Yogo Licorice Tea Review

Review: Yogi Licorice Egyptian Spice Tea

I am a big new fan of this tea

So my latest tea trial purchase has been an uber successful one. An organic Yogi Tea called Licorice Egyptian Spice – yes exotic as you get!

Liquorice tea was recommended to me by Sarah Wilson in her I Quit Sugar book (my review here) so I thought I’d give it a good try, opting for a fancy variation.

Fair to say I was pleasantly surprised. I was expecting a strong overpowering licorice scent but this tea is very warming, sweet and satisfying. With additions of ginger, orange peel and cinnamon you end up with an overall blend that’s quite unusual.

You really feel like you are drinking some enjoyable good into your body with this and I have been making myself giant mugs of this to make my 15 teabags go the extra mile.

Any other great licorice teas you can recommend? Soon to run out I shall be needing to purchase some more!

3 replies
  1. Michelle says:

    I am a bit of a herbal tea dabbler and I’ve had this tea before and love it as a bit of a winter warmer. I see you also reviewed some Chai. Have you tried Palanquin Spiced Tea? It’s warming like the Liqorice tea but also a bit like chai and a bit like normal tea. My Mum buys it for me as we’ve only seen it in Asda but i’m sure it must be stocked by other supermarkets (it’s usually in the exotic foods section rather than the tea section!)
    Michelle x

    Reply
    • Laura says:

      Hi Michelle,
      No I haven’t seen that one, I will have to have a look although I need to hunt down my local Asda. Exotic food section of Morrisons I will check this weekend, good tip :)

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