Cardamon Cinnamon Herbal Tea Bags
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Warm the Heart Herb Tea - Native to the shadier regions of India & Ceylon, cardamom has a gentle, airy taste of the forest itself - reminiscent of ginger with a pinch of pine. Cinnamon brings a spicy depth. Also, great over ice!
Cardamon Cinnamon Tea was featured in Dr. Oz: The Good Life Magazine as one of Dr. Oz's favorite items for travel.
This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, carob, chicory, black pepper, Chinese star anise, cloves and cassia oil
Country of Origin
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
If this had been named Cinnamon Cardamon I would have been happy with this tea. I have grow up with cardamon flavored breads at Christmas time and was hoping for a more cardamon flavored tea with a cinnamon accent. I will enjoy this tea but it isn't what I was hoping for. It should have been named Cinnamon Cardamon.
Reminded me that it's fall...
I received this as a sample in the mail. It gave off a nice pleasant aroma while brewing and the flavor reminded me that it's actually fall! That is something I forget living in Central Texas! A couple of days later, I wished I had some more. I needed to order more of my favorite tea, Super Herb Dandelion, so I decided to get a tin of this tea as well. It will be nice to have during the holidays. Anything to remind me of what frigid nights once were like living in the north!
Excellent. I drink it hot or iced. I also add stick cinnamon to it for that extra zip.
Received a sample of this in the last catalog and finally tried it last night. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked it because I'm not usually a fan of herbal teas. It was perfect for a cold winter's evening when I wanted something warm and spicy and caffeine-free. I can see this fast becoming a favorite for the winter months.
Helps You Sleep
John Tesh said that smelling or tasting cinnamon helps relieve stress and therefore helps you fall asleep. I drink this tea every night before I go to bed, and it works!