Tonight, I made my second cup of this tea. I hadn’t meant to boil the water, but I let it get too hot when I wasn’t paying attention. Anyway, onto the tea. I steeped it (covered) for ten minutes. The first thing I noticed about this tea was the spearmint smell, which is lovely and just slightly sweet. Taste-wise, it’s great unsweetened. It’s light (but full), minty, sweet, and towards the end, just slightly fruity. I felt like it got sweeter as I got closer to the bottom of the mug, but the sweetness hit me at the back of the mouth, which is weird to me, but when I watered it down a bit, it got a lot better. I think I was just getting a lot of sediment. It’s a really satisfying tea, and while I haven’t been drinking it long enough to know whether it actually positively affects one’s reproductive organs, a lot of the ingredients have been used for women’s health for many years. I was especially excited to find that it contains cramp bark, which has worked for me in the past. This is an evening tea, for me, and I’m glad I bought it.

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I’m 20 years old, an English student at Fresno State, a feminist, and most certainly a tea person.

I also enjoy fermented foods and drinks (minus alcoholic beverages), the occult, metaphysics, writing, and music.


Madera, California, United States

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