Meyer Lemon Herbal Tea

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Citric Acid, Hibiscus, Lemon Oil, Lemongrass, Orange Peel, Rose Hips, Safflower
Flavors
Lemon
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Bagged tea and pop tarts for breakfast, because it's quick/easy and I'm still so exhausted from last night/work this week. At least I have all weekend off! I'm really happy with my tea choice for...” Read full tasting note
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    roswellstrange 1928 tasting notes
  • “Ooh, this works really well as a cheater's cold steep. 1 bag in a vitamin water bottle (because I had one) for 24 hours, and BAM! Tasty juice-tea. I've been sipping on it all morning while...” Read full tasting note
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    OMGsrsly 1457 tasting notes
  • “I don't usually get all excited to try an herbal tea, especially a bagged herbal tea, but, when I found this tea on the Stash Tea website I wanted to try it! I love Meyer Lemons! I was a...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4391 tasting notes
  • “Wow I didn't even know there was hibiscus in this! Honestly, it tastes like I'm drinking a cup of hot lemon and honey :D Well, I added the honey. But this is a kick butt cup of herbal bagged...” Read full tasting note
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    DaisyChubb 504 tasting notes

From Stash Tea Company

An artfully crafted herbal blend of rosehips, lemongrass, orange peel, hibiscus, Meyer lemon oil and safflower. Meyer lemons are a cross between a lemon and mandarin orange. They are a burst of lemon flavor without the lip-puckering tartness. The juicy lemony taste and fragrant aroma of this tea is a delight any time of day, hot or iced.

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26 Tasting Notes

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1928 tasting notes

Bagged tea and pop tarts for breakfast, because it’s quick/easy and I’m still so exhausted from last night/work this week. At least I have all weekend off!

I’m really happy with my tea choice for the most part though; I’m just slightly regretting not picking something with lots of caffeine like a mate; maybe that’d be just a touch more helpful with feeling “bright eyed and bushy tailed”. At least this is tasty!

Tre just got up and immediately started bitching about the dishes not being done. Excuse me!? I’ve been doing all the dishes for the last month: you want a frying pan so you can make eggs? Fucking wash it yourself.

Kat_Maria

Haha, the joys of having room-mates (“apartment-mates”). Been there, done that!

keychange

hahahahahahaha bright eyed and bushy tailed! I loved this note.

Fjellrev

Man, I don’t miss having a roommate.

Tabby

Ugh, some people are so entitled..

Sami Kelsh

If it makes you feel any better, I had a boyfriend whose flatmate once called him out on never volunteering to clean the bathroom. He said he thought the bathroom never needed cleaning because it always looked fine.

He was seriously shocked when she told him that it was always fine because she cleaned it every week. He thought it just stayed magically clean on its own without intervention. He lived alone when we were dating. You could totally tell that the whole not-cleaning-the-bathroom habit was one that died hard. Sigh. It’s not that hard to wash a pan. I’m pretty glad I live alone.

CelebriTEA

The pan issue sounds like my Very Spoiled son…grrr…
He thinks there is some magic "Cleaning Fairy who runs behind him
smh! He is 19

Roswell Strange

The roommate in question here is 20. I kinda get why he doesn’t want to do dishes; it’s his job – but he still has to take his turn every now and then or not get pissed when I do them at my pace.

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1457 tasting notes

Ooh, this works really well as a cheater’s cold steep. 1 bag in a vitamin water bottle (because I had one) for 24 hours, and BAM! Tasty juice-tea.

I’ve been sipping on it all morning while contemplating rice, because food poisoning. UGH. Do not recommend.

This tea, however, is quite decent. I drink it hot as well, but I think I prefer it cold like this.

gmathis

Sorry about the poison part. Been there, done that all the way to the hospital. Take care of yourself!

OMGsrsly

This wasn’t so bad, but bad enough that I was up most of the night and my tummy is still super upset. Thankfully the nausea isn’t so bad I can’t drink tea. :)

I tried blended carrot ginger soup, but no. I might make congee.

Roswell Strange

This is the best sick tea, without question.

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4391 tasting notes

I don’t usually get all excited to try an herbal tea, especially a bagged herbal tea, but, when I found this tea on the Stash Tea website I wanted to try it! I love Meyer Lemons!

I was a little dismayed to find that there is hibiscus in this blend – but the hibiscus is not a strong presence in this cup. It’s just enough to add some color to the brewed liquor, and perhaps a bit of tartness.

This is lemon-y goodness! Yes, it’s tart – quite tart – even pucker-y tart! But it’s a lemon-y tartness, so I am finding it rather pleasant. Sweet, fruity and delicious.

LiberTEAS

This one gets even better as it cools! YUMMY – like Meyer Lemonade!

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504 tasting notes

Wow I didn’t even know there was hibiscus in this!

Honestly, it tastes like I’m drinking a cup of hot lemon and honey :D Well, I added the honey. But this is a kick butt cup of herbal bagged tea, especially to soothe a sore throat. Courtesy of my mother-in-law’s tea stash. Yum!

I’m using these cool things called Honey Beads. They dissolve instantly in hot water, they’re pretty much dry honey! Brilliant. I got them for Christmas from some Toronto friends and they are awesome.

I digress! I’m having a swap!
Check out my post in the Swap thread, and if you can get a package out by Monday the 13th, let’s do this babeh.

http://steepster.com/discuss/641-swaps-lets-swap-some-tea?page=15

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189 tasting notes

Bagged, looking into loose leaf
Aroma when Dry: Bright, tart, floral
After water is first poured: lemon
At end of steep: very lemony, hints of hibiscus
Tea liquor:
At end of steep: dusty yellow
Staple? No
Time of day preferred: any, but day primarily
Taste:
At first: lemon, almost blackberry leaf notes, rosehips very faint hibiscus
As it cools? notes taste like unsweetened lemony syrup
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No
Lingers? Yes, the rosehips and lemon mostly

Want to try chilled

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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587 tasting notes

A great lemon taste that is good either hot or cold. I usually just leave my teabag in my cup and drink it without milk or sweetner.

LiberTEAS

This is one of the nicer fruit tisanes that I’ve encountered. I love the meyer lemon flavor in this.

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5 tasting notes

This was okay but I really miss their Lemon Blossom tea,as it was a lot more lemony.

sgullen

Do we order more?

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531 tasting notes

Maybe it’s because I’m in the mood for a tart, fruity tea, but this tea is very fitting for this rainy evening. I love the bright lemon flavors! The beginning of the sip is a little bland, but the tart finish is rather enjoyable. It’s not a jaw-dropping tea, but I’m very pleased with it tonight. Thanks, TeaEqualsBliss!

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223 tasting notes

I believe this was a gift from LiberTeas – thank you!

Dry, the bag smells a bit like lemon-scented cleaner. It is very strong. The brewed tisane is not pink, suprisingly – clearly there is not as much hibiscus in here as I was expecting. Hot, I found this way too tart and a little bitter, so I chilled the rest of the cup, and I like it much better cold – it isn’t as tart and it is very refreshing.

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25 tasting notes

I’ve never had a Meyer lemon, but this tea is wonderful. Slightly more orangey than a regular lemon so I’ll be heading for the produce section to pick some of these up

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