Citrus Party Oolong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Flavors
Citrus, Grapefruit, Lemon Zest, Sweet, Tart
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185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I’m not usually one to add sweetener to teas, but I wasn’t feeling this one on its own. I added 4 drops of stevia to each 8 oz cup of this and it made it taste significantly better—like a juice. On...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Citrus Party is the perfect name for this one, Liquid Proust. I smelled grapefruit, tasted tangerine followed by a brisk lemon zest. I steeped it for about fifty five seconds the first time, and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “As much as I would love to explain the journey this tea took me on, I’m going to be doing the best bout being objective when I write about my teas. I will say that is quite different than what I...” Read full tasting note

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I’m not usually one to add sweetener to teas, but I wasn’t feeling this one on its own. I added 4 drops of stevia to each 8 oz cup of this and it made it taste significantly better—like a juice.

On its own, I’d rate the tea a 70, but with stevia it’s like a 90, so I split the difference.

I will say ( like all of the LP teas I’ve tried), I got 4-5 good steeps out of this. I’ve never had any other flavored teas last more than 2.

Thanks for letting me try this one, Andrew!

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1185 tasting notes

Citrus Party is the perfect name for this one, Liquid Proust. I smelled grapefruit, tasted tangerine followed by a brisk lemon zest. I steeped it for about fifty five seconds the first time, and added about a minute on the second steeping, and two more for the last one. It is very consistent, and very refreshing. I wonder if it would have been any good iced?

This is another one that I shared thankfully with my mom, and she thought the same thing. I think that a lot of people would like this, and it might appeal to a wider range of experience of tea drinking, be it newer or more tuned in. I’m not sure what I want to rate it because citrus teas are ones that I have to be in the mood for, and honestly, I was craving some more of the Dark Chocolate Oolong. But this tea is perfect for the summer, and it reminds me of Florida. It’s light, flavorful, tart, sweet, and citrusy. I think that it would better serve someone looking for those types of flavors.

Liquid Proust, thank you again for this awesome tea!

Flavors: Citrus, Grapefruit, Lemon Zest, Sweet, Tart

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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As much as I would love to explain the journey this tea took me on, I’m going to be doing the best bout being objective when I write about my teas. I will say that is quite different than what I was expecting when I tasted it

Stephanie

I’m glad you didn’t call it Lemon Party :P

Liquid Proust

GOSH DANGIT… you just stirred my curiosity to what might have happened with lemon party over the last few years and now I’ll be here for a good 30 minutes :(

Stephanie

Just google it. It’s not a tea thing…just slang for…yeah just google it

Liquid Proust

I was once a 12 year old boy with my own computer and no restrictions on the internet… I kind of know ‘too’ much… but now I’m reliving some of that past…

Stephanie

Hahahaha

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