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This is a great tasting tea regardless of your needs. It’s a mild flavored, no caffeine tea with a nice touch of mint. I enjoy peppermint tea as well as Moroccan Mint tea. I was looking for a tea specifically low in histamines and came across Moringa. I had no real idea what it tasted like and after reading some reviews bought this smaller bag to try in case I didn’t like the taste. I was pleasantly surprised that it’s delicious. I brew it at school by placing a bag into filtered water, placing it in a mason jar overnight and the next day I have tea that’s brewed. I prefer ice tea to warm at school as I’m a teacher and things don’t stay hot for long. I have been drinking this every day and really enjoy it. It’s mild with a nice minty taste. It is reminiscent of peppermint tea or even Moroccan Mint but without caffeine. I really like it. Highly recommend it.
Kelsey Smith –
I’ll be honest, I picked this brand on a whim. I needed some spearmint tea and Amazon was the most convenient. I saw this brand labeled as a small business so I thought, yeah why not? Wow, I am so glad I chose this one! The packaging, the company’s sustainability efforts, the flavor, all perfect! I will be sticking with this brand for my herbal needs in the future. The tea is delicious, it’s packaged in an eco friendly manner, and it’s affordable. Literally couldn’t ask for anything else. Thanks for your great product!
This is a very smooth tasting tea. You don’t need to steep it too long, only for about three minutes. I don’t use sweeteners so I can’t say how it works with honey or sugar or any other sweeteners. I like my teas with a pure smooth taste and I’m not into a sharp tanic taste but for those who like a sharper tasting tea, just let it steep longer.
I bought three different flavors of this Organic tea and each was a milder version of other brands of the same flavor of tea. I’ve been drinking Earl Grey tea for a long time and love the flavor. As stated above, this tea is a bit milder version than I’m used to but still has the same taste. I also use Lady Grey tea which is also a more subtle but similar flavor to Earl Grey. Very nice packaging and great tea bags with no additional cardboard or strings attached. Recommend it and will purchase again.
I have made a quite a few cups of great ginger tea from this product. Allowing for a few good minutes of steeping can create a nice strong tea for those who love the taste of ginger and/or seek the medicinal benefits of it- particularly to aid in digestion and other GI issues for a natural way of tackling them. The natural hemp packaging is a nice touch for those who are concerned with the environment too.Highly recommended!
Review for: Organic Earl Grey Loose Leaf Tea 16oz bag (1pound), bought September 2020.The underlying black tea is a good mix of Keemun and Assam. The Keemun makes for a lighter tea that does not drown out the Bergamotte oil, or force an amount that makes the tea taste soapy. Twinings itself has replaced most of the real Bergamotte oil with extract and their website doesn’t say how much real Bergamotte is left. I still like Twinings Earl Grey, it’s been my family tea for more than half a century, but knowing that this organic product uses only the real thing (2% organic Bergamotte content, as per ingredient list) is an extra star in my book. The tea that arrived was super fresh with an aromatic scent (expiry date end of January 2023), which is important as the bergamotte oil fragrance and tea aroma will evaporate over time.The taste is a delicious, light to medium strength Earl Grey, great on its own or (for lighter taste) mixed with 1/3rd Darjeeling. If you are used to soapily strong Earl Grey variants or those made with Assam alone, you may find it too light. If you like Twinings, you’ll probably like it alot.I have not been able to do a direct taste comparison side by side, as I ran out of Twinings before this arrived, but as I am sitting here, sipping a cup of the hot, dark-golden liquid with a small teaspoon of cane sugar, tasting a well balanced mix of light black tea and bergamotte oil, I am letting out a satisfied sigh. I am finding this one to be an excellent substitute.Update 2021: Had 3 1-pound-bags of this in the meantime, and all of them were perfectly aromatic and tasty.Preparation instructions:Serve in thin-lipped bone-china cups of approx. 6oz size (better sensory experience than mugs for delicate teas, see image).Use 2 tea pots and a straining sieve: one pot to steep the leaves and another to strain the brewed tea into, in order to get the leaves out before they turn bitter.Bring 3 cups / 24 oz of water to boil, pour over 6g (0.22oz) Earl Grey tea leaves while still boiling. The leaves should float freely in a pre-warmed tea pot. For less or more tea, just multiply or divide water and tea by the same amounts.Strain after no longer than 3 minutes of steeping through a tea-straining sieve into the serving tea pot. (I am setting a timer to 2:40 min brewing time and don’t stress over 20 seconds more). When I strain the tea, I either stirr the leaves right before, or let the leaves drip from the sieve after straining, to get all the full, concentrated tea. (if you accidentally steeped it too long, you can try decanting without stirring the leaves and it might save you from a bitter experience). I drink it with a little cane sugar and a piece of bread with something sweet on it, and thereafter, my brain starts working. If you are a Trekkie and have not tried what Picard’s favorite drink really is about when properly prepared, this is it. If yours is bitter, you either use too much tea or you let it steep too long.Oh, and I never use tea bags for black tea. It is filled with the tea dust that is breaking off from the properly dried tea leaves, the leftover after the leaves have been packaged. That tends to make for an overpoweringly strong tea, plus the dust tends to seep into the tea itself. Either that or (with luxury versions=filled with proper leaves) it does not have enough room for giving off its taste. Free floating is the way to go.If you want to avoid the garbage getting all wet, just leave the used leaves to drip and dry in the sieve over the pot you used for steeping before throwing them away.Disclaimer: this is the first time ever I bought this product. I have picked and paid it myself and have nothing whatsoever to do with either FGO, Amazon or Twinings. This is a pure tea enthusiast’s review article and I hope you enjoyed it and your tea.
When you think of Red Raspberry leaf tea, your probably think it’s just for pregnant women,-but- it’s great for everyone! Not just labeled for girls and women, everyone!A couple fun facts I learned!1. It’s an immune booster that helps fight against both respiratory AND stomach bugs! Enjoy some of this tea with the fam during the winter months when that ish is going around!2. Helps regulate hormones in any adults/ young teens3. A source of calcium, an added benefit if pre-menopause/menopausal🫖I like to make this tea in a glass 1 1/2 quart pitcher of cold water, using 5-7 tea bags, add honey and let it brew in the fridge a few hours.
Idk if it does anything for pelvic pain/endometriosis but I like drinking this tea. I make a large pitcher and mix half lemonade or juice. Helps me stay hydrated. My spouse also tried the tea and likes it so we might need to consider auto ship in future.
I bought the 100 tea bag container as I’d read about the potential liver health benefits of Milk Thistle tea. I figured I’d probably be wasting my money and gave it a 50/50 shot that I’d even sort of like the stuff. Oh my gosh was I wrong! This is my new favorite herbal tea. I have 2-3 cups of it a day. Every time I have a cup, any craving for sweets disappears. It has a toasty coconut smell and taste that I find simply divine, with hints of vanilla and macadamia. It’s so satisfying!
I bought the dandelion tea for its herbal benefits, however, I really enjoy the taste. The bags are circular and fit nicely in the bottom of my mug. Also, I like that this product is organic!