As can be expected from a “tummy tea”, the two principle ingredients are peppermint and chamomile. A few other strong contenders such as fennel are also thrown in for good measure. I’m not usually the biggest peppermint supporter, but it was well balanced in this blend. There’s a medicinal bite at front, a nutty/creamy lean in the middle, and a satisfyingly floral finish. Great for sleepy tummy time.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2011/04/14/review-eurotcup-tisane-for-good-digestion/

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