drank Lime Gelato by DAVIDsTEA
37 tasting notes

So I’m in the kitchen baking muffins, and I decide now would be a great time to brew this sample from my last David’s Tea order. Warm kitchen, warm tea.. my apartment is so cozy!
I steeped this a little longer than 7 or 8 minutes but the flavors are still wonderful and not at all bitter. I took a few first unsure sips and I suppose it was too hot at that point because it didn’t taste like much. But cooled down just a tad… it’s fantastic!
This tea has a really nice key limey goodness and the perfect amount of tangy flavor. Not too sweet or sour.
It’s too bad I only have a sample on hand because I would love some more! I put the rest of the leaves in some water in the fridge and plan on drinking it tomorrow cold. I have high hopes for it though, because it’s absolutely delicious hot.

180 °F / 82 °C 8 min or more

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I am currently in my last year as an undergrad at the University of Texas at Dallas. I’m studying Speech Pathology & Audiology and Child Development, so tea is my go-to when it comes to a study buddy!

My favorite types are herbals, greens, and black teas. Mate and rooibos aren’t all that impressive to me, but occasionally there are exceptions.
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Keep calm and brew on!



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