Another unofficial sipdown. Unfortunately, I recall nothing of this tea, but it presumably wasn’t amazing, otherwise I might have remembered the name. Drank it sometime at work; had 8g, so probably twice.
“Another unofficial sipdown. Unfortunately, I recall nothing of this tea, but it presumably wasn’t amazing, otherwise I might have remembered the name. Drank it sometime at work; had 8g, so probably...” Read full tasting note
“Enjoyed the flavour of this tea. Tastes like strawberry lemonade that’s for sure. Didn’t really notice the boost, therefor I don’t know If I would buy this one again.” Read full tasting note
“In store sample. Another one that I quite enjoy. The lemon blast is quite true, swiftly followed up by that distinct yerba mate punch.” Read full tasting note
“I expected this to be sour, but it’s not at all. The lemon is like a sweet, creamy, bright lemon dessert. Yum. And I love the hint of warming, zingy ginger too. I also expected this to be more...” Read full tasting note
Once yaupon a time
Why aren’t more people talking about yaupon? It’s the energizing herb we’ve all been waiting for. Believe it or not, it’s actually native to North America – and can be found growing wild in Texas, Oklahoma, south Virginia and Florida. With stimulating properties similar to yerba maté and guayusa, yaupon was traditionally brewed into a tea for Native American purification rituals. Ready for a natural high? Try this light and lemony blend of wild-grown yaupon, lemon peel and lemongrass. It might just be a new morning ritual.
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Lively LemonFarmer Brothers
Sunshine LemonEnglish Tea Store
Lemon VerbenaTropical Tea Company
Sencha LemonThe Tea Spot
I expected this to be sour, but it’s not at all. The lemon is like a sweet, creamy, bright lemon dessert. Yum. And I love the hint of warming, zingy ginger too. I also expected this to be more of an herbal tea, but it’s not that either. More like a lemon cream and ginger dessert. I’ve really been enjoying this one.
I really wish I could taste more lemon than ginger in this tea, but unfortunately the ginger is way too overpowering. I’ve found I’m extremely sensitive to ginger in my blends which will make my rating of this blend extremely biased. This is definitely a tea that would appeal more for someone looking for an earthier citrus blend. The yaupon is very interesting though and I’d love to see DAVIDsTEA continue to experiment with these new and innovative leaves in such a mainstream market!
Flavors: Ginger, Lemon Zest, Lemongrass
Holy cow talk about LEMON! This one is strong for you lemon lovers you will definitely get your fix with this one. While I couldn’t drink this everyday because I think I would get sick of it fast, it is nice to switch up and get a lemony kick every now and then.
Flavors: Lemon, Lemon Zest, Lemongrass
I tried this sample hot, but I think it would be excellent cold brewed or sweetend + iced.
Nice fresh lemon citrus flavour, sweet notes from another fruit (apple?). I found it quite nice and not too tart. I wouldn’t buy/drink this simply because of the caffeine content, but flavour wise it is extremely tasty if you like lemon. I also appreciate that it isn’t 99% hibiscus and rose hip.It also doesn’t have the bitterness of lemon rind, but it does have a strong flavour.
Flavors: Apple, Citrus, Citrusy, Fruity, Lemon, Lemon Zest