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From Winterwoods Tea Company

How We See It:
This is a very unique herbal tea that incorporates elements of the Pacific Northwest. It’s a sweet woodsy blend with a rich and complex flavour. The longer you steep this, the more natural sweetness is revealed. The ingredients are organic and wild foraged.

What’s In It:
Cinnamon bark*, papaya leaf*, peppermint*, raspberry leaf*, wild cherry bark*, wild cedar tips, licorice root*, chicory*, cloves*, sarsaparilla*, fennel*, pure extracts. *organic ingredients

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This is a decent and relaxing cup of herbal tea, and I probably need to drink more herbals teas, especially in the later part of the day.

The predominant flavors here are the sweetness of licorice root & the refreshing quality of peppermint, followed by cinnamon & cherry bark.

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Finished this one off at work today! It’s one I’m not hurt to be out of; it was pleasant enough but the profile doesn’t stand out all that much and I imagine in a few months I’ll likely have completely forgotten about it.

I brewed this one hot, and topped up the cup with frothed milk. I didn’t directly pour the milk into the tea, but of course some of it ended up mixing together with it. The main idea was just to sip it through the thick layer of frothed milk, though.

Flavour wise, it was almost entirely a licorice/anise/fennel dominated flavour, however the clove, cinnamon, and mint were present in more of the second half/finish of the sip. It made for an overall herbaceous, spicy, and minty drink with a lot of background sweetness. Which was… alright.

Again; not really anything stand out about it.


Anything resembling cedar wood or pine? It seems like an odd name for a blend with no cedar notes.

Roswell Strange

Not particularly :/

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