Lemongrass Herbal Infusion

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Ah, the joys of drinking furniture polish! Okay, I’m kidding. A little bit. But show me someone that doesn’t think of Pledge when smelling this and I’ll show you someone that needs to dust more....” Read full tasting note
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    aug3zimm 911 tasting notes
  • “Dry Leaf: Looks like Lemongrass and has a very faint smell of Lemon. Wet Leaf: Lemongrass changes colors...everything from shades of greens, yellows, browns, and even a few tans. Aroma once wet...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “This is one of my favorite herbal teas right now. I love lemongrass on its own, also it is very versatile because I like it in black tea, green tea or white tea. Yesterday I cold brewed it and...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2463 tasting notes
  • “-Dry leaves have small pieces of light green stalk. Wet leaves show a range of green and brown plump stalks. -Dry leaves have a delicate grassy citrus aroma. Tea liquor smells strongly of...” Read full tasting note
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    JosieJade 358 tasting notes

From Teatulia Teas

100% Organic Lemongrass Herbal Infusion Tea
Purely Invigorating.
Nothing but the purest organic lemongrass for a clean, bright, refreshing herbal indulgence.
Naturally caffeine free.

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13 Tasting Notes

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911 tasting notes

Ah, the joys of drinking furniture polish! Okay, I’m kidding. A little bit. But show me someone that doesn’t think of Pledge when smelling this and I’ll show you someone that needs to dust more.

I’ve never had Lemongrass straight before, but now thanks to TeaEqualsBliss’s generosity, I can! I thought today was a good day for it since I seem to be fighting off a cold or some other illness most likely related to getting caught in the rain yesterday. Herbals always throw me off since I measure my tea by weight but I’m never sure how much of non-tea leaf to use. A lot of times I’ll use the same .5g/1oz ratio I use for greens and oolongs but if I did that for this, I’d probably be using way too much lemongrass since this is some pretty light stuff. So I did a generous heaping teaspoon for my 10oz then rounded that amount up to an even 2g.

The smell definitely makes me think of Pledge (though perhaps you wouldn’t assume that I could make such an association, given how dusty my house is). But it smells like a tasty, sophisticated version of Pledge. Lemon-fresh without the chemical foam. The taste, thankfully, is not like Pledge. It’s darker and a little grassy with a bright citrus sparkle that makes it feel clean and refreshing and reminds me more of lemon rind than lemon juice. It’s sweet and thankfully not tart or astringent. Just really tasty. And it’s kind of making me feel like my sinuses have been given a light dusting.

This is by far the tastiest furniture polish I’ve ever had the pleasure to sip. Thanks TeaEqualsBliss!

ETA: The second steep (7:00) has more lemon flavor but also more grass flavor, making this almost like a very strongly flavored green tea.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Dry Leaf: Looks like Lemongrass and has a very faint smell of Lemon.
Wet Leaf: Lemongrass changes colors…everything from shades of greens, yellows, browns, and even a few tans. Aroma once wet it seems to activate the Lemongrass and the scent is much more strong. Smells like Lemon Pledge.
Liquid: Near Clear…just the ever so light coloring of pale yellow.
Herbal Infusion Taste: Very pleasant and thirst-quenching. The taste is not overly lemon…but you can still tell it’s lemongrass. The Lemongrass taste seems to be matched with an earthy/grass taste.
This is tasty!

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
gmathis

I like the smell of Lemon Pledge … unfortunately, it doesn’t materialize at my house often, in my teacup or on the furniture.

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2463 tasting notes

This is one of my favorite herbal teas right now. I love lemongrass on its own, also it is very versatile because I like it in black tea, green tea or white tea. Yesterday I cold brewed it and stuck it in the fridge along with some dried ginger. The end result is very tasty and I’m enjoying it a lot!

Anna

This sounds so completely refreshing.

TeaBrat

Totally! You need to try it :)

gmathis

I haven’t had dried ginger around the house for a long time … suddenly feeling the need to!

TeaBrat

yeah I purchased some at a bulk herb store, it is very nice for mixing into other teas.

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-Dry leaves have small pieces of light green stalk. Wet leaves show a range of green and brown plump stalks.
-Dry leaves have a delicate grassy citrus aroma. Tea liquor smells strongly of lemon.
-Tea liquor is a clear medium yellow color.
-Light lemony flavor with a pleasantly strong finish.
-Best with no additives. (Sweetener dulls lemon flavor).
-Good tea. Tastes like warm lemonade. Much better when prepared iced.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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This is not a loose leaf, but a tea-dust satchet. My first exposure to lemongrass was Adagio’s Cha Cha herbal tea. I decided to try a tea with lemongrass as the main ingredient. Hmm, not quite as good as it was working with peppermint and chamomile, but not bad.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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I forgot to thank TeaEqualsBliss in my last tasting note. She sent me the Earl Grey from Bigelow, and she sent me this Lemongrass from Teatulia – THANK YOU TeaEqualsBliss

This is very nice. It has a buttery sweet smoothness to it, it isn’t overpoweringly LEMON – like a puckery/sour lemony flavor – but a sweet, lemon-curd-y kind of lemon. I like it very much.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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596 tasting notes

Best lemongrass I’ve tried. As rich as any tea, buttery, not pungent. Wow.

TeaCast

Oooooooh. Love me some lemongrass.

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First Sip Thought: “Not what I was expecting!”

Smell: I don’t know what I was thinking when I first opened the package, but I just didn’t think it’d have a great scent – or at least strong enough to smell in other rooms. To my surprise, even with the pale greenish-yellow liquid after steeping, the herbal infusion still gave off a strong lemon aroma throughout the room. Not my favourite smell, but I do believe it made my kitchen smell freshly clean! (I’ve read some other reviews stating it reminds them of Lemon Pledge)

Taste: As an herbal infusion, this is a blend I had a hard time try to review based on the taste. Mainly because I would say this is definitely one you should not just read reviews to make up your decision on trying it or not. It’s very different from other reviews I have done. I was surprised that there was absolutely no bitter taste – it was actually quite smooth. I wish I have tried a lemongrass before to compare but so far Teatulia’s is on my list of more to purchase!

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Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

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Excellent. I steeped for about 6 minutes. It is the best lemongrass I have ever tried. It’s smooth, not astringent at all. This is blended with bay leaf, which I did not get a hint of but I assume is the secret to its success. I’ve been looking for something to drink after dinner and this fits the bill. I did add some cream and honey – I was worried it might curdle, but it didn’t at all. It’s also great for the digestion and skin.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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Ran out of ginger tea so I’m using the Lemongrass to soothe my overstuffed tummy. :-) I like this lemongrass, I like to blend it with my PG Tips or my PG Green. It’s tasty enough to drink on its own, lemonish and smooth.

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