Lemon Ginger

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165 °F / 73 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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Lemon Ginger Snap Organic Tea Type: Green Tea

Ingredients: Organic Chinese green tea (guo lu), organic ginger root, organic lemon grass, and organic lemon myrtle

Origin of Lemon Ginger Snap Organic : Hunan, China

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I notice that this tea is no longer on SpecialTea Brew’s website, instead, the new Lemon Ginger Snap is an herbal blend with honeybush – while this lemon ginger snap is a green tea with ginger, lemongrass and lemon myrtle.

This is very nice, though. The green tea is a little bit on the grassy side, but, I don’t mind that. The lemony flavor and ginger pair very nicely together – the result is a flavor that is citrus-y and gently peppery, it has a very soothing and calming effect. I like it!

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From; http://www.itsallabouttheleaf.com/1775/tea-review-special-tea-brew-lemon-ginger-snap-2/

I wish I was at home, reading a book on a nice summer afternoon, because this tea deserves that. Or at least it deserves a little more than sitting in my boring cube at work in the middle of winter. A nice light tea, with strong ginger and lemon tones. While mild, this cloudy sage-green brew is not subtle. It is definitely GINGER and Lemon. Ginger is the strongest element, and comes out more in the flavor while the lemon flavor comes out more in the scent. The herbal element here is more to the fore than the tea element; it really feels more like a herbal than a flavored green tea. The blend works well both sweetened and unsweetened. I also bet this would be lovely iced.

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It’s early morning and I’m enjoying the peace that only comes with two sleeping children and a quiet house. So, naturally, I wanted a tea that would complement my zen moment and I went for Lemon Ginger. I hadn’t tried this tea before, but was hoping it would suit the moment. Out of the bag, the dry leaf smells very slightly lemony. I can’t pick up much more. (Must be the toast I just made…)

165/1.5 min. I can now smell the ginger as well. After letting it cool just a moment, I take a sip and any remaining stress melts away. This tea is so good! The ginger stands out the most for me, but it’s subtle, too. Not that overpowering, poke-your-tongue ginger taste, but just the flavor of it. Lemon is there as well, but thankfully, it’s very muted. Many a good tea has been overtaken by too much lemon. Because it is so well-balanced, I can also taste the green tea with a hint of grassiness. It’s a beautiful mix and a wonderful addition to my peaceful time alone, snuggled on the couch, waiting for the day to begin.

165 °F / 73 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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