This is another London purchase and it’s spectacular. Very, very lemony and robust. This will be a staple. Just a dab of honey brightens this up even further.
This tea is very straight forward.
“This is another London purchase and it's spectacular. Very, very lemony and robust. This will be a staple. Just a dab of honey brightens this up even further. This tea is very straight forward.” Read full tasting note
“Whittard lemon tea is nice black with one spoon of sugar added. Comes loose 125g 4oz or in tea bags.” Read full tasting note
“I have proclaimed the strawberry tea of this brand my ideal strawberry tea. I'm not sure if I can do the same with the lemon tea. I mean it's not like I was expecting something else, because I...” Read full tasting note
Like a blaze of morning sun, this zesty tea will brighten and revive your day. The taste of lemon lifts this traditional blend of fine black teas. A clear, bright blend that is wonderfully warming served hot or a refreshing treat poured over ice. We find it suitable at any time of day.
Use fresh water. Water left in the kettle loses vitality and makes tea taste dull
Rinse the pot with boiling water to bring out the tea’s flavour
Add 2-3 teaspoons of tea to a 6-cup pot
Pour in boiling water and leave to brew for 2-3 minutes
Strain and pour. This tea’s best without milk, but great with a spoon of honey
Stop what you are doing and enjoy.
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LemonHiggins & Burke
LemonAnn Arbor TeaHaus
I have proclaimed the strawberry tea of this brand my ideal strawberry tea. I’m not sure if I can do the same with the lemon tea. I mean it’s not like I was expecting something else, because I haven’t had better. But I haven’t really had worse either. I keep wanting to log this one, but in the last two days I’ve had three pots of it and I just end up drinking it and forgetting to log or even think about what I’d write about it. I’m not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but I’ve decided that it must be good. If it was bad, surely it would be easy to log, right?d
It’s a pleasant tea, not so lemony as to be sour, but not un-fruity either. I think it has a pretty good balance considering the fruit, and I’m toying with the idea of blending it with the strawberry tea. On it’s own I think it would also be great as an iced tea.