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Stash Premium Tea Herbal Tea Licorice Spice

Stash Premium Tea Herbal Tea Licorice Spice


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4.67 / 5 based on 15 Reviews

Product Description

"Caffeine Free Naturally Sweet, Dessert-Like Tea Flavored With Pure Spices And Licorice.&Nbsp; Naturally Caffeine Free. For Our Unique Licorice Spice Tea We Combine The Finest Licorice Root From Europe, Cinnamon From Sri Lanka, Star Anise From China, Orange Peel From The U.S.And Sarsaparilla From South America.&Nbsp; The Result Is A Delicious Dessert-Like Tea, Good Anytime, But Especially Enjoyable In The Evening, As It's Caffeine Free. Licorice Spice Is An Exclusive Blend For Stash Tea. &Nbsp;It Is Both Sweet And Spicy With The Distinct Yet Subtle Flavor Of Black Licorice. &Nbsp;Our Master Blender Ensures That Each Handcrafted Batch Is Perfect.&Nbsp; Special Care Goes Into The Purchase Of The Herbs And Spices Which We Buy From All Over The World For This Unique Blend. One Of The Key Ingredients, Licorice Root, First Appears In The Chinese Pen Sao Ching (Classic Of Herbs), Written More Than 5,000 Years Ago.&Nbsp; Chinese Physicians Prescribed It To Treat A Variety Of Ailments Including Coughs And Colds, Malaria, Food Poisoning, Respiratory Problems, Liver And Urinary Complaints.&Nbsp; They Often Used Its Natural Sweetness To Mask The Bitter Taste Of Other Herbal Medicines. Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza) Is From The Legume Family And Is 50 Times Sweeter Than Sugar. Its Name Is Derived From The Greek Word ""Glycos Plus Roza"" Which Means ""Sweet Root"".&Nbsp; The Romans Called It ""Liquiritia"", Which Evolved Into ""Licorice."" &Nbsp;There Is Also Evidence That The Ancient Egyptians Used Licorice Root.&Nbsp; Amid The Treasures Of King Tut's Tomb, Archeologists Found A Bundle Of Licorice Root. Another Ingredient, Cinnamon, Is One Of The Oldest Known Spices. &Nbsp;Cinnamon Comes From The Bark Of An Evergreen Laurel Tree.&Nbsp; Native To Sri Lanka, It Thrives In This Hot, Moist Climate.&Nbsp; Cinnamon Is Naturally Sweet With A Delightfully Spicy Fragrance Due To The Essential Oils Found In Its Bark. Star Anise, Native To Southern China And Vietnam, Is The Fruit Of A Small Evergreen Tree That Bears Small Yellow Flowers. &Nbsp;The Flowers Are Followed By Fruits In The Sixth Year And The Tree Continues To Bear Fruit For Up To 100 Years.&Nbsp; It Is A Very Pretty Spice With The Shape Of An Irregular Eight-Pointed Star. &Nbsp;Its Chinese Name ""Pak Kok"" Means Eight Points.&Nbsp; Although Not Related To Anise Or Fennel, Star Anise Has A Similar Aroma And Flavor.&Nbsp; It Has A Licorice-Like Flavor And A Distinct Sweet Note. The Sweet Orange Is The Most Popular Of All Citrus Fruits.&Nbsp; It Originated In China Where It Received Its Botanical Name ""Citrus Sinensis"".&Nbsp; Columbus Brought Seeds Of Orange, Lemon And Lime On His Voyages To The New World In The 1490S. &Nbsp;During The Early 16Th Century, Settlers Planted Oranges In Florida, Which Was To Become The States Flourishing Citrus Industry.&Nbsp; In The Early 1700S, Missionaries Planted Oranges In California, Which Now Rivals Florida In World Citrus Production.&Nbsp; Stash Tea Sources Its Orange Peel From The Best " see more...

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Stash Premium Tea Herbal Tea Licorice Spice
Stash Premium Tea Herbal Tea Licorice Spice
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Madison J.
28 reviews
This is such an interesting and unique tea! Absolutely one of my favorites that I buy again and again. It's more of a spiced tea than a liquorice candy, but I'm sure you could add sugar or honey to make it taste similar. I enjoy it as is or with a splash of milk personally. Great for a rainy day, study session, or before bed.
Anne M.
Chicago, IL
23 reviews
The name makes it sound like this tea will taste like black licorice but that could not be further from the truth. It's a great flavor with strong tones of spice that remind me of the holidays. It's also nice that it is caffeine free so you can drink it whenever. 
A.Brooke J.
6 reviews
To be honest, this Stash Herbal Licorice Spice Tea wasn't my favorite. I enjoy a good tea and licorice candy. So this sounded like a yummy blend. I like strong spices but this particular flavor really didn't set well with me. Just to much of a twang to it. Gave it a few more tries and it just isn't for me.
Dionne F.
5 reviews
Stash Premium Herbal Tea taste so good and there is a wide variety of flavors to choose from. You can not go wrong when choosing a flavor, I love each and every flavor I have tried. This tea is great cold or hot and wonderful for sore throats as well. Stash Premium
Tea my number one brand of tea.
Ashley E.
W Valley City, UT
35 reviews
Delicious! You can never go wrong with Stash tea. I have yet to taste a flavor that isn't great. And ordering straight from the company sometimes gets you some nice freebies with your order. Definitely my brand of choice!
Jill B.
Allen Park, MI
74 reviews
Love, love, love this tea. It's super relaxing and great if you have a sore throat. The taste isn't too overpowering either, but you can definitely taste the licorice. It reminds me of herbal tea you get at a salon.
Alexandria S.
485 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 4
I love all stash tea but this is my go to tea with te flavors and variety in it. It's calming but tasty and makes your taste buds wake up! I always have oters try this tea even if they don't like licorice.
Morgan C.
Greenacres, Fl
50 reviews
This is by far my favorite of the stash teas. It's somewhat sweet in a way, very spiced and fennely But not overpowering. I drink it as an any time tea. Absolutely adore this flavor!
Amanda T.
16 reviews
I love black licorice, so I decided to try this tea. It's delicious. At first it tastes like a regular herbal tea, nothing special, then there's a rush of licorice flavor. It is not overpowering or too strong.
Liz S.
164 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
My favorite evening tea. No caffeine and settles my stomach before bed. Light flavor is great when you don't want to be hit in the face with a sting tea.
Alexandria S.
485 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 4
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