Lychee Black

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From King's Zen Tea

What’s in it
100% organic black tea and organic essence extracted from organic lychee fruit!

Where it’s from
A classic flavoured Chinese black tea.

How it tastes to us
The dry leaf smells incredible. Lychee fruit is unique and distinct. Hopefully you’ve tasted lychee before, because it’s flavor is tough to compare. It has a natural sweetness that is present in this tea. Mixed with the smoky Chinese black tea, you get something a little exotic, sultry and sweet. This tea is smooth and light-bodied.

Why we chose it
This tea is our selection for Chinese New Year (CNY). Lychee is a sweet tropical fruit that is popular in Asia. Lychee is a symbol of romance & love. It is an auspicious fruit and symbolizes close family ties & togetherness at CNY.

How we steep it
Pretty straight forward really. We like it best at 4 minutes, but try different lengths to see what does it for you. This tea tastes nice with milk.

When we drink it
We steep it and pour it into our travel mug to drink on the way to the office. A delicious start to the day.

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I’m liking this. It’s a really good Lychee Black tea. One of the best that I’ve tried for the simple reason that it doesn’t taste overwhelmingly like Lychee. The lychee is subdued, and this allows the palate to explore the deeper side of the black tea and the sweeter side of the fruit without its unique flavors overpowering the cup.

This was part of Amoda’s Tea box for this month …I’m really glad it was in there! A really good Lychee Black!


I recently smelled this at a festival and I couldn’t believe how refreshing it smelled. I was worried that the lychee would disappear once steeped, though.


i wonder how it compares to the one from lupicia

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