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Sat 3/13/21 (WRITTEN 3/18/21) — Miracle Tree Mango Moringa (2 teabags) So same as my note for B&B Mulled Cider. At the hotel 3/12 and steeped this in warm water from the lobby container. Unlike that one this one made with two teabags actually turned out okay when I drank it 3/13. I don’t know what moringa is supposed to taste like thought. I had 4 teabags in total come in a sipsby box awhile ago, so I still need to get the other two sipped down to have this tea out of my collection.
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I don’t love this one. It smells so deliciously fruity, but the taste is mineral and dust. It’s vaguely fruity, I guess, but I’m not picking out anything specific. I’m glad my husband really likes this one because I probably won’t be drinking it very often.
Flavors: Drying, Dust, Fruity, Mineral
There were four teabags of this in my January Sips by box. Hopefully since I changed my tastes preferences, they won’t give me chai every month anymore…
I drank the first two bags earlier today and figured I would just finish the remaining ones off tonight in one of my recently purchased larger teacups. In the cup earlier I didn’t notice much bitterness, but I am getting some in this cup. I don’t think it’s coming from the tea, likely from the moringa as it has a slightly different bitter flavor. I am getting a tinge of algae-like green flavor as well, which I assume is also from the moringa.
Otherwise, it’s a relatively mild and generic chai with notes of clove, cardamom, and cinnamon, and a hint of black pepper warmth. It would be nice enough, but the moringa bitterness is sort of ruining this cup for me.
Flavors: Bitter, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Seaweed, Vegetal
Having a thoroughly irritating Monday. Didn’t have time to make anything fancier, so decided to sip this down in preparation for my October Sips By box. Low-maintenance and un-fancy though it is, I quite like this one. The moringa has a nice wholesome flavor to it and the chocolate is helping improve my mood a little. This is definitely restock-worthy, once I get to the point of having any business purchasing full boxes of tea.
First time trying moringa! Thank you, Sips By.
Moringa is supposed to be super nutritious and healthy. It does taste a lot like a true tea, minus the caffeine. It’s satisfying in the same ways as a cup of oolong, in that it has a nice roasty taste/ feel to it. The chocolate flavoring pairs with it well. Will likely buy a whole box of this after I sip some of my other teas down.
I received this in my SipyBy box this month and couldn’t wait to try it. I’m a bit burnt out on chaos after fall, but I love moringa. I was very pleasantly surprised by the balance of spices- cinnamon, cardamom, and ginger are balanced very well. This definitely gave me a boost of caffeine, and none of the jitters I get from coffee. I always welcome the addition of moringa, it’s one of y favorite ‘superfoods.’ It seems Miracle Tree also has some straight moringa+flavoring blends that I’m very excited to try with my SipsBy code.
I was hopeful this wouldn’t be bad, as my mom picked it up from a discount department store.
I’ve never tasted a cocktail of pond water and kerosene…but those are the flavors I think I’m picking up. I may put the rest of the bags in with the garden mulch. However, I fear I may kill the friendly worms that help our soils.
It’s pretty late, but I’m still up because I basically slept the evening away. I had to hunt around my room for a caffeine free option and this is what I came up with. Everyone was talking about the big storm that was going to be coming over our area, and it was raining pretty hard, but it only lasted maybe two hours it feels like. Oh well, the little creek behind our house that’s been dry all year was bubbling earlier. California needs rain!
I got this in a Bulu Box, which is a subscription with supplements and stuff. It came with a coupon code, and no instructions. The website says it won the Healthy Food & Drink award for 2015 from some sort of Fitness magazine, but I don’t know what that would actually mean. From what I can gather from the website it’s made from the Moringa plant, and the version I have is blended with dried mint. I’m not always the biggest fan of mint teas, but the mint in the picture looks more like spearmint than peppermint, so that’s promising. I wonder if the moringa plant is related to the moringa flower (probably), I’m a fan of that scent at TBS. =)
It smelled kinda funny right out of the bag, just some weird sort of herbally smell that wasn’t really defined to me. The smell of the mint is stronger in the brewed tea, but not what I would call strong. The scent doesn’t carry around the room like some teas do. There weren’t any brewing instructions, so I boiled water, but by the time I got around to it, the water was 175ish and I didn’t feel like restarting the kettle. I’m just leaving the tea bag to brew in there because it’s an herbal, so why not?
The flavor is overall a mild grassy flavor with the slightest tinge of peppermint. It’s a round flavor that’s not drying, but it’s not really anything that would stand out for me, or anything that I think I would go out and purchase. It’s not offensive though, and if you’re presumably drinking this stuff for the health benefits, it’s quite easy going and I can imagine it being soothing for the stomach as well.