First sip is tart, the non-carbonated potation resting heavily on the tongue without any verve or enthusiasm. Its taste makes up for the monotonous texture, a clement and indistinct nuance from the lemongrass and a more robust orange flavor. But its the ginger that really pushes the envelope, its spicy kick that is homey and warming in an otherwise traditional experience. Its sweetness, nineteen and a half grams of sugar all from agave syrup, is beautiful, sweetening each sip with a faded thickness and pleasant full body.
Each eleven plus ounce bottle contains lemongrass tea extract and ginseng, making its caffeine content, if any, impossible to discover online or on its plastic container. Its kick misses a turbo-shot of my namesake chemical, and any effect found resembles drinking water on a hot sunny day more so than drinking your morning coffee. In the end, Little Miracles Lemongrass Tea and Ginseng Organic Energy is a tasty distraction that will have its audience, just not on my site.