I bought this tea for medicinal reasons, but also to try something new in terms of taste.
You can call it a bout of tea-sipping adventure-seeking. The plant is described as a dominant species in a certain southern continent: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melaleuca_alternifolia
Taste is really strong, quite sour and certainly reminds you of the fact that you are drinking it for health reasons at least as much as for taste. It is used as a herbal remedy for various purposes, such as common cold and various irritations: https://herbalref.com/melaleuca-tea-tree-oil-melaleucae-aetheroleum/ But back to the taste, some attempts were made to soften it up a bit with camomille, which is a good idea, but probably not enough. Give me some almond or bergamot as well, perhaps.
Or just leave as it is, a sort of purely herbal tea.

4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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