add honey and whiskey and drink on a cold night, thank me later
“This is one of those teas you're not really "supposed" to love. Not only is it bagged tea, it's bagged tea you can find in pretty much any supermarket. Not even in a fancy pyramid bag! But my...” Read full tasting note
“Yep, I'm definitely getting sick. So what do I choose? This tea, of course. Lemon for the cough, and ginger for the chills. Worked wonders, and tasted pretty good in the process. The ginger gets a...” Read full tasting note
“I have a bit of a dry scratchy throat and a bit of a dry sniffy nose today. I am hoping it's from not sleeping well and not from getting sick. I thought some warm tea would be soothing and picked...” Read full tasting note
“I know this is not a very respectable tea, it isn't even a real tea at all, but after months of turning my nose up at this box I realized over the weekend that it was exactly what I needed. Again....” Read full tasting note
The zesty citrus flavour of lemon has been invigorating the tea experience for hundreds of years. Chinese herbalists were known to use the pungent taste of ginger in tea over 2500 years ago. Today the expert blenders at Twinings have combined these two great flavours for a lively and enjoyable herbal tea experience.
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The only bagged tea I keep around right now. My friend made it for me when I was sick once and I said, “what tea is this?! It tastes like the botan rice candies I used to eat when I was a kid!!” So if you want a delicious tea that tastes like Japanese candies, drink this with loads of honey! This is like ultimate comfort food to me, I don’t care if it’s cold or hot out, middle of the day or middle of the night, I will never ever say no to this tea. :)
A tea Leah makes me drink when she things I’m getting a cold even when I insist that Asgardians are immune to such mortal illnesses. However, it’s pretty good for a forced drink, especially if you sneak in a taste of sugar when she’s not looking. However, it does have a slight odor resembling the pledge of lemons.
This is not a tea I would typically choose to buy in the supermarket. I am only trying it as I got a bag in my free Twinings sampler pack that I got in the mail.
As soon as you put the water in, it appears cloudy, and there’s a very strong ginger smell – not so much lemon. Despite the strong smell, the flavour was not as off-putting as I had anticipated it to be, although there’s an interesting aftertaste.
Like some others have said, I think this tea could be good with some honey in it if you’re feeling unwell. It’s not my type of tea though.
This is a fairly nice tea. I drank it way too much (several times a day) and got over it, but it’s good. It’s pretty strong on the ginger, I feel, and then the next note is really lemongrass (rather than lemon). Needs more lemon, but otherwise, I think it’s good. I drank it sweetened or else it just tasted really wrong.