Cold-brewed with lemon! Very nice. I like having a jug of whatever on the go all the time now. It’s nice having a choice that isn’t pop or juice in the fridge when water isn’t cutting it. ;)
“Cold-brewed with lemon! Very nice. I like having a jug of whatever on the go all the time now. It's nice having a choice that isn't pop or juice in the fridge when water isn't cutting it. ;) ” Read full tasting note
“Weird. It doesn't say anything about lemons in the ingredients, but it's all I can taste, along with the black tea base. It's good, but not amazing. It IS amazing if you eat it with Devil's...” Read full tasting note
“The ingredient list of this tea intrigued me so I decided to make this the first tea I tried from the mystery tea box *Katiek* sent me while I was out of town. I have to agree that this tastes...” Read full tasting note
“BEST COLD! I really didn't like Summer Meadow as a hot tea, but cold, oh my god! It's fantastic on hot days when your doing yard work. I brew it hot the day before, brewing it at double...” Read full tasting note
Ingredients: black tea, pineapple bits, mango bits, apple treaters, hazelnut leaves, sour cherry halves, flavour, sunflower blossoms, rose hip peels, rose blossom leaves, mallow blossoms, marigold blossoms, peppermint leaves.
Taste: tangy fresh lemon
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The ingredient list of this tea intrigued me so I decided to make this the first tea I tried from the mystery tea box Katiek sent me while I was out of town.
I have to agree that this tastes like black tea plus lemons and that really is a surprising flavor to get out of this tea since lemons are not on the ingredient list. It was pretty disappointing hot so I decided to do a huge pitcher cold steeped and see if any of the other flavors came out. Even after 8 hours they didn’t, but I did notice that the lemon flavor wasn’t as overwhelming (a plus for me since I don’t like lemons). Either way it isn’t a terrible tea, just little disappointing. I’ve been drinking a lot of it the last few days in an effort to sip down my samples and I definitely prefer the cold steep.
I really didn’t like Summer Meadow as a hot tea, but cold, oh my god! It’s fantastic on hot days when your doing yard work.
I brew it hot the day before, brewing it at double strength and stick it in the fridge to chill, adding enough sweetener to approx. 1 tsp per cup. The next day you pour it in a half full glass and add ice. So fantastic, slightly sweet but mostly from the natural fruit sugars, very fruity a little lemon-y, which is great when your working up a sweat. Since you added ice to a strong brew you don’t have to worry about the flavor diluting horribly.
Its a wonderful alternative to powdered ice tea mix.