This is a sample I received with my Christmas gift tea. The ingredients listed on the back of the pouch that held the teabag says it contains 87% green tea from China, 10% lemongrass, and lime, lemon, and ginger essential oils.
The dry tea did swell considerably as it steeped. When I did the last oolong bag they sent I set it free but this one I kept in the bag because it didn’t look overly constricted.
The scent is decidedly lemongrass. I feel like I am shopping at our local nursery and rubbing all the lemon mint and other lemon scented herbs. This is a wonderful aroma. The color of the steeped tea is very lemony in the cup, having a beautiful yellow color that isn’t too pale.
The taste stands up to the aroma and ingredient list. The green tea base is very smooth and subtle and the lemongrass really stands out. This would be a lifesaver when you have a really sore throat. I can imagine it would be very comforting and soothing. I do feel the slightest bit of warming from the ginger, especially in the aftertaste. This might be excellent iced as well.
If you love lemon or lemongrass herbal teas, this would be a real treat. Hubby agreed with the nursery herbs assessment, saying he found this to be good but he still prefers Silky Green by Bird Pick above other green teas.