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Goji Berries are a super longevity food used in China for thousands of years
Red Date and Dragon Eye are Popular Chinese fruits, rich in amino acids and trace elements
It can also be boiled and prepared as a tea.
Nt Wt 7.14 Oz, total 1 bag (20 packets)
product of China
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I got this tea out of curiosity as part of a large order. When it arrived, I had forgotten the ingredients and had to check my order to locate the product online -- the package does not help, as it is entirely in Chinese. Mixed with a cup of hot water, it produces a pleasant, mildly flavored fruit tea with slightly salty (goji berries are a bit salty) overtones as well as the expected sweet flavor of fruit. If you prefer some caffeine or want some astringency, it could be mixed into green tea. Pleasant, perhaps medicinal, but I will probably drink it mainly as an occasional addition to other teas or if I'm not feeling well and need fluids without caffeine. Compares well to herbal teas.
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I expected the product to have dried dates, longan, and goji inside the packets. Instead the packets only had tan colored small pellets. The 'tea' tasted like herby sugar water... If anyone here is Chinese, think Ban Lan Gen taste...okay, but not a tea. I'm going to just get dates and longan separately and soak in boiled water. At least then I'd know what's actually in the mix...
I got this as a nice caffeine free alternative to green tea - with lots of side benefits. I was disappointed that it had sugar added.. The list of ingredients is actually strange. The nutrition facts say 0% sugar. The list of ingredients lists sugar as the first item. But it is sweet - a little too sweet for my palate which has banned sugar many years ago. It would help if the list of ingredients were available online.
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