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Golden Fire Ginger

Golden Fire Ginger

Regular price $22.00+
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8 Stars (28 Reviews)

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  • A complex take on your standard herbal ginger tea
  • Delicious hot or iced
  • A caffeine-free blend for all day enjoyment
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Sweet lemon perfume hides a spicy kick of ginger with a complex finish. Pair with a summer bonfire or “This living hand, now warm and capable” by John Keats.

Caffeine Free - 50 Grams - 20 Servings - Ginger, lemon myrtle, lemongrass, chamomile, rosehips, lemon peel, cayenne

Preparation - Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea for every 8 oz of water. Steep in water that is 205 degrees F, 96 degrees C, for six minutes. Remove the leaves from the water and enjoy.

Store away from light and oxygen for long lasting flavor.

Only available in the US and Canada.

Billing: You will be billed on the day you sign up for a subscription at the frequency you choose. Cancel at any time for any reason.

Shipping: Your order will ship out within 3-5 business days of your bill date. Free shipping on all subscription orders. Non-subscription orders will be charged $5.95 for domestic and $7.95 for international orders. We do not ship tea outside of the US or Canada.

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Why This Product

Golden Fire Ginger

Golden Fire Ginger is the spicy kick you need to wake up mid-afternoon without worrying about caffeine-induced insomnia. Sweet ginger, lemon myrtle, and lemongrass are grounded with earthy chamomile and rose hips, and then a burst of cayenne lights up the palette towards the finish when you least expect it. Try it out.

Where it Comes From

What's in an Herb

Sourcing botanicals for herbal tea is a tricky business and means that we need to spread our net wide through a variety of farms. Blended tisanes, such as this one, source botanicals and spices that grow in a variety of conditions all over the globe. From the USA to Asia, you are drinking a truly global cup of tea.

Where the Money is Going

Combatting Deadly Disease

Tuberculosis is the deadliest infectious disease of all time. In honor of John Keats and the billion people who’ve died of TB in the last two centuries, 100% of the profits from Keats & Co will fund tuberculosis testing and treatment through a new program with Partners in Health.

Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
Based on 28 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 24 Total 4 star reviews: 3 Total 3 star reviews: 1 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
96%would recommend this product
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28 reviews
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    1 week ago
    Tea to pump you up

    The touch of cayenne in the tea really gets my circulation going, it feels like it's energising despite having no caffeine. I find that the tea is complimented very well with a little bit of honey, rather than drinking it plain or with sugar, it rounds out the sharp notes very well.

    Rut Muñoz A.
    Verified Buyer
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 weeks ago
    Comfort with a twist

    I don’t drink ginger tea often, and even I can tell what an upgrade this is from your average ginger tea. First off, it’s gorgeous - you can see there are real, top notch ingredients here. The tea - brewed as instructed, enjoyed “black” - was lovely and smooth to drink, but left behind a hint of spice. There’s nothing better than ginger tea when you’re feeling wobbly, and this definitely worked its magic for me. I’ll be buying some to keep on hand.

    Verified Reviewer
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 weeks ago
    Like being wrapped in a linen blanket

    Dry smell ••• ginger, sweetgrass, floral, lemon.

    Color ••• cloudy light yellow

    Taste, no additives ••• lemon, ginger, sweet, warm

    Taste, agave&oatly ••• Oatly brought out more of the hay-like qualities, with a warm comforting finish. I tried with regular milk and prefer Oatly.

    2nd brew ••• Great! Floral flavor comes through more. I bet I could brew it another time or two if I wanted.

    Iced ••• Lovely! I added some fresh lemon balm leaves.

    Overall ••• Drinking this reminded me of how I feel when I smell sweetgrass or I wrap myself in my linen blanket. The ginger was warm, not spicy. I was pleased with the cohesiveness and ability to brew more than once. I cannot wait to drink this in the autumn, when I'm smelling the sweet woodsy smell of the leaves.

    Verified Reviewer
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 hours ago
    Iced tea

    Given the summer heat, I cold brewed this tea. The ginger citrus mix is refreshing. Great for getting through a heat wave!

    Elizabeth C.
    Verified Buyer
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    Excellent flavor

    I love the flavor, but why is "fire" in the name? I'll totally admit that I love spicy things and will load up on the ginger, so my level of spice is not for everyone. But when I saw fire in the name I thought there'd be a good ginger kick. Instead it's more like "soothing ginger sunset" or "ginger gives you a warm hug" which is lovely (it really does taste lovely) but doesn't take away my disappointment.

    Zachary L.
    Verified Buyer
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