Tea Time Review #2: Twininigs 100% Organic Camomile with Mint and Lemon
Twinings takes a chance at satisfying two birds with one stone with its Camomile with Mint and Lemon herbal tea. For those who are looking for a tea void of any preservatives or artificial ingredients, the Camomile tea is deemed 100% organic by the USDA. This tea is also “Fair Trade Certified” by TransFair USA. Buying these certified teas support tea growing communities that promote a just form of trade with the developing countries throughout the world. If you would like more information on Fair Trade Certification and what it means for the participating nations, please visit www.fairtradecertified.org . This tea can be found at most organic food stores or those that have a sizable organic food sections.
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Flavor and Taste
Now onto what you’ve been waiting for “How does the tea taste?” The Camomile with Mint and Lemon is comprised of Organic: Camomile, Peppermint, Spearmint, and Lemon Myrtle. This tea provides a nice light flavor. Upon first tasting it, the refreshing taste of mint (along with the pleasant aroma) awakens the senses. The flavoring of the Lemon Myrtle finds its way to the forefront once the Camomile and Mint dissipates. Adding a touch of honey as a sweetener makes this the perfect summer afternoon beverage to relax to.
Consuming this tea will allow you enjoy a 100% natural drink with a clear conscience. Nations that supplied the ingredients for it were fairly compensated. Disclaimer: Drinking this tea will not clear your conscience. Happy Tea Time!
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