Review: Friday Afternoon Murray Creek Blend

Chamomile Tea, Friday Afternoon, Herbal Tea, Mint Tea, Peppermint tea, Rooibos Tea Add comments
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Thumbs up!"a smooth and easy-drinking tea that offers a sweet (yet not too sweet) and minty flavor"
Vanessa’s Teaview: 8/10
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Murray Creek blend is a well-done mix of three very popular caffeine-free herbal teas: rooibos, peppermint, and chamomile. Although I have never actually had this exact blend before, I feel as though I have had variations on this theme several times before, including homemade combinations. This tea struck me as being enjoyable at any time of day. The chamomile is sweet and comforting, which makes it appropriate for nighttime drinking. However, the peppermint keeps the drink lively enough that it could also work for a morning brew. The rooibos was, at least for me, the base of this tea, providing the foundation upon which the other ingredients added their contributions. The balance of ingredients is much appreciated. Each of the three herbal ingredients is able to shine through in its own right, yet none of the ingredients overpowers the others. The result is a smooth and easy-drinking tea that offers a sweet (yet not too sweet) and minty flavor. I have to say that I ended up enjoying this much more than I had anticipated I would. While this isn't an incredibly unique or creative herbal combination, it is one that is done right. I would have no hesitation in recommending this to others.

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