drank Gute Laune (Cheery) by Sonnentor
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Cheery, indeed! I looked this up on the Sonnentor website and the array of ingredients (there’s a little picture of each one) looks like a spring bouquet. We grow apple mint every year and I use it as a tea/juice/water additive constantly while it’s in season, but I’ve never seen it used in a commercial tea before. It’s a very subtle mint that doesn’t overpower the blackberry, raspberry, or strawberry leaves, all of which are also very understated. But together, it’s a really pleasant herbal blend. Martin, you’re the best!

ashmanra

I had this Christmas before last in the Sonnentor sampler Martin sent to me! It is good, isn’t it?

Martin Bednář

You’re welcome. If you feel that you need more of this, I can get you a 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of loose leaf of this blend ;)

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ashmanra

I had this Christmas before last in the Sonnentor sampler Martin sent to me! It is good, isn’t it?

Martin Bednář

You’re welcome. If you feel that you need more of this, I can get you a 1 kg (2.2 lbs) of loose leaf of this blend ;)

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