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Tea Review on DigestTea Cilantro Papaya

DigestTea Cilantro Spearmint Papaya
Stomach soothing, digestive Support, gentle enough for children.
  • Type Of leaves:Herbal Tisane
  • Name Of Tea:DigestTea Cilantro Papaya
  • Available From:Raizana Teas
DigestTea Cilantro Papaya from Raizana TeasThis is one of the most unique and best-tasting herbal tea blends I’ve encountered in a very long time.  This is a very special tea, because not only is it a uniquely flavored yet delicious herbal infusion, but it also genuinely helps to soothe your stomach! I myself have a lot of digestive problems, from  GERB and IBS to diverticulosis and a hiatal hernia.  However, I have found that drinking certain herbal tea blends has been able to help a little with some of those problems.  This particular DigestTea from Raizana Teas is one of the best teas which has helped with my stomach when it is sour or feeling particularly bad. When I first read the ingredients, I was already powerfully attracted to this blend.  Cilantro Papaya is very unique, and I’d never seen this combination of ingredients before but it sounded absolutely delightful!  When I opened the package, a heavenly aroma wafted out, filled with tropical papaya, light herbs and a pleasantly minty undertone.  I was in love from the first smell!
As I mentioned above, this herbal infusion really has helped to settle my stomach more than once, and the flavor is exceptional.  In fact, I think just about anyone would enjoy the flavors in this tea, even children!  It is VERY refreshing and light, with subtle flavors of berries and herbs.  I have never found a tea like this anywhere else, and this is one I would keep in my tea stash at all times. It also helped me with my nausea several times, so I would recommend this tea as a general stomach tonic, as well as an after-dinner tea, or anytime you would love to enjoy the fresh, crisp flavor presented in this tea with herbs and fruit.  The flavor profile is so unique that it is extremely difficult to describe, but it overall presents a flavor which is soothing, refreshing, and delightful.  All of the ingredients really blend together harmoniously in this blend. I added a touch of sweetener to it, and prefer to take it like that, however it can also be enjoyed plain without any added sweetener due to the natural sweetness provided by the Stevia leaves in it.  Do not add milk as it would certainly overpower the subtle flavors and herbaceous feel of this tea.  My favorite tea from Raizana Teas!




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