“mmmmmm... ok so *Raritea* found me a David's Tea that i really like. This is better than the 52 teas honeybush that i tried earlier. This is especially delicious in contrast to the sweet vanilla...” Read full tasting note
“Brewed this one up to compare to Lemon-Lime Kukicha, since I had an available infuser and was curious :D The aroma is pretty similar to Lemon-Lime Kukicha, nice and limey and creamy. I'm getting...” Read full tasting note
“Creamy with sweet lime and smells like a cookie - what is not to love?” Read full tasting note
“I am enjoying a cup of this while waiting for dinner to cook. Busy, busy day, so I am putting some in the fridge to drink later. Lime Gelato, you make my stressful days taste delicious.” Read full tasting note
Remember the summer you spent in Italy? Sipping espresso on the terrace, catching a ride on the back of a stranger’s Vespa, and of course, trying your first taste of tart, creamy lime gelato. With its fresh, fruity aroma and smooth flavour, this delicious mix of fruit, yogurt, and green tea will bring you right back. Try it iced. On a terrace. While the moon hits your eye.
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Pistachio GelatoCalifornia Tea House
limethe old curiosity tea shop
LimePerennial Tea Room
Japanese LimeThe Tea Centre
Mmm… delicious. I put off trying this for so long after multiple people convinced me that this was nearly identical to Lime Bang. Well, it is – however, while Lime Bang was prone to be bitter and sour despite a dedicated effort not to oversteep, Lime Gelato is creamier & delicately sweet thanks to the yogurt drops. A vast improvement! I can’t wait to try this iced.
I just don’t even care if this sounds disgusting. This tea tastes like melted lime popsicles. We used to make these amazing lime yogurt frozen pops every few summers and this is almost exactly that in liquid form. I love it. I love it I love it I love it.
It’s creamy, but not too creamy. Not buttery, but definitely thicker than plain old tea. This tea is really nice warm but it’s exceptionally good iced. I don’t know what it is about DavidsTea but they make incredible citrusy teas that lend themselves exceptionally well to being iced or hot. This tea also does not oversteep easily. I left the tea to steep for over ten minutes and it was still fine but I find around 7 minutes is optimal.
This is definitely a staple in my tea cupboard now.