drank Calming by Teaopia
5 tasting notes

One of Teaopia’s “Wellness” teas, Calming is quite pleasant. The dominant taste is lemongrass, which is soothing enough on its own, but the fruit and floral ingredients give it a softer, more variable flavour. For some reason there’s a bit of nuttiness about the aroma, but no justification for this in the ingredients – so it must just be some kind of coincidental combination that reminds me a little of coconut. The greatest test would have been to try it when I was having an anxiety attack and see if it calms me down. Difficult to say whether it’s actively calming, but I’ll try it the next time I have a vicious headache and see if it has an effect. All in all a restful tea with a subdued flavour.

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