Tea – Teas with medicinal herbs

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I use hibiscus flowers or tamarind fruit for a sour flavor. Green tea can hide

unpleasant flavors in my experience, but then green tea becomes the main

ingredient rather than a flavor enhancer or hider, and there might be some

things you would rather not combine with greea tea.

Licorice can mollify unpleasant flavors, and is widely used in Chinese herbal

combinations as a peacemaker herb.

Stevia is used as a natural minimal-caloric sweetener in herbal combinations,

though I

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