Review: EuroTcup Tisane for Good Digestion

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Thumbs up!"No surprises here, but definitely a contender for a routine nightcap to keep stocked in the cupboard. For those who may fine certain peppermint teas overbearing (although those tend to be my favorites, personally!), this tisane may be a good choice, as the mint is subtle and well-balanced with the other milder ingredients. "
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Euro Tcup is owned and operated by a couple who met in a tea shop, grew to love one another around many cups of tea, and started their own tea business. Gotta love a story like that. They are located midway between Toronto and Hamilton Ontario in a small Canadian town that bears the distinction of being the "fastest growing community in Canada." Aside from all that, EuroTcup offers quite a wide variety of interesting teas and blends (their Chocolate and Chili offering officially has me salivating).

Their Tisane For Good Digestion is a catch-all blend of some of my favorite herbal tea ingredients: peppermint, chamomile, aniseed, fennel seed, cumin, mallow flowers, and marigolds. As one might surmise from the not-so-clever name forth's blend, its purpose is to aid in digestion, and (watch out!) to help release flatulence. My wife may joke that I don't need any help in the latter department, and I may very well agree with her, but I can't argue that this tisane doesn't seem to have said effect. You have been warned.

Purveyor recommendations for infusion range anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes, and as with virtually all tisanes, it can be up to the individual tastes of the consumer, while retaining good balance and quality somewhat regardless of steeping time. 5 minutes is plenty for an adequate cup, and additional time does tend to bring a generally tastier cup out. A cloudy pale yellow liquor results and can feel a bit full and gritty on the palette, but not unpleasantly so. The flavor is very nice, and indicative of the blend's ingredients. No surprises here, but definitely a contender for a routine nightcap to keep stocked in the cupboard. For those who may fine certain peppermint teas overbearing (although those tend to be my favorites, personally!), this tisane may be a good choice, as the mint is subtle and well-balanced with the other milder ingredients.

— To purchase EuroTcup Tisane for Good Digestion, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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