Healthy herbs, rooibos, honeybush, decaf tea, and yerba mate.
I could tell just from its appearance that it doesn't look right. Poking around google (forgive my ignorance) and an ebay listing I found out that this "tea" (血红茶) is called Lethariella Cladonioides. It is a type of lichen and definitely not camellia sinensis (tea).
Never tried this type of herbal drink before. Hope the bit of information I found is helpful.
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Yeah. I was helpfull. My English is on medium level and I dont understood web articles about this "tea". I saw "Hong" so I thought that is black tea. And I havent much time to search infos, so I ask you.
Ohhh. Now I see good this picture. It isnt look like a Tea;p Before I was on net-phone so i didnt see;p
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Perhaps I will move this to the herbal forum of TeaChat. I will leave a "shadow ttopic" here for a short period of time.
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