It’s lemongrass. There’s not much that can be said about it other than it’s citrusy, slightly grassy and light. Not much of an impression by itself, but it can be added to other teas perfectly. Really goes well with their Jing Mai White.
Lemongrass Herbal Tea
Lemongrass (botanical name ‘Cymbopogon citratus’) is a cooling, clear and crisp herbal tea with a distinctive, spicy, lemony aroma. In addition to its use as a delicious and aromatic ingredient in Southeast Asian cooking, it also has many medicinal properties and is known to relieve fatigue, reduce stress, soothe the stomach, and help to induce sleep. It can be used to loosen and lessen mucous as well as to treat fevers and cramps. The essential oil is used as an ingredient in cosmetics and perfumes and is known for its antibacterial properties. Lemongrass can also be used to blend with other teas and herbs. Caffeine free.