Review: Numi Organic Savory Tea’s

I recently received a sampling of Numi savory tea’s. I was surprised with the flavor combinations: Tomato Mint, Spinach Chive, Carrot Curry, Fennel Spice, Beet Cabbage, and Broccoli Cilantro.   I am up for trying new things and this sounds interesting. The teenagers around my house were up for trying it too, which really surprised me.

Numi Savory Tea

Numi Savory Tea

According to Numi Tea:

Numi’s SAVORY TEA combines real organic vegetables, wild herbs, decaf tea and aromatic spices for a satisfying experience. Inspired by recipes from around the world, these satiating veggie-spice-tea blends are rich in flavor, yet light enough to enjoy any time of day. It’s not quite a soup, but more than a tea. Enjoy a comforting cup of garden goodness one savory sip at a time!

Tasting all the tea’s with my older kids was fun.  I quickly grabbed up the tomato and mint. I was a little sad at the long seep time of 10 minutes. Took my first sip and thought that it was just minty. Then another sip. This time the tomato flavor came out.  It was to cool to be considered hot tea so I poured it over ice. It was pretty good.

My daughters friend enjoyed the beet and cabbage, while my daughter enjoyed the broccoli and cilantro flavor. No one cared for the spinach and chive. It was just to strong on the chives. The carrot and curry started out alright when drank in small sips we didn’t like the after taste though.
I believe that these tea’s would be good when your not feeling well yet your hungry. I would probably warn a friend to be prepared for a unique taste similar to soup.  The concept is original but I did not care all that much for the Savor tea’s from Numi.
I received this product in exchange for my honest opinion.
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Comments

  1. Jenny laube says:

    Hmmm… Sounds interesting. Where do they sell these? I am a huge tea drinker and would be curious to try these. Different concept.

  2. There is a store locator on their website http://www.numitea.com/store-locator/

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