Product Review: Aveda Comforting Tea

Product Review: Aveda Comforting Tea

Stephanie Barlow
Mar 21, 2011

One place I wouldn't expect to find my new favorite tea is my hair salon. But that's what happened last time I stopped in for a trim. And as it turns out, it's no supermarket variety tea blend.

Aveda salons and stores always have tea brewing. At first taste, I was surprised at the light flavor and sweet aftertaste. However, when I asked what the shop sweetened their tea with they told me it was a natural taste from the herbal blend and that the tea was unsweetened. Usually drawn to darker, heavily caffeinated teas, Aveda's blend turned me on to a light refreshing way to drink herbal (and decaffeinated!) tea.

Sold by the bottle or a pack of sachets, I think the key is to brew it at double strength. This tea blend contains licorice root, which explains the sweet flavor. It also packs a light peppermint flavor, enhanced with sweet fennel, and basil.

Have you tried Aveda's tea?

Find it: Aveda Comforting Tea, $26 for a 4.9 ounce jar at Aveda

Related: Eating Light: Drink Herbal Tea Instead of Snacking

(Images: Stephanie Barlow)

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