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Lemon Chiffon from Della Terra Teas

August21

Tea Type:
Rooibos & Honeybush Blend

Where To Buy:
Della Terra Teas

Product Description:

If you love lemon cake, lemon frosting, lemon pie, lemon cookies…  shall I go on?  You get the point!  This tea is for you!  This tea is a blended rooibos and honeybush.  With the rich and delicious flavor of real, homemade cake and the tartness and fruity freshness of real lemon,, this tea will certainly be your morning cup, or your dessert treat.

Ingredients: Lemon flavor, cream flavor, lemon pieces and bits.

Rooibos/Honeybush Blend

Suggested brewing tips

Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving

Water Temp:  210°F

Steep Time: 2- 5 minutes

Tasters Review:

Sure…it says if you LOVE Lemon Cake, Lemon Frosting, Lemon Pie, Lemon Cookies, etc…this tea is for you – BUT – I must say – as a general rule of thumb I’m a fan of almost everything Lemon.  So I was delighted to try this tisane.

The post-infused liquid smelled like sweet lemony cream.  It’s a very lovely aroma.  The color is a reddish-brown that is medium in color.

I’m pretty excited Della Terra decided to use a blend of both Honeybush AND Rooibos and not just one of the two.  The Lemon-Cream flavor combo is perfect for this!  I also appreciate the REAL Lemon pieces within the mix!  The ingredient ratio they used for this flavor is just where my palate wants it to be.  It’s sweet and smooth!  It’s creamy and has a mouth-watering (without being puckery) lemon flavor.

I think this is just GRAND!

 

 

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We try to be as impartial as we can.  We do have our favorites.  We are human.  But we do our very best to be as fair and as honest about a tea as we can be.

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