Sweet Lemon with Lemon Peels (917)

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Black Fruit Herbal Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “This tea always surprises me by being more pleasant than I anticipate. Of course, I anticipate it being something like drinking Pledge so that might not be saying much. Things I have learned...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Auggy's right. This smells like Pledge. I actually smelled it and thought Pine-Sol, but those two are pretty close. Also, maybe a little bit of cedar. It's not really a scent that inspires...” Read full tasting note
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From SpecialTeas

Full-leaf tea with lemon and lemon peels. Makes excellent iced tea!

Ingredients: Black tea, citrus peels, flavoring, chamomile flowers

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This tea always surprises me by being more pleasant than I anticipate. Of course, I anticipate it being something like drinking Pledge so that might not be saying much.

Things I have learned with this tea: It is too light for milk. Sugar is optional. It doesn’t really get bitter. The dry leaf smells horrid. The tea itself tastes pretty good. It doesn’t scream lemon so much as softly whisper “I’m not just plain tea. Promise.” It’s too light in body for a happy-making morning tea but ultimately it works.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec
gmathis

Hmmm…I’ve never been brave enough to try milk in fruity teas; seems like I remember my mom and grandma using lemon juice to curdle milk for various farmhouse recipes and I guess the sensory memory just stuck.

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Auggy’s right. This smells like Pledge. I actually smelled it and thought Pine-Sol, but those two are pretty close. Also, maybe a little bit of cedar. It’s not really a scent that inspires confidence when what you’re smelling is something you’re about to ingest.

Luckily, she’s also right in that it doesn’t taste like that. This was a milder tea for me, so far as teas go. Somehow, though, the combination of the lemon and the chamomile reminded me of potpourri. Originally, they combined to make me think I was getting a woody kind of taste, but now I’m definitely thinking it’s closer to potpourri. Eh. I can see where the thought was. Maybe if the lemon was a little bit stronger, this wouldn’t taste so strange, but…eh.

Just…eh.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 45 sec
Jillian

Pine-Sol, Eeeeeewwwww! D:

takgoti

Yeah, seriously. It’s very off-putting. The rating would have been pretty dismal if that had actually come through in the taste.

teaplz

Yeah, this one has a realllllly funky smell coming off it. A very artificial lemon smell… it smells a bit better than Bigelow’s Lemon Lift, if you should ever come across that one!

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