Pomegranate Blueberry Herbal Iced Tea (1 review)

Hey Mama! Tea For Mommies Pomegranate Blueberry Herbal Iced Tea

Hey Mama! Tea For Mommies Pomegranate Blueberry Herbal Iced Tea

Yesterday my sister had a baby. Not like she had a baby over to visit, I mean she gave birth to a little girl. To celebrate this I decided to drink this bottle of Hey Mama! iced tea. Then through the use of some sort of dark arts I shall transfer all benefits this would normally give a new mom to her, you know using bloodlines and such. That’s how these things work right?

This tea in particular is supposed to aid with lactation. It also has a large heap of chamomile in it to help the new mother calm down and just relax a bit. There are vaguely strange things for an iced tea to promise but if it’s what the mothers need, it’s what they’ll get.

Let me state that I bought this tea on accident. I mean I intentionally purchased it, but I was in a haze of buying dozens of drinks in bodegas in NYC. Manhattan and Brooklyn are hotspots for new drinks. In a world where it’s rare that I come across something we haven’t already reviewed I felt like I was drowning in a sea of wonderful beverages and my bank account was draining. I would go into the coolers and just grab anything we hadn’t reviewed yet. I registered that this was a tea that we had not reviewed so I bought it. I didn’t notice that it was specifically for mothers, not that it would have stopped me. What would have potentially stopped me was the price. It looked like it said $1.99, but it actually said $4.99. A hefty price for a tea, but once I realized it was brewed for a specific reason I understood, even if I think it was still a tad pricey.

Enough rambling, on with the taste. This tastes like someone started to brew some root beer from scratch, but only put in half the ingredients, leaving out the wintergreen, vanilla and sarsaparilla. Instead they replaced them with pomegranate and blueberry and doubled the amount of licorice. It tastes like a fruity, woodsy concoction, meaning that it tastes like someone soaked wood (specifically licorice switches) in a pot of juice. It’s unusual, but not unpleasant. If you don’t like fennel/licorice I wouldn’t immediately write this off. It doesn’t taste like black licorice or black jelly beans. It has a much milder flavor that tastes completely natural. It’s not something I would drink on the regular, but I could see myself enjoying it from time to time. The chamomile really does calm you down a bit as well.

Okay I might as well say it, no I did not experience any lactation being a male, who is obviously never had a child. For thinking that you are in fact the child though, but so are we on this end because we joked about it and giggled a lot. Now on to the vitamin transference.

United States
Organic Fair Trade Certified Cane Sugar
Iced Tea
Reviewed By
Jason Draper on August 3rd, 2014
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Hey Mama Teas. 3 pack/12 ounce bottles. Pomegranate Blueberry. Postnatal Blend.
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