Lemon Lavender Spritzer

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Alcohol, Astringent, Floral, Grass, Hay, Lavender
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Lemonades, chillers, spritzers, cocktails, cordials and ALL the fruity concoctions belong at a bright and cheerful tea party! Make your warm weather teatime picnic sparkle with a glass/teapot/pitcher (the more the merrier, we don’t judge) of this fruity, floral lemonade: zesty lemon and lime and soft, floral lavender unite in this thirst-quenching green tea brew. Enjoy it hot with honey for a soothing sip, or iced – maybe with a splash of sparkling water or bubbles? – for a delightfully refreshing infusion!

Ingredients: Gunpowder Green Tea, Lemon Pieces & Peel, Lime Pieces & Peel, Lavender*, Sencha Green Tea, Calendula Petals (* = certified organic)

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 200F for 4-5 mins

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Dessert by Deb is an organic tea company and lifestyle brand based in Toronto, Canada. At Dessert by Deb, it's tea time all the time because tea isn't just a drink - it's a way of life. From stationery and paper products, to kitchen accessories, to sweet and delicious organic dessert teas inspired by afternoon tea, patisseries, and baked goods, there are plenty of ways to bring the joy of teatime into your everyday life. Join the tea party!

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250 tasting notes

I enjoyed this blend, I didn’t quite get any lemon, but the lavender definitely there. As a huge lavender fan, I enjoyed this blend but I think it was best with a bit of lemon added.

Flavors: Alcohol, Astringent, Floral, Grass, Hay, Lavender

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6107 tasting notes

This tea was more successful than I had expected – heavy lavender, as Deb does, but the lemon and especially the lime really pop in a very refreshing way. It’s a different lime flavour than the fluffy marshmallow type I love – brighter, but thankfully not bitter. I bet it would make a fantastic tea pop, if I was into that. As is, I think it’s screaming to be iced, maybe with a squeeze of lemon or sprinkle of sugar.

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I recently got in a massive Dessert By Deb order so I’ve been slowly sampling my way through it! This was actually the first thing I tried since it was a sweltering hot day when I got my tea mail in, and it sounded like it would be very bright and refreshing! Truthfully I’m actually a little bit surprised I liked it as much as I did.

Gunpowder is a pretty coarse and astringent green tea so I didn’t have high hopes for it as the base here, and though I do think other green teas would have been nicer it still tasted pretty good! The lemon is natural and bright, though I am highly skeptical that this isn’t flavoured because it doesn’t taste the way lemon pieces or lime pieces do when steeped out; it’s too lively/naturally sweet.

Most impressively, however, is the balance of lavender! We all know that Deb loves her lavender teas – often times to a detriment because the lavender can come off aggressively soapy/perfume-y or sometimes a little savory and brothy. This is a strong lavender but it doesn’t eclipse the other flavours in the blend and it’s neither like drinking perfume or stock. So, a win in my books!

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