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Honey Lemon Ginseng Green Tea

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Green Herbal Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Daniel Scott
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195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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  • “This is my go-to tea when I'm having a bad day. It's easy, it doesn't require me to think or do anything special or even pay attention while I'm making it. I resteep it and it stays good. I think...” Read full tasting note
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    MegDonovan 57 tasting notes
  • “Not one of my favourite teas ever, but definitely one of my standbys. I tend to abuse this tea, fill a travel mug with a teabag in, and keep on refilling it as the day goes on. Perhaps not the...” Read full tasting note
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    C-chan 269 tasting notes
  • “On a whim for ginseng, I decided to try this tea at first with a timid drop of added honey (a mixture of raw and buckwheat honey) and it has a delicate yet very full flavour. Coming in from the...” Read full tasting note
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    lizardoblivion 6 tasting notes

From Tetley

Savour a medley of delicious flavours: the tantalizing taste of green tea, the zesty zing of lemons, and the hint of sweet honey. We add ginseng for its health benefits. The result is a tea that’s light, refreshing and good for you too. Garnish with a wedge of fresh lemon and serve.

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This is my go-to tea when I’m having a bad day. It’s easy, it doesn’t require me to think or do anything special or even pay attention while I’m making it. I resteep it and it stays good. I think someone else described it as taking abuse well – and that’s be best way to describe it. I can use boiling water or water straight from my tap and it still does the job. It doesn’t have a particularly strong taste…but it’s warm and comforting. Better than some of the other Tetley varieties I’ve tried that seem to be bland without any redeeming qualities.

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Not one of my favourite teas ever, but definitely one of my standbys.

I tend to abuse this tea, fill a travel mug with a teabag in, and keep on refilling it as the day goes on. Perhaps not the best way to enjoy the tea, and I should give it a proper tasting one of these days, but I can say that it holds up to the abuse quite well, and I enjoy it during my classes after it’s had time to well oversteep.

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On a whim for ginseng, I decided to try this tea at first with a timid drop of added honey (a mixture of raw and buckwheat honey) and it has a delicate yet very full flavour. Coming in from the cold outside and it still being what I consider the morningtime; it’s a most perfect reviver!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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