Apple and Lime

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “Got this as a free sample from Rosie Lee's Tearoom in Canterbury (thanks, guys!)... it's not helping the overcrowding of my tea cupboard but then again, it's only a small packet, so I can't...” Read full tasting note
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From Rosie Lea Tea

All the goodness of our glorious green tea with a twist! We have added apple and lime to our favoured green leaves to give you a wonderful citrus zing of flavours. Fantastic drunk hot but we do love it over ice. Add a little sugar and a touch of mint and you could almost believe you were drinking a mojito!
Naturally contains caffeine.
Chinese green tea, apple pieces, lime leaves, flavour.
How to Brew:
Take a teaspoon per cup (2 for a mug). Heat freshly drawn water to about 80 degrees centigrade, infuse for no longer than three minutes and drink without milk.

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Got this as a free sample from Rosie Lee’s Tearoom in Canterbury (thanks, guys!)… it’s not helping the overcrowding of my tea cupboard but then again, it’s only a small packet, so I can’t complain :)

It’s got a mysterious aroma, I can smell the rich green tea much better than I can any other flavours, apart from possibly the lime? I’ve rarely had teas with lime in them so perhaps I just can’t recognise it? By the smell the green tea could maybe be a chun mee or something similar, and the colour is a nice rich gold.

Tastewise, this is wonderfully mellow! There seems to be a hint of mint flavour and the apple and lime are equally balanced (nothing artificial or too strong in the apple, either), especially sweet at the start of a sip and becoming a little astringent and fruitier towards the end. Nicely robust and sweet; I like it! Might use it for my morning pick-up once I run out of plain green tea! :D

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

Hi, glad you enjoyed this tea. i was suprised to find a review of our great tea on Steepster, but pleased. It is one of our best sellers over the last year. We have over 65 teas including two which won awards in the 2013 Great Taste Awards in the UK. Check out our website at to see these and the rest of our range.

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