Had a sore throat today, all this AC at school dries it right out. Mixed a little honey in it. Soothing for the throat but not really lemony.
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“In Lemon Lift, we blend the finest mountain-grown tea with just the right amount of lemon and a dash of spice…It is deliciously refreshing hot or iced.”
Sipped throughout the day, tea quenches, soothes, satifies… and delivers healthful antioxidants. We have blended this tea with just the right amount of lemon and a dash of spice. It is deliciously refreshing hot or iced. 20 individually foil wrapped tea bags per box. 6 boxes per case. Net Wt. 1.37 oz. (38g).
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I woke up this morning with a bit of a sore throat so, I decided to make this tea. I filled my tea mug with water, popped it in the microwave for three minutes and promptly dunked in the teabag once the microwave stopped, adding in my usual teaspoon of sugar. The temperature of the tea was very soothing, but that has more to do with my microwave than the tea itself. The teas was soothing but I would have preferred more of a lemon flavor to it.
Hmm…I’m afraid my rating may not be fair. After sipping the tea black, I decided on a whim that a little sugar might bring out the lemon flavor. In fact, that lemony flavor was so subtle that the sugar merely masked it. This is what I get for fiddling with perfectly good black tea!
With sweetener, Lemon Lift is still rather good, but the lemon is masked and dampened so as to be barely perceptible. I think I would give this tea an even higher rating left on its own; I think one would be better off actually trying to appreciating the subtlety of the flavor rather than trying to enhance it artificially.
This is one of my favorite go-to teas! It has the caffeine that I want to pep me up in the morning and a nice pairing of black tea and lemon flavor.
I also like the individually packaged tea bags which keep the flavor fresh.
Flavors: Lemon, Spices
I love this tea, but not that much! It was refreshing to have lemon with my black tea. I LOVE BLACK TEA, especially with lemon. Now this tea blend tasted like real lemon, not that fake artificial bull shit. It was unexpected honestly for it to taste like real lemon, however it had a chalky after taste and kind of alcohol after taste. I like this tea and will continue to buy/drink it, however some weird aftertastes.
Flavors: Black Pepper, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Sweet, Tart, Tea
Okay…. what I liked about this tea is the lemon and the spices, How all of this blends together in a hot cup of tea is good. When this cools down not so much…. not a fan of the after taste, as it is less than pleasant. This could all be a personal preference though. It does the job if you are having a craving a lemon for sure.