Tea Review: Nelson’s Tea’s Feelin’ Good Brew

August 22, 2014 in Herbal Tea / Tea Review

Ingredients: Chamomile, rose petals, orange peel, outstraw, lemon balm, lavender, stavia

Steep Time: 5 minutes

First Sip Thought: “It’s yoga time!”

Smell: The scent is very subtle. You can definitely get a good feel from the chamomile and a mix of the other ingredients but it’s a nice, soothing smell. I think this is the exact smell you would want from a calming tea. Nothing is overpowering which makes sense for a blend that is named what it is named.

Taste: With my first few sips I could gather the chamomile and lemon balm quite well. It took a few more sips until I could really notice the pick me up flavours from the citrus ingredients. After steep, the liquid is a pretty gold colour that smells similar to the dried leaves. To explain my first sip thought, I felt the flavours in this soothing blend were enough to get me started for a day filled with motivation and to-do list knock outs! I find this Feelin’ Good Brew blend to be a great yoga partner as its characteristics resemble a perfect, peaceful time on your yoga mat. Before or after, I would recommend this blend if you want some down time to re-energize your body and mind.

Verdict: 3.5 out of 5 tea leaves

*Interested in this tea? You can find it online here.

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