February Teas

Alright, along with those January Teas, you get these Feb teas. I’m sorry about this month. Its been havoc on my mind in a way. I have gotten like nothing done reading wise either. But enough about that! TEAS

Month: February 2021

Chamomile, Vanilla, and Manuka Honey by Pukka

This tea is made from chamomile flowers, sweet fennel seed, licorice root, vanilla pod, and manuka honey flower.

This is a sweet chamomile tea. I’m not sure what manuka honey flower is, so I can’t identify the taste, however I do like this tea. It is very chamomile and vanilla sweetness.

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 4/5


Frostea by BRW Society

This tea is made from apple pieces, peppermint, lemongrass, liquorice root, eucalyptus, sugar snowmen, potato starch, flavoring, sweet blackberry leaves, natural flavoring, and yogurt granules.

This is a really sweet tea. The peppermint and lemongrass are light and it is really like frost. This is the best tea to describe the taste of winter that I’ve had. Man if you look at falling snow and are like what would that taste like (and not like ice water), this would be it. It is so good.

This tea is caffeine-free

Rating: 5/5


Berry Fields Forever by Chariteas

This tea is made from organic hibiscus, organic rosehips, elderberries, raisins, flavoring, blackberries, raspberries, sour cherry, black currants, blueberries, and grapes.

Oh that’s berry. Yup can’t do it. If you like your berry teas this tea is for you! But it is not for me. LOL

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 1/5


Lemongrass Tranquility Green Tea by Udyan Tea

This tea is made from green tea, lemongrass, and spearmint leaves.

If you put these three flavors together, this is exactly how it would taste. It is mint and lemon all at once with that green tea. The after taste is minty (probably to cover the green tea). Is it the best I’ve had? No. Is it good? Yeah. It is a very standard green tea with mint in it.

This tea has low levels of caffeine.

Rating: 4/5


So this box, I think, was better than January. I put off posting January for so long, that you are getting Feb along with Jan. I hope that as we move towards the spring months, I’ll start to love my teas again. IDK lol

MM


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