Gosh I love this tea. It soothes and pleases, and I always drink it way too fast after it’s cooled. I may need to see if a cold brew is in order at some point… I mean, I have more than enough of it to try. ;)
“Gosh I love this tea. It soothes and pleases, and I always drink it way too fast after it's cooled. I may need to see if a cold brew is in order at some point... I mean, I have more than enough of...” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown!! I decided to finish what was left of this tonight. I might grab more in the future as it is definitely a delicious blend however I have a lot of the chiffons left and I think I would...” Read full tasting note
“It is all the fault of you guys that I bought this one yesterday. I was at Whole Foods just browsing and this was there and calling to me. So of course I pull out my phone and read the reviews,...” Read full tasting note
“Oh, I love this one. I'm so sad it's (nearly) gone, as I really have no reason to buy more tea for a while. But, this one might justify it. It's a very good standby. Sweet, creamy, a little bit...” Read full tasting note
A colourful blend of green and red rooibos with a smooth lemon taste reminiscent of freshly baked lemon meringue pie. With a delicious zesty lemon flavour and a perfect creamy finish, this red tea infusion is a sweet and healthy treat!
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I decided to finish what was left of this tonight. I might grab more in the future as it is definitely a delicious blend however I have a lot of the chiffons left and I think I would need to get through those before I can justify buying some of this. Thank you MissB for sending me this to try. It is lemony and creamy and just a very pleasant cup.
On another note, why is “cannabis”, “green bell peppers”, “asparagus”, etc. flavor options but there is no “lemon”, “mint”, etc.? I find this very, very strange.
It is all the fault of you guys that I bought this one yesterday. I was at Whole Foods just browsing and this was there and calling to me. So of course I pull out my phone and read the reviews, and here are all of you singing the praises. Needless to say, the tea came home with me.
Sipping it this morning I can’t help but feel I’ve had this one before. It tastes identical to the Lemon Cream Rooibos from The Tea Haus, which isn’t a bad thing. I loved that tea, but found that it wasn’t one I reached for on a regular basis. I suspect that this one is going to be the same. The lemon here is delicious, and I enjoy the creaminess that comes with it. I’m not getting meringue so much as cream, but it is still yummy.
So yes, a lovely delicious tea but one that for me is unmemorable.
Mmmmm. I was expecting the lemon (duh), but I was not expecting the meringue. The name is surprisingly accurate. Was a nice sweet tea, but every time I get a cup in-store they seem to brew it at the approximate temperature of the surface of the sun. I think I burnt my tastebuds. But what a way to go.
MissB was so generous to include a sample of this with the teas I bought from her. Thank you so much for letting me try this one!
WOW, WOW, and WOW! I am in love! I am always on the hunt for good lemon tea. I love lemon! This was perfect. First it tasted exactly like the name suggests. I got the lemon with no lemon grass, I got creamy, I got rich full of flavor in your mouth deliciousness. This sample made me want to go out and buy stupid amounts of this tea so there is never any chance of running out. I will have to savor this sample and then possible break my no more buying tea rule just to have this! Thank you so much MissB for including this!
I work in receiving at the bookstore, unpacking stock and shelving/displaying it. I could smell these Tealish teas as soon as I opened the box they were so fragrant and I knew right away I would have to buy them. Thankfully some of them at least come in a sample pack and I quickly set one aside because I knew these were going to be snapped up quickly. Tealish is a new brand for our store as we usually just stock Harney & Sons and Tea Forte. Now I like H&S as much as the next person, but it’s good to see some Canadian brands get in on the action too.
I’m not a huge rooibos fan but this is such a tasty tea. It has the fresh tang of lemon but it’s sweet as well like lemon candies – or lemon meringue pie, the sort that’s made properly with lots of fresh-squeezed lemon juice and a dollops of lightly-toasted meringue on top.