I made this to be the first tea for our tea time today. We had White Chocolate Meyer Lemon Tart, thanks to gmathis describing Meyer lemons last year so enticingly that I had to try them and find recipes to use them! I wanted a good, strongish, unflavored black tea to accompany the tart and this was a delicious choice. This Hao Ya A is very mild compared to others I have tried but we enjoy it and it is especially good paired with food. It can definitely hold its own.

gmathis

Was that me? Regardless … now I’m craving lemon meringue pie. Or pie of any kind.

ashmanra

I thought you mentioned Meyer lemon about a year ago, but it may have been someone else. Then I saw a tea at Southern Season with Meyer lemon, then a mention elsewhere, and it snowballed. I really wanted to try them and couldn’t find them at first. The pie was very good…now I want to try making key lime pie.

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gmathis

Was that me? Regardless … now I’m craving lemon meringue pie. Or pie of any kind.

ashmanra

I thought you mentioned Meyer lemon about a year ago, but it may have been someone else. Then I saw a tea at Southern Season with Meyer lemon, then a mention elsewhere, and it snowballed. I really wanted to try them and couldn’t find them at first. The pie was very good…now I want to try making key lime pie.

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I am a music teacher and homeschooling mom who started drinking loose leaf tea about four years ago! My daughters and I have tea every day, and we are frequently joined by my students or friends for “tea time.” Now my hubby joins us, too. His tastes have evolved from Tetley with milk and sugar to mostly unadorned greens.

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