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Raizana


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Last Updated: Feb. 13, 2018

About Raizana

Raizana is an herbal tea company, based in Fresno, CA and founded in 2009 by Sol Orozco, a chef from Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico. The company is run by Sol and her husband Pablo.

Raizana focuses on herbal teas and wellness teas based on traditional uses of herbs, and seeks to create teas that promote overall health as well as being flavorful. The company launched exclusively selling wellness teas, but over time retired all but four of these blends, and launched additional blends focused more on flavor and meant more for beverage use.

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Amanda
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70 / 100
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HappyTea

Style: Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea – Region: ?????
Jun. 12th, 2014

The aroma of the dried tea is very sweet and herbaceous. There is the straw-like chamomile flower aroma, a fruity sweetness that is like a blend of pears, oranges, and flowers, and a slight earthy aroma at the finish. Perhaps it is good marketing, but the aroma of this tea makes me happy, it reminds me of sitting out i...

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73 / 100
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Ladies' TLC

Style: Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea – Region: Blend
May. 18th, 2014

The aroma of the tea is pretty pungent, it is one of the biggest downsides to Dong Quai, I have had it in pill form before and could smell its distinct sharp root and earthy aroma through the bottle. It is not a bad smell, it is just very strong and pretty medicinal. There are also notes lemongrass, roses, and a touch ...

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73 / 100
Picture of Sleepytea: Passionflower + Valerian + Lavender + Orange

The aroma is a great blend of plant matter, mixing herbaceous notes, floral notes, and straw notes. The lavender and lemongrass is quite strong, a strange blend of smells, but not an unpleasant one.

The taste is really quite sweet and lemony, the taste reminds me of Lemonheads but without the really sour aspect of t...

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83 / 100
Picture of Digesttea: Spearmint + Cilantro + Lemongrass + Papaya

The aroma is a great blend of papaya, mint, chamomile and sweetness. A great blend of herbs. Once the tea is brewed the leaves take on more of a lemongrass aroma with savory herb notes. The liquid also smells very savory and reminds me of pickle spices.

The taste is very sweet, papaya and lemony, reminds me of lemo...

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87 / 100
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This tea smells really good, and when you are dealing with a medicinal tea that is always a good sign. So many of the Chinese medicinal teas I drink smell and taste really nasty. The aroma is a sweet, tropical, earthy, and clean. Once brewed it takes on a stronger rooibos aroma and is fairly creamy.

The taste is wo...

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Style:Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea
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Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
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Style:Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose
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Ladies' TLC

Style:Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose
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