Kumquat Lemon Fruit Tea

Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Citrus, Lemon
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Powder/Instant
Caffeine
Low
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Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more 32 oz / 946 ml

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  • “Todd gave me one of the pre-sealed packages of this tea he got from his China trip. It’s… very strange. When you open up the package, rather than having a teabag inside, it’s this solid square that...” Read full tasting note
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Selected Hainan’s green kumquats and Sichuan Yulik lemon. They are of best quality and perfect for lemon tea-making. Our tea tastes pure and fruity, sweet and sour. 0 flavorings added as a fresh fruit instant drink.

How to Drink: It can be brewed in both cold and room temerpature water, and it can be dissolved instantly after stirring. It is as delicious as the kumquat lemon tea sold in the beverage store. It is even better when cold brewed with ice cubes. You can also enjoy it together with sparkling water or coffee.

No need to use complex machines to make the tea. Simply add 1 tea bag to room temperature water, and you can get a cup of awesome fruit tea anytime, anywhere instantly.

Ingredients: Kumquat, lemon, jasmine tea powder

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Todd gave me one of the pre-sealed packages of this tea he got from his China trip. It’s… very strange. When you open up the package, rather than having a teabag inside, it’s this solid square that looks like a solidified honey-like substance with one dried lemon slice and one dried kumquat enclosed inside. The instructions say to drop it in cold or room temperature water, though I could find no information on exactly how much water one “cube” is for… I used a liter knowing it might be a bit watered down since I was guessing. The cube dissolves in the cold water very quickly, and leaves the lemon slice and kumquat floating in the water. I couldn’t really find any information on the ingredients… one source said it was instant jasmine green tea? If so, I definitely don’t taste anything remotely like jasmine or green tea in flavor. It just tastes like lemonade, albeit waaaaaaaaay less sweet (which I prefer). It is bright and citrusy, and while I think it tastes fine with the amount of water I used, it would probably be a bit stronger and punchier at a half-liter, instead.

So, it’s basically like an instant cube of dissolvable lemonade. It’s a bit fun, definitely refreshing, but not particularly exciting. This would be incredibly convenient for travel, but obviously not very accessible in this part of the world.

Flavors: Citrus, Lemon

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 1 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML
ashmanra

Neat! And what a cool gift from Todd! I wonder if Superanna might be able to get these in Japan?

gmathis

Interesting! Don’t you love tea friends that share their odd discoveries with you?

Todd

Huh, I had no idea it would be like that inside, as the one I opened from Bestore had a pyramid teabag inside. I’m glad it was good!

Mastress Alita

Are you sure you aren’t just thinking of the peach one? I can find no information anywhere online about Bestore having a Kumquat Lemon tea that is tea in a teabag. Every source shows the instant cubes with the dried fruit inside.

Todd

Oh I’m talking about the peach one. I haven’t opened one with an instant cube inside yet, and it sounds interesting!

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