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Boiling 5 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Mountain Rose Herbs

A powerfully refreshing cup of tea blended with the finest organic herbs. Our Lemon tea has just the right tang, and is great for children. Try it iced, especially during the summer.
Contains: organic Lemon Verbena, organic Green Rooibos Tea, organic Lemon Balm, organic Lemon Peel, organic Lemongrass, and organic flavor of Lemon.

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Holy Dumbledore’s Lemon Drops, this tisane is delicious! Honestly and truly, with a squirt of honey, a Lemon Drop in a cup! Fresh and full of flavor. If you like “I Love Lemon” tisane you will adore this. It has 100000% more flavor. No, maybe 100000000000000% more flavor!!

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I guess I’ll have to order this the next time I’m ordering from Mountain Rose… sounds yummy!


Yeah it does!


Haha, the Dumbledore’s Lemon Drops bit made me smile. :D

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Tisane of the evening…..

Yes, JacquelineM is responsible for my now having this in my cupboard. Who can resist “Holy Dumbledore’s Lemon Drops” when you love lemon tea and are a Potterhead? I needed a few things from Mountain Rose Herbs anyway, and I am trying to incorporate more herbals in my life. So, when I hear about a good one, especially a good lemon one, I tend to cave. I should be good for a while, now. I did get a decent amount of this along with some Assam and Lapsang Souchong, as well as the ingredients for my Comfort Tea blend.

This is lemony for sure. There are herbal notes, too, but it is mostly lemon. I think my non-tea drinking daughter might have a go with this as she needs to drink lemon tea for her musical pursuits. Yes, even flutists have to manage throat goo. I am giving her a Kati cup with a tree on it in the hopes that she will eventually be taken with tea.

Teapot method, 8 minutes. Lightly sweetened with Splenda. I might try the local honey next time. I need to be doing better at consuming it for my allergies.

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good luck making another convert! it looks like you have an “in” there! :P


oooh! this sounds nice, I think I would like it. :)


I love this one with honey! Do tell how the Lapsang is. :) My husband is crazy for Lapsang and I’m always looking for different ones for him to try.


Real authentic, and more rare Lapsang Souchong comes from the village of Tong Mu and you can get it from Stash Tea for a really good price. I’m going to try some myself. It is more assertive I’ve read and produced in small quantities. This village is the origin of the tea.


I love Hu Kwa!!!


Bonnie – I love fascinating information like that! Thank you! I am going to seek out that Tong Mu Lapsang.

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This is nice, but I’m surprised the other reviewers found it so lemony (though looking at all the lemony ingredients that are listed, it certainly should be). All I can think of is that lemon balm often varies in how lemony or minty it tastes, and this must be a particularly minty batch. Because mint is the strongest note here. I taste lemon, but it’s just back-up to the mint.

I’m only disappointed because I was looking forward to a super-strong lemon tea. In and of itself, the flavors are good.

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