Product Review
GingerLove Tea

GingerLove Tea

GingerLove is not your typical ginger tea. It comes not in tea bags but in sachets of orange crystals. It mixes like an instant cappuccino, frothing as hot water is stirred in, producing a smooth, almost milky texture. Orange powder provides the dominant fruity flavour which compliments the warm spiciness of the ginger. It contains sugar but it is not overly sweet. A refreshingly different ginger tea.

OUR VERDICT: VERY GOOD

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Watch the GingerLove video from the World Expo in Shanghai.

Ginger Tea & Infusion News …
New Russian-Style Tea Launched (08-Dec-2010)

A new invigorating tea containing ginger has been launched by Russia’s most famous tea house. Kusmi Tea, founded in Russia but based in Paris for over 90 years, has created a new addition to its Wellness range called BOOST. It contains mate (a popular caffeinated beverage from Brazil), green tea, ginger, cinnamon & cardamom.

 
Did You Know?

A popular and traditional drink from the Arabian Peninsula is Qishr, made from brewing coffee husks and ginger in hot water.

Did You Know?

Drinking ginger tea is an effective home remedy for settling stomachs and reducing nausea. Gingerol, the active constituent of fresh ginger, has been found to block the serotonin receptors in the stomach which cause nausea. But for this to be effective it is important that you choose a product which contains real ginger, not the synthetic form.

Did You Know?

Many professional singers, including Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company, Queen), Gary Lightbody (Snow Patrol) and Lady GaGa drink ginger tea before and/or after a performance. Read this entry on the Voice Council forum. Remember that fresh ginger is preferable.

Did You Know?

Ginger tea is made by boiling peeled and sliced ginger root. Ginger green tea is made by combining sliced ginger steeped in boiled water with brewed green tea. Alternatively you could just buy it in a packet.

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