I Love Lemon

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Citric Acid, Hibiscus, Lemon Peel, Lemon Verbena, Lemongrass, Natural Lemon Flavor, Peppermint, Rose Hips, Vitamin C
Lemon, Lemon Zest, Lemongrass, Citrusy, Fruity, Herbs, Mint, Pleasantly Sour, Citrus, Rosehips, Tangy, Hibiscus
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Caffeine Free
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 343 ml

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  • “A rating of 95 you say? I can explain. When I first started my tea journey, I started with some bags of this and I really loved it. Today I had to take my car into the shop and on the way in I...” Read full tasting note
  • “It’s free and it’s at work – need I say more? I wanted to reach for something caffeine free. I actually DO love lemon but between that, and the rose hips and hibiscus it is fairly tart. I hardly...” Read full tasting note
  • “This one is a nice under the weather tea, as others have mentioned. I feel a cold coming on, the throat scratchiness and all, so this was definitely a good choice. Not the ‘lemon zinger’ I was...” Read full tasting note
  • “Last night I curled up in bed with a book and this tea with little honey. I was feeling like I was coming down with something, and thought this tisane, which says that it has added Vitamin C, would...” Read full tasting note

From Bigelow

We love the invigorating flavor of lemon. That’s why we created I Love Lemon. It blends lemongrass and other natural sweet lemon flavors with a daily dose of vitamin C to give you a cup of tea that not only tastes good but is also so good for you. Pucker up and enjoy!

Ingredients: rose hips, lemongrass, natural lemon flavor (soy lecithin), lemon peel, lemon verbena, peppermint leaves, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), hibiscus, citric acid

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Steep Information:
Amount: 1 bag 2.2g
Additives: none
Water:150° hot spigot water
Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes (Steep.It)
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: peppermint, lemongrass, lemon verbena
Steeped Tea Smell: lemon verbena
Flavor: lemon, not a very tart shocking lemon but a nice soothing lemon
Body: Medium
Aftertaste: sweet floral
Liquor: medium honey brown

Gift from Janefan, yea! (only 3 more flavors she sent to try and review left)

I was expecting tart and sour and instead got nice and smooth.

I wasn’t feeling too well and was hoping this herbal would help.

I believe this is a good herbal, and recommend it as a under the weather stash.

Post-Steep Additives: honey, mmmmm delicious like a lemon candy

images: http://amazonv.blogspot.com/2010/03/bigelow-teabag-herbal-tea-i-love-lemon.html

150 °F / 65 °C 5 min, 0 sec

Peppermint in a lemon tea???


i can smell it, not taste it shrug i don’t think these crazy things i just try them

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100 tasting notes

Thanks TeaEqualsBliss for this one! I really do love lemon so I was excited to see this in the group of tea bags she sent me :-). The lemon flavor was a little weak for me. But I added a little bit of honey and it was much better! Not something I would necessarily purchase but, in a pinch it would satisfy a lemon craving.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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1355 tasting notes

I have tried this tea both hot and cold and must say that I adore this lemony goodness. I love lemon is wonderful hot when you are looking for a bit of a boost in the morning or during the day. Then on days like today I love lemon is perfect iced when you want to relax and chill in the sun.

Overall this tea (either way ie hot or cold) is lusciously lemony with a good balance of sweet and sour lemon tones. The lemon does taste fresh and very natural and with all of the multi tones of lemon flavour from lemon peel, lemongrass, lemon verbana etc it creates wonderful depths in flavour.


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863 tasting notes

My cold exploded and is now taking over my sinuses and it totally sucks. Yesterday I was the kind of sick that meant relaxing and taking it easy, and today is the kind of sick that means I couldn’t leave the bed even if I wanted to.

Unless, of course, to make tea.

Boyfriend snuck some of these tea bags home from work a while ago and they only sound good now, do I doubt I’ll ever truly know how they taste. BUT, with honey they are quite soothing at least, and even through my stuffed up nose I can sense the lemon.

I may have to have a box around just so I have something when I feel like this.

Boiling 5 min, 30 sec

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585 tasting notes

I made a cup of this hot last night, and then realized that I had just applied my lipstick and didn’t want to mess it up.

I looked at my sad little teapot, which was 1/3 full of cold-steeped Twinings Ceylon Orange Pekoe. I had not enjoyed that tea cold-steeped, and I didn’t want to waste it, but I didn’t particularly want to drink it, either.

My solution to all three of these issues? Upending the mug of freshly steeped lemon tea into the teapot with the cold orange pekoe. Now my lipstick was saved for a few more hours, and I had transformed my lackluster cold brew into something delicious for tomorrow morning.

And, as I was fifteen minutes late to class this morning, I didn’t exactly have time to wait for water to boil, anyway. I dumped some of the mixture into my travel mug and booked it to class.

So how did this long, adventuresome tale from teaqueen’s random crazy life resolve itself? With a delicious, cold, lemon-flavored iced tea, of course. I’m gonna brew my lemon iced teas from now on. The store-bought stuff in the bottle is a joke compared to this! I got hints of an almost minty-note, and there was not a trace of sweeteners, which allowed the tartness of the lemon to mingle and balance with the unique flavor of black tea the way God intended it to.

I swear, the best ideas in life are the ones that come to you as a result of your mistakes.

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19 tasting notes

Her is a cup the greets me every morning of a sore throat at work. I grab a cup of this and open the bag as my nostrils are lifted with lemon. I drink this warm (not hot for the my already hurts, LOL). Honestly I am not a fan of lemon, but enjoyed this cup a lot. To me it held a little sweet taste to it too.

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49 tasting notes

I like hot citrusy teas. This is one of them – although I lean more towards all straight forward teas without a lot of additives (this has a long ingredients list).

Bigelow Tea

milkweedmax, so happy to hear you enjoyed our I Love Lemon Herb Tea. You’re right there is a long list of ingredients that go into this lemony blend, but it’s this list of natural ingredients that make this flavor just right. We’re glad you agree!
Kathy for Bigelow Tea

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6770 tasting notes

I was afraid it would be too much lemon – and there was a lot – but it still worked. I think I like it!

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28 tasting notes

Good enough for me to keep in my “If its on sale, get it” collection

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49 tasting notes

I just had a personal taste test comparing this to CS Lemon Zinger. Whoa—while this tea may be named “I Love Lemon”, I’m afraid it can’t hold a candle to Celestial Seasonings’ “Lemon Zinger”. I still like this, but it’s just not as intensely lemony. I gave this a “90” my first rating here, but after having experienced the Lemon Zinger, I downgraded this to an “80”. Still like this, would still recommend it, but with the proviso it’s for those who prefer less acidity, less intensity.

Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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