Review: Tealish Razmintazz

Apple Tea, Blackberry Tea, Chamomile Tea, Hibiscus Tea, Peppermint tea, Raspberry Tea, Sunflower Tea, Tealish Add comments
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Thumbs up!"Funky little twist on mint and fruit... like something you might find at a frozen yogurt shoppe."
Chelsy’s Teaview: 8.2/10
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Razmintazz is daringly similar to a tea that I have had before from Adagio called Foxtrot. The spunky names and minty promises are wonderfully pleasing to set your hopes upon.

Mint teas seem to be an oddity amongst tea drinkers; some people cannot live without them, some cannot stand them, and some must have the mood hit them right for a proper cup of enjoyment. I am the moody mint personality myself. The mint used in this tea is peppermint, which is good for soothing the upper gastrointestinal tract. However, unlike most other minty teas, this one blends some serious fruit and flower in to make a mystically delicious brew.

This tea, from the ingredient analysis, seems to be aimed at soothing and calming an anxious person. The chamomile, mint and sunflower all exert calming effects on their drinkers. However, the apple, blackberry and raspberry keep the tea alive and tart so that you don't actually fall asleep drinking this soothsaying tea.

I don't prefer either foxtrot or razmintazz over the other, but I do think that they both offer a wonderful twist to the typical peppermint tea.

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