I brewed up a pitcher full of this last night for chilling in the fridge. It’s an AWESOME iced tea. so good. So very very good. I think it’s even better iced than hot.
“I brewed up a pitcher full of this last night for chilling in the fridge. It’s an AWESOME iced tea. so good. So very very good. I think it’s even better iced than hot.” Read full tasting note
“I forgot that I still had some of this and just found it recently in my stash. I have had it for quite a few months and I think it is getting stale (my bad, I really need to do a moratorium on...” Read full tasting note
“Working on getting this one to sipdown level. I think I brewed it a bit strong tonight, but it’s reasonably tasty, all limey and a bit creamy. Probably would be a bit better if I diluted it some,...” Read full tasting note
“I wanted something citrusy and sweet tonight while watching Wizard of Oz on TV. This fit the bill! I found my sample and brewed it up. This is absolutely delicious! The scent is like lemon...” Read full tasting note
This is an extremely limited edition blend. We have enough for twenty 2oz. pouches of this blend, then it’s gone. This is a Kukicha green tea blended with lemon myrtle and natural flavors.
We’ve managed to capture the essence of a slice of lemon-lime meringue pie, with a light touch of pastry-like crust, lemon and lime and of course, the meringue. Those of you who have the opportunity to try this are going to be blown away by it. Don’t delay, it’s not going to last long.
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I forgot that I still had some of this and just found it recently in my stash. I have had it for quite a few months and I think it is getting stale (my bad, I really need to do a moratorium on buying any more green tea).
This still tastes good to me though, definitely very meringue and dessert like, the lime and lemon flavors just seem to really pop. I put a bit of soymilk in there sometimes to enhance the creamy flavor. It’s also a good iced tea. I hope Frank does another lemon meringue tea someday. :)
Working on getting this one to sipdown level. I think I brewed it a bit strong tonight, but it’s reasonably tasty, all limey and a bit creamy. Probably would be a bit better if I diluted it some, though, because it’s verging on bitter. The flavour profile, now that I think about it, is actually fairly similar to Sun & Cloud Mist, which I definitely prefer – this one just maybe has less base tea, and more lemongrass.
I wanted something citrusy and sweet tonight while watching Wizard of Oz on TV. This fit the bill! I found my sample and brewed it up. This is absolutely delicious! The scent is like lemon pledge mixed with sweet, almost-burnt sugar. The beginning of the sip is a bit tart… more of a lime tartness to it and then it leaves me with an astringency in my mouth. This THEN evolves into the lemon-lime meringue pie! So delicious! The aftertaste is fantastic. The sweetness lingers and this tastes exactly like the pie! The tartness and sweetness mixed with creaminess that the kukicha imparts. This is great! The crust is in there as well, and this is all in the aftertaste as well. As I continue to drink this awesome beverage, I have this continual dessert in my mouth. Great tea! Genius! It doesn’t need any sugar either. Though, I’m rather curious as to what it would taste like with sugar.
Lemon-Lime Meringue Kukicha is a VIT (Very Important Tea) indeed! The aroma is intoxicating and the liquor is tangy, sweet, and creamy all at once. This tea is very refreshing and satisfying with a bit of agave as a dessert tea. Yum!
I have to run but I wanted to check in with my Steepster friends. I hope you’re all well :))
Another tea from my sampler from iHeartTeas.
The loose tea doesn’t have much of a fragrance other than a gentle citrus breeze. Once brewed this tea is yellow in colour with the same gentle citrus fragrance.
This reminds me very much of warm lime/lemon cordial that I had warm as a child when I was ill. It’s got the zesty and slight waxy citrus blend that is not lip puckeringly sour but for a brief second very close to it. Despite that one second of sourness it’s a mellow blend that’s very easy to drink and enjoy. As for the meringue there might be a slight toasty charm lingering in the depth of the blend.
Overall I like this very much, it’s something that really grows on you as you drink it. It remains consistent throughout the cup in terms of strength and flavour.
Yay, my order from 52Teas came in! I have a wealth of new teas to choose from, but I was so excited to try LiberTeas’ version of this popular blend so it’s the first one I steeped up. The dry tea has a fragrant lemon-line scent with hints of something sweet underneath. The sweetness bloomed as the tea steeped until it reminded me very much of how lemon meringue pie smells fresh out of the oven.
The flavour is citrusy and fresh and very much like the filling of a meringue pie if you left out the sugar. The meringue flavour is hard to find at first but as the tea cools off it sneaks its way in. I wish it were a bit more prominent from the get-go but overall I really enjoyed this blend.
I was so glad I got this tea. My order kept crashing when I bought it and Frank was so helpful in making sure it got through.
I was able to get three steeps out of this. Generally I prepare a pot so I used two teaspoons to approximately 16 oz. of water. I haven’t gotten to using a thermometer yet, so what I do on a first steep of green or white is just allow my water to boil, open the water kettle and let it cool down for seven minutes, then pour the water and steep for 1:30 minutes. The first steep was a wonderful blend of lemon, lime, and meringue. The green tea was a really nice base for this. No sugar needed. I noticed as it cooled down the flavors sweetened a little more, this would make a fabulous iced tea. The second brew was (water boil, open kettle for five minutes) steeped for 2:15, still wonderful but not as creamy. The third brew (water boil) steeped for 3 minutes, still had some citrus notes with the green tea. I probably could have gone for a fourth steep, but didn’t.