Review: Mighty Leaf Calming Moon

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Thumbs up!"The mint and fennel are the primary flavors here... its a refreshing tea, calming and therapeutic. "
Shane’s Teaview: 7/10
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mightyleaf-calming-moon.jpgThe Calming Moon tea from Mighty Leaf is an herbal tea that is made up of Licorice, fennel, mints, and citrus. They explain this tea thusly:

“This full-bodied infusion offers a redolent blending of licorice, fennel, mints and citrus. Rich with vitamins C and B as well as zinc, it counteracts stress, soothes the digestion and bathes the inner body in a calming elixir.”

This tea reminds me a lot of the After Dark Herbal Melange from SpecialTeas that a number of others here at Teaviews have tried. It has the same basic idea although I remember the After Dark having a much stronger and fuller flavor than this one, it brews into a nice yellow color and the smell is definitely therapeutic. Most of what I can taste was the mint and fennel with maybe a hint of the licorice. I was actually confused about the fennel though, I don't see it as something that should be in a tea and its not something I can say improved the flavor but it is most likely added to the blend for its medicinal qualities. I enjoyed drinking this tea; it had a nice refreshing taste and does what its name implies, calms. The only thing I can really complain about is maybe the fennel shouldn't be in there and the overall flavor could be stronger. I would suggest trying the After Dark Herbal Melange from SpecialTeas and comparing the two, they are similar but I prefer the SpecialTeas version.

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