Darling Clementine

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From Silk Road Teas

Darling Clementine

sweet escape

flavour profile: the most divine clementines perfectly paired with delicately fruity, aromatic white tea

ingredients: white tea infused with clementine

Delicious hot or iced. Makes a fantastic base for a cocktail or mocktail. Serve iced by the pitcher for easy summer entertaining.

- healthy, naturally sweet, sugar-free

- thirst-quenching & rich in anti-oxidants

- no artificial flavours


Try this fast, easy recipe for a DARLING CLEMENTINE PUNCH Combine equal parts lemonade and orange, mandarin or clementine juice. Mix 2/3 iced tea with 1/3 blended citrus juices to create a zesty, refreshing drink. Shake over ice & serve over plenty of ice. Optional: add 1-2oz bourbon, tequila, gin, whiskey, vodka or rum per cup.

For more recipe ideas, visit the recipes section of our website.

SILK ROAD teas are made with premium quality, fresh, organic botanicals. Exceptional freshness, combined with organic growing practices, results in higher antioxidant levels & superior flavour. What’s just as important as the premium quality ingredients we select for our teas, are the ingredients we never use – no artificial flavours or colours – just pure, healthy, deliciousness in every sip!

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Had a day of all white teas last week, and this one was one of ’em.

It wasn’t bad; but I found it a little more disappointing than the first time I had tried it. I think my big issue was that the clementine/orange essence seemed much lighted and flatter tasting in this cup than when I first made it and honestly I’m not really sure what the reasoning for the difference is? I mean, it still tasted quite nice but it was a lot more weighted towards the hay and vegetal, crisp/cooling cucumber pulp notes of the white tea with only a subtle hint of orange essence in the finish.

I still have another cup of this left though; so I’ll try that before I completely make my mind up on this one. I’m looking for consistency; ideally something consistently good. So we’ll see what that last cup brings…

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