“Sipdown! I made a huge gallon pitcher of this one iced the other day. I knew that I didn’t have enough tea left for just the right amount so I dumped the rest of what I had left and kept it...” Read full tasting note
“I hung out with my mom today and were at the mall and without anything better to do we stopped in to Teavana. They were super nice today; so I decided to buy something. My mom was pretty awed by...” Read full tasting note
“So I wanted 3 oz of this when I went to Teavana, so I asked them for 2 oz so that they could do the whole “Oops! I poured too much” sales spiel. I ended up with exactly how much I...” Read full tasting note
“This tea is so good. It deserves a better rating. I’m having it with honey, and …roasted fennel I haven’t put away yet. It’s for a beet-fennel-orange salad, probably with...” Read full tasting note
Citrusy orange, sweet pineapple and delicious apples complement and soften to a smooth perfection with luscious lavender, sage and sea buckthorn.
Zesty sea buckthorn, pineapple & orange with lavender & sage.
Use 1.5-2 tsp of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to just at boiling (208 degrees/98 degrees Celsius) and steep for 5-6 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: Apple pieces, candied pineapple pieces (pineapple, sugar, citric acid), sea buckthorn berries, citrus peels, orange juice pieces, natural and artificial flavoring, pineapple chips, citrus slices, apple slices, lavender blossoms, sage
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This is one of my favorite teas from Teavana, and one of the first ones that I purchased as a beginner. Normally, I like to blend it with the Sweet Asian Pear White Tea, and it is just amazing.
I normally brew this one with 2 tsps of the Citrus Lavendar Sage and 2 tsps of the Sweet Asian Pear, along with 1 tsp of German Rock Sugar and it is heaven.
This tea is pretty darn spectacular. I have not tried it hot (my husband said it was wonderful and he is not a fan of herbal teas at all), but it is wonderful iced. I love anything lavender flavored. At the particular Teavana I went to (the one in Water Tower Place in Chicago), the sales associate informed me that this was her favorite tea and that each reuse of the tea brought out multiple flavors. I think she said the first steep was mostly citrus, the second steep contained more lavender flavors, and with the third steep the sage was the most prevalent. I am only on my first try, but it is wonderful