Lychee Red Black Tea (Li Che Hong Cha)

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  • “I rec'd this as part of my HoppiTEA goody basket from the very sweet *Alana237*. Thanks! :) This is my first tea by this company and the first lychee tea I've ever had. Actually I only remember...” Read full tasting note
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The sweetest black tea from Guangdong in Southern China. Scented with Lychee. It is the best tea for making ice tea, simply add a little to some cold water and allow to infuse over night in the fridge.

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I rec’d this as part of my HoppiTEA goody basket from the very sweet Alana237. Thanks! :) This is my first tea by this company and the first lychee tea I’ve ever had. Actually I only remember smelling lychee, so I’ve never tasted it before… it’s a day of many firsts! (OK, OK. I’ll confess. I entered “lychee” in wikipedia to see what came up: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lychee)

As soon as I ripped open the package, the fragrant and floral lychee smell hit my nostrils…and instantly calmed me. Lychee is a unique scent – it smells very floral but with a twinge of berry. Tastes more berry than floral – which is good news for you anti-floral tea fans.

I don’t have anything to compare this to, but I really do enjoy the unique flavor profile. It’s different and for that reason, fun. And because it’s black tea, it’s helping to kick my butt in high gear for the afternoon!

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