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Teetotaler: Good Earth’s Original Sweet & Spicy Tea

November 15th 04:11pm, 2010

111510_teaJudging what your cup of tea will taste like based on its smell is usually unreliable. The overpowering scent of pomegranate may be undetectable on your tongue or the vanilla you smell may taste nothing like vanilla. But Good Earth’s Original Sweet & Spicy Tea tastes just how it smells: sweet, spicy and delicious.

A mixture of black and jasmine teas, this tea boasts flavor from roseships, papaya, cinnamon, chamomile, lemongrass, peppermint, ginger root, anise seed, orange peel and orange oil. It’s rich and well-seasoned. Hints of zesty orange create a sweetness, while spicy cinnamon nearly dominates your taste buds.

This is a rare tea which is hurt – rather than helped – by the addition of honey and lemon; doing so ruins all the natural flavors. It’s a full-bodied, powerful blend that can open up some sinuses and give your taste buds a run for their money. 

Good Earth’s tea is high in antioxidants and all natural with no sugar.

Good Earth also makes an organic, decaf version of the tea, which is equally delicious. Both can be found at Local Harvest Grocery – the decaf at $4.89 for a box of 18 bags, and the caffeinated at $5.19 for a box of 25.

By S.C. Truckey

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One Response to “Teetotaler: Good Earth’s Original Sweet & Spicy Tea”

  1. Marilyn Says:
    May 25th, 2012 at 12:46 pm

    Looking for Lemongrass tea.

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