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Lychee Black Tea

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “Lychees are definitely one of my favorite fruits. They remind me of summer days in the back yard of the house where I used to live in Minnesota. They're like little presents with thin wrapping. You...” Read full tasting note
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From Indigo Tea Company

Sweet China lychee (lichee) fruit flavored black tea. Smooth & fruity. Very nice as an iced tea.

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Lychees are definitely one of my favorite fruits. They remind me of summer days in the back yard of the house where I used to live in Minnesota. They’re like little presents with thin wrapping. You peel them and take in the fresh, deep scent of lychee. There’s nothing quite like that smell.

So when I first discovered lychee tea when I was just getting into loose leaf teas I was ecstatic. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on some. This lychee black tea by Indigo Tea Company is the first and only lychee tea I’ve ever had. I don’t have other lychee tea to compare it to but I think I have the idea.

The dry leaf smells unmistakable like lychees – fresh and fruity. It’s a great thing to have a tin of this tea on a winter day like today in Great Falls, Montana where one would be hard pressed to find fresh lychees. The tea itself has a good black tea flavor with enough depth and body to balance the sweet flavor of lychee juice. Like most flavored teas like this, the added flavor doesn’t stand up to a second steeping well but it’s worth brewing a second time if you’d like.

As the description from Indigo Tea’s web page says, it’s wonderful iced with a little raw sugar. Absolutley perfect for hot days!

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

Oooh, I love lychee too. Samovar has a Lychee Black that I love, which you might want to check out if you’re looking to order from them. I drank it heavily during the summer, and now I’m about to run out of it – I’m down to a cup’s worth, so I’ll be reordering it in a large tin soon, I imagine. Though maybe I’ll wait until it warms up here.

Sounds like this one’s pretty good, though! I might need to order it sometime to see how it compares.


You can’t [yet]. And wow, that’d be sweet. I’ll be emailing you shortly.

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