Loco Lime

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Beet Root Pieces, Carrot, Currants, Flavouring, Lemongrass, Lime, Natural Flavours, Papaya, Pineapple Piece, Sunflower Blossoms
Flavors
Citrus, Rosehips, Vanilla
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Christina / BooksandTea
Average preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 8 min or more 60 oz / 1774 ml

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  • “(151) Even though I finished this now, I hadn’t reviewed this because I was undecided while I sipped it. I drank some of it cold-steeped earlier today with dinner, and I enjoyed it, but it wasn’t...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I stole a sample of this out of Cavocorax’s tin because it smelled so good and it is good but a little on the sweet side. I am picking up on carrot mostly which is alright because I like carrots...” Read full tasting note
  • “no moar sipdowns! i had this one as a cold brew, ending my cupboard today at 139 (+4 on the way = 143) which means to meet ONE of my goals, i need 48 more sipdowns between now and the end of the...” Read full tasting note
    79
  • “Backlog from last night. Since I bought an iced tea pitcher about a month ago from David’s Tea, I am now in a MUST HAVE ALL THE ICED TEAS mood. This seemed like it would be a perfect fit when I...” Read full tasting note

From RiverTea

Get in the mood to mambo with the zesty creamy lime flavor of this Loco Lime Infusion. With a bold citrus flavor, this vivacious infusion will instantly perk up your taste buds with the intense kick of lime wedges. A touch of pineapple, lemongrass and papaya offers this blend a creamy texture and keeps the flavor coming with a punch of sweet and citrusy notes that will make your senses go insane. Serve this on ice for a refreshing sip that will leave you feeling rescued from the hot summer sun.

Ingredients: Apple bits, Currants, Carrot bits, Pineapple bits, Beetroot bits, Papaya bits, Lemongrass, Lime wedges, Sunflower blossoms, Flavourings, Natural flavouring

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(151)
Even though I finished this now, I hadn’t reviewed this because I was undecided while I sipped it.

I drank some of it cold-steeped earlier today with dinner, and I enjoyed it, but it wasn’t memorable enough. I tried to have a goodnight cup of this but my daughter pushed into me and I ended up spilling the cup down the stove and into all the burners. Le sigh. :p

So now I’m making chamomile to relax!

VariaTEA

Oh no. That is very unfortunate. At least you got to enjoy one of the two cups.

Cavocorax

Yeah, totally! I feel like I’ve had too many disaster tea posts! I really got to stop knocking things over…

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I stole a sample of this out of Cavocorax’s tin because it smelled so good and it is good but a little on the sweet side. I am picking up on carrot mostly which is alright because I like carrots but I certainly would have never guessed this was a lime tea. Thank you Cavo!!

Cavocorax

Carrot? That is loco!

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no moar sipdowns! i had this one as a cold brew, ending my cupboard today at 139 (+4 on the way = 143) which means to meet ONE of my goals, i need 48 more sipdowns between now and the end of the month OR i have 12 more teas from January to get through, which is so not going to happen based on the quantity there haha i like playing drinking tea games with myself. I’ll see what i can do to get to the end of my goal, but unless work slows down a little, i’m not sure i see it happening. But i always try :)

this one is best cold brewed IMO. i don’t get the “carrot” flavour that VariaTEA did, but it’s almost not quite so close to being lime but not. :) it is great for hot summer days though, and that’s what WILL matter in august/september at this rate heh.

Final Count: 139

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
VariaTEA

Haha. I really don’t know how I got carrot.

OMGsrsly

That’s incredible!

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987 tasting notes

Backlog from last night.

Since I bought an iced tea pitcher about a month ago from David’s Tea, I am now in a MUST HAVE ALL THE ICED TEAS mood. This seemed like it would be a perfect fit when I ordered it from RiverTea. I could smell the lime scent even when the box was still full of packing peanuts!

However, this tea didn’t taste like it had any lime in it at all when I brewed it. I tasted a citrus sweetness from the rosehip and the lemongrass, but oddly enough I also tasted vanilla. It reminded me of a different RiverTea flavour in fact, Infinite Good Feeling. No lime at all – which is a real disappointment. However, the dry mix itself doesn’t appear to contain any limes – all of the dried citrus wedges I see are orangish rather than green. Does lime turn a different colour when it dehydrates?

I’m going to try brewing it up a different method next. This time I used hot water and steeped it for about 10 minutes at double strength, then topped it up with ice cubes. Next I’ll see how it tastes when coldbrewed for a day. I hope it will be more limy then.

Flavors: Citrus, Rosehips, Vanilla

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 15 tsp 60 OZ / 1774 ML

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This is interesting and has a lot of flavor. It brewed up bright red from the beet root. There’s no hibiscus in it. Oh, and there were ginormous chunks of fruit in it. It looked like the pictures on websites – like 1 inch chunks of citrus. I bet it would be amazing iced.

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