK THIS TEA if you have or have had liver problems, frequently use alcoholic beverages, or are taking any medications.

Kava came under the FDA’s scrutiny after a number of European reports that it might cause damage to the liver – including hepatitis, cirrhosis, and liver failure. German & Swiss health authorities have identified approximately 30 such cases, including four cases requiring transplantation, and one death. As a result, regulatory agencies in Germany, Switzerland, France, Canada, & the U.K., have taken actions ranging from warning consumers about the potential risks of kava use, to removing kava-containing products from the marketplace. In the U.S., FDA has received several reports of kava-related liver damage, including a report of a previously healthy young woman who required a liver transplant. Although the incidence appears to be rare, FDA believes consumers should be informed of potential risks.

Kava is ranked among the top 10 herbs sold in the United States and Europe. In a double-blind clinical study testing Kava’s reputed stress relieving properties, Kava was proven not to relieve anxiety more than the placebo (study conducted in 2005 by the University of California: San Francisco). Conclusion: There’s no reason to risk your liver in the hope that you’ll be less stressed out. Drink a different tea!

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This is sooo good. So good it got me wondering what a Kava is and where can I invest in some to roll around in happily with my truck of coconuts and barn of dairy cows.

The roasted mate and rooibos give this tea a round earthy base that is smoothed out by the coconut and the cream. Together it reminds me of toasted coconut candies. I’m still not sure what kava tastes like but this has a note of something sweet. I just looked up what kava tastes like naturally and that appears to be saw dust so that is not what ever is sweet. But in any event this is the best bagged tea I’ve had. They flavors compliment perfectly.

I LOVE this tea.
- full review at didn’t want to clutter here with wiki researching

Boiling 5 min, 30 sec

Last time I tried anything with Kava I couldn’t think straight for about 2 or 3 hours! This won’t be a tea that I will try. Ever since then, I avoid Kava. It was like being drunk, but not in a good way.


That sounds wonderful!

@fcmonroe Both coffee and cigarettes have given me similar experiences… not fun. I try to avoid both in the evening if I’m already feeling tired. Thankfully, tea has never done that to me.


Wow…yum! This sounds worth a try. Also, I like the name Tiger Wing Tea. I’m such a sucker for cool packaging and labels.

Madison Bartholemew

@LENA … yes YUM YUM YUM and they have the funnest packaging I’ve seen in a long time. Totally awesome.
@fcmonroe you’re right apparently kava actually can mess with the chemicals in your brain so I’m surprised more people don’t understand to be cautious.

Madison Bartholemew

CHAroma… I am only going to say this once. I will be deleting your comment.

It is rude beyond imagining to imply that I am STUPID enough to not look at what I am putting into my body before I drink it. And I will now imply that you are quite silly for buying it before the research and therefore being shocked by the medical implications.

And secondly, how dare you link to your, must be more useful, post of a vaguely related tea with one common ingredient. Quit fear mongering about ingredients and experience something.

I fear death and leaving a pristine corpse. Mine will be mangled and I will enjoy every second of it.


Sorry for trying to spread facts about a tea that could hurt you. Next time I’ll let you suffer your mangled corpse in peace.

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