I drank this again and I liked it. I didn’t expect to either, especially after I smelled it. Thankfully it’s not as strong as it smells.
“I drank this again and I liked it. I didn’t expect to either, especially after I smelled it. Thankfully it’s not as strong as it smells.” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown! Liking this more with one tsp of Super Ginger added, as I’d predicted. Seems to mellow out everything a bit more, and I can actually taste the tumeric this time around. Will I order it...” Read full tasting note
“(From zentealife.com) I got this one because apparently tumeric is really good for inflammation. I’m not sure I’d ever drink enough tea to make a difference, but it’s nice to have something...” Read full tasting note
Spicy ginger and smooth lemongrass add the perfect citrus note to the invigorating might of organic golden turmeric root, for a decidedly different and enjoyable tea-drinking experience. Sweet licorice root and zesty orange peel lend depth and structure to this remarkably intriguing, yet balanced herbal tea. This herbal tea has a bright vivid yellow infusion with a spicy, sweet and citrus flavor.
Ingredients: Organic ginger, organic orange peel, organic licorice root, organic lemongrass, organic turmeric, essential oil of lemon.
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(From zentealife.com) I got this one because apparently tumeric is really good for inflammation. I’m not sure I’d ever drink enough tea to make a difference, but it’s nice to have something “healthy” to sip on after my caffeine cut off.
After the 7 minute (!) steep, nothing really overpowers the ginger. There’s licorice in the aftertaste (quite strong, actually), but ginger is still front and centre.
I added a little honey, and it’s… pretty good. I think it’d be better cold, but maybe with a 5 minute steep, or cold-steeped. That licorice has such a weird sweet aftertaste that I apparently really don’t care for. With less licorice, this tea would have a super high rating. Sadly, with the licorice, I’m feeling rather meh about it. It’s not undrinkable, but it can’t even approach a licorice-free rating.
If you like licorice and ginger, this tea is for you.