Lemon Cream Pie

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Rooibos Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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  • “Thanks to *whatshesaid* for a bit of this tea, which I previously missed out on! I was curious to see how it stacked up to Della Terra's Lemon/Lime Chiffon. As it turns out? Not that well. It's...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Lemon win! Here is another I have liberated from the back of my cupboard and taken to work for a bit. This is a sweet lemon, there isn't much by way of rind or sourness here which I appreciate. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Now *this* is good. A true, lemony dessert tea. Have you ever had lemon bars? The gooey kind? This is a liquid version. It's like I can even taste the powdered sugar that's sprinkled on top! ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “1 rounded TB for 500 mL water, 1 packet stevia. My regular nightcap. Now that I've shaken up the packet a bit, I get more of the petal-ly bits which seem to put the 'cream' in this brew, and...” Read full tasting note
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From DAVIDsTEA

A zesty burst of lemon collides with the richness of fresh cream in this delicious dessert of a rooibos. It’s all tart citrus up top with a touch of warm, creamy vanilla underneath – the only thing missing is the flaky pastry crust. You’ll long for it year round, night and day. But with its burst of lemony sunshine, it’s the perfect combination of lively and cozy to brighten up those grey autumn evenings.

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I’ve had this tea twice now with the only difference between brewings being the addition of milk in the first round. (Agave syrup used both times). Yet I’ve gotten completely different flavours from it.

Round one it was heavenly. Such a nice deep lemon vanilla flavour. It reminded me of lemon meringue pudding that I’ve had. So thick and rich on the tongue. Just perfect for a dessert tea or a before bedtime snack as it is caffeine free. It moved to the top of my list of citrus teas and I was happily awaiting a chance to have it again.

Tonight I skipped the milk as I’m trying to cut back on that habit and just found the whole thing falling flat. Barely a lemon taste and certainly no vanilla. I steeped it for the same amount of time and you’d swear that all I did was walk by and wave my tea at the water hoping it would flavour it that way.

So I don’t know what is going on here as I’m sure milk doesn’t make that much of a difference. I put the tin back in the cupboard to punish it and maybe lingering in the back for a few more weeks will teach it to brew properly.

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This tea is truly divine! The smell alone will trigger beautiful memories of Mom’s homemade lemon meringue pie. The taste is sweet and the lemon is very refreshing. This tea soothes my sweet tooth while keeping me warm during the winter on my walk to class.
Very delicious!

Preparation
4 min, 30 sec

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Two of my friends told me about this baby. I hesitated because I don’t like the strong taste of lemon. I kind of regret not jumping on the train while it was there because that tea, well, it’s not a tea. It’s a pie you can drink. A Cream lemon pie. You taste it and you can imagine yourself sitting at the table with your family, eating a homemade lemon cream pie. Since the taste is strong, I do not drink it often. It’s totally worth the purchase though.
Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Oh this tea. It is SO delicious! It’s like a mug of dessert – and I like to give it a few infusions too since it’s a rooibos. It’s a great one!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 15 sec

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Yum, but not quite what I expected.

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This one is nice and rich and balanced. It really does taste like lemon cream pie! Lemony, buttery, delightful!

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This tea smells heavenly and tastes even better. It is a perfect sweet tea for after dinner, and really tastes like lemon cream pie. The lemon is definitely there but not overpowering, and the smooth cream flavour shines through. I haven’t tasted any tea that is comparable.

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I’m a fan of lemon cream pie. I’m a fan of tea. I’m not a big fan of this tea. The promised vanilla undertones are too faint for my liking and the lemon is too tart. Maybe if steeped at just 4 minutes it would be better suit my tastes. I add a touch of agave to my cup, but even so, I don’t prefer this tea warm.
That said, when chilled, it’s quite nice. The vanilla flavor is more apparent when this tea is chilled but my boyfriend who tried it with me still thought it was too tart when cold. If you like strong citrus flavors this is definitely the tea to try. That said, it just wasn’t exactly to my liking.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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