Arabica Lemon Turmeric

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Arabica leaf tea is light bodied and decidedly different from brews made from the coffee bean. In our Arabica Lemon Turmeric, we blended golden turmeric with ginger, Arabica leaves, and the uplifting notes of lemongrass, and natural lemon flavor. Lightly spicy, herb-like, and citrusy, it’s a delightful way to treat yourself well. Please note, this herbal blend contains a small amount of caffeine.

Herbal Tea | Trace caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5-10 minutes.

Blended With Turmeric , Arabica Tea, Orange, Ginger, Lemon Grass, Black Peppercorn, Natural Lemon Flavor & Marigold Flowers
Coffee leaves tea, or “kuti,” had been made in Ethiopia and Indonesia for centuries. It has an earthy, herbaceous flavor with notes of sweetgrass, similar to green tea. Coffee leaves contain more antioxidants than blueberries, chocolate or green tea.

Turmeric has been used by humans for thousands of years. Popular in cuisine all over the world, it’s also been used as a dye (perhaps most notably for yellow monk’s robes), as a pH indicator in science, for traditional medicine, and for cultural and religious practices. Lemon and coffee have also been used for hundreds of years. Coffee is, of course, prized for its flavor, and lemons can be used for anything from cleaning to drinks, foods, candies and more. Put these three powerhouses together and you’ve got another use entirely.

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Recently received a small(ish) order from Adagio with my advent in it and a couple other teas I wanted to restock. I took advantage of the fact I was ordering to toss in some samples I had been curious about for a while though, including all four of Adagio’s coffee leaf teas.

I really like the coffee leaf that is sourced by Wize. Wize was my intro to this ingredient and I feel like they’ve only continued to release incredible products that feature it. Not a lot of other places carry coffee leaves since they’re usually a discarded food byproduct, so it’s nice to see more places upcycling them.

Of the four coffee leaf teas Adagio carries, there are others that I think appeal to me more in concept. I think if this was just lemon I might have been more initially excited, but the turmeric is something I’m personally a little meh about. Steeped up it was pretty nice though; I really liked the overall flavour level and the lemon was deeply delicious. Not too sweet or tart and not really medicinal/pithy either. The turmeric was fine and pretty inoffensive to someone who, like me, isn’t a fan of that really raw drying earthiness.

A couple years ago DT carried a tea called Honey Lemon Drop which was a lemon turmeric green tea with a honey flavouring. This reminded me a lot of that blend, but less sweet overall. That was a tea that I enjoyed but only under specific circumstances, and I think I feel similarly here.

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