Organic French Lemon Ginger

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From Element Tea

Ingredients: Lemon Verbena, Lemongrass, Botanicals, Ginger, South African Honeybush

Brew time: 5 min

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Not a sipdown, oh well. I got this one in a swap with Tea Sipper, thanks!

I like lemon and ginger, so I have high hopes for this one. And it totally delivers! This could be my perfect sick-tea… I often want lemon and ginger when not feeling well, and this is great. Sweet, lemony, gingery without being “hot” or too spicy. I think I could steep it longer and still be very happy, or possibly happier, with even more gingery lemon flavor. This is the kind of herbal tisane I can get behind,

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Thanks Muppetlove

I must be in a Lemony Mood Today! I know that each food craving ‘means’ something. I’ll have to google what Lemon means :)

This smells like a creamier lemon-ginger type liquid. The color is light yellow-brown with a pinch of orange to it.

The taste is pretty good! I can taste the ginger a little bit more than the lemon. Thankfully the ginger isn’t too over the top! It’s a little sweet and it makes my mouth water. There are touches of creaminess to it…not a dairy-cream flavor but a velvety-texture-type in a matter of speaking.

This is a goodie!


Apparently I must be needing some extra Vitamin B and/or Vitamin C

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1060 tasting notes

Tea #5 from the ’Here’s Hoping’ teabox.

I love lemon and ginger, so when my daughter asked me to make this for our afternoon tea I was happy to do so. The scent while steeping is mostly ginger, but when I poured the tea into cups the smell of lemon was really strong. It made our house smell so good!

The taste was much like the smell – lots of ginger up front with a sweet lemon burst towards the end of the sip. I really loved it, but my daughter thought it was just so-so. If some honey were added it would be the perfect sick day tea, and while I toyed with doing that I decided to add ice to the last cup. I let it get lukewarm and then added a bit of sugar and lots of ice. Heaven. This is an iced tea that’s meant to be drunk outside on a wide porch while rocking in a big white chair and chatting with the neighbors. It’s light and citrusy, but the ginger gives it just enough of an edge to keep it from being boring.

Another tea added to the shopping list. Yay for wonderful teaboxes!!!

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Yes, there is a reason ginger is in the name of this tea. I’m not a fan of ginger. It’s really all I can taste here. The lemon flavor isn’t too strong. I had a lemon tea from Numi a while back, the lemon verbena in that one reminded me of a sugary lemon candied donut I had years ago. So this is a disappointment. There is barely any honeybush in the bag either. It isn’t bad — it should just have a better flavor. I think lavender in the place of ginger would have been better.

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Sorry for all the backlogging going on. I keep opening Steepster throughout the week and then don’t write all these notes out. I have a list with 3 more teas, plus 3 I had yesterday, plus the tea I have now …I’m not even going to bother logging the tea bags I have gone through at work since most of them were Numi ones from a variety box and I doubt being able to remember them all.

This was another I had when I wasn’t feeling good. I always have it with honey.

This one is sitting at work now too, but last time I had it was when I noticed I was covered in hives. Even though I know it wasn’t the tea and honey that caused it, I’m still afraid to drink it! I never even got to fully enjoy it that day because I had to go find benadryl and it ended up getting abandoned at my desk because we spend our mornings in a classroom setting.

Again, this being an herbal I have no idea what to say. It tastes like lemongrass and ginger. It is what it says it is. It’s not something I would normally drink because I don’t care for these ingredients, but when you’re sick there’s just something comforting about it, especially when it’s like a cold/sore throat.

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