Pure Lemon Verbena

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Camphor, Herbaceous, Honey, Lemon
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 4 g 12 oz / 355 ml

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  • “I bought this tea in February along with a bunch of other herbals. It was a choice between this and lemon myrtle, and I can’t remember why I picked the verbena. I’ve been drinking it off and on,...” Read full tasting note
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Lemon Verbena is native to Argentina and Chile. It is an aromatic flowering plant with lance-like leaves that possess a strong lemony fragrance and rich flavor when brewed as a tea. It is a popular herbal elixir-rich in many health benefits, and is featured in many herbal blends.

One of the most prominent uses for Pure Lemon Verbena tea is its ability to help naturally boost mood and reduce feelings of anxiety. This is because drinking Verbena tisane can help soothe the nervous system. Lemon Verbena tea is also helpful for digestive disorders including indigestion, gas, colic, diarrhea, and constipation. It is also used for joint pain, mild insomnia, asthma, colds, and fever!

Once steeped, the flavor of lemon verbena has a fresh herbal lemony taste with hints of licorice and camphor.

Sip your way to pure relaxation with our Pure Lemon Verbena!

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I bought this tea in February along with a bunch of other herbals. It was a choice between this and lemon myrtle, and I can’t remember why I picked the verbena. I’ve been drinking it off and on, and despite how simple it is, I’ve been enjoying it. For this session, I steeped around 4 g of leaf in a 355 ml mug using boiling water for 3.5, 5, and 10 minutes.

Dry, the leaf smells of lemon and herbs. The tea has notes of lemon, herbs, camphor, and honey. If chamomile tea tasted like lemon, it would taste like this, if that makes any sense. It has a long lemon and herbaceous aftertaste. The flavour doesn’t change over the three steeps.

I’d recommend this tea for those looking for an herbal tisane that doesn’t have any of the usual suspects (hibiscus, rosehips, licorice, or mint). While I’m dubious of the health benefits, it is indeed a nice, calming infusion to have at the end of the day.

Flavors: Camphor, Herbaceous, Honey, Lemon

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 4 g 12 OZ / 355 ML

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