Lemon Lollipop

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Lemon Peel, Lemon Pieces, Natural Flavours, Pineapple Pieces, Red Currant
Flavors
Lemon, Sugar
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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Sweet and oh so refreshing, our Lemon Fresh tea blend is every lemon lover’s dream come true. Our herbal fruit tea blend features golden pineapple and lots of full and fresh lemon goodness.

Lemon tea is beneficial for cleansing the liver and encouraging the flushing out of waste and toxins, as well as aiding in the digestion process; it is also a wonderful alternative to juice and caffeinated beverages. Try it either hot or iced depending on your mood.

Lemon Fresh steeps up a fragrant clear yellow infusion; at first sip juicy golden pineapple sweetness takes the lead and bright sweet lemon follows, it finishes with a full, sweet, juicy lemon taste that lingers on and on.

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I’d pick this one up again, especially since it’s one of the few teas that my kid adores. It let’s her have “tea” with mom and not be drinking other things. just a nice sweet lemon tea

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Monday was my first day back at work following my holiday break; though working remote and not in office. It was so weird getting back into things and I felt very out of it and easily distracted for most of the day. It didn’t help that my throat was kind of scratchy and after a few hours of staring at my laptop I started to get a nasty headache.

I decided to make a lemon tea in the hope that it might be a bit more soothing and grounded for the weird kind of “half funk” I was in. I do think that was a good idea but I don’t know that this lemon tea in particular was the right one to choose. I love this tea but it’s very sweet and almost syrupy with heavy lemonade or lemon candy vibes. What I feel like I really needed in that moment was something more natural, brisk and soothing. Like a good lemon black tea.

It’s just unfortunate that I didn’t realize that until I was already drinking the mug.

Kelmishka

That first Monday back was rough!

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This smells like faintly spicy lemons. Also, it consists mainly of cubes. I deeply desired to eat a cube. I fished out a small one and bit down. Oh. My. God. It took all of my willpower not to continue eating the cube. Steeping, it smells precisely like a freshly opened bag of Haribo ‘Fruit Salad’ gummies. Let me be clear: this is not tea. It is barely even a tisane. I didn’t try to appreciate it as any of those, but instead as hot citrus candy juice, and in that category, it could have be stunning. But, it isn’t. This stuff smells so good and tastes so good as dried cubes, but brewed, it’s. . . lackluster. I can’t tell if it needs to have bigger deeper citrus notes or more sugar, but as it stands, it’s reminiscent of lemonade left in the sun. It isn’t transcendent. It should have been. I was worried the minute I poured it- it was so pale. Successive cups, the product of longer steeping in less water, were better, suggesting this would benefit from being boiled twenty minutes in a small volume of water. I would try this again if I got my hands on another sample. It’s got probable merit.

Flavors: Lemon, Sugar

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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