If you’re ever frustrated by teas that don’t taste like the thing they’re supposed to, turn to this tea. It’s “Lemon & Orange” and it is, true to form, Lemon. And. Orange. It streaks through your mouth like a Tazmanian devil of citrus.
Which is JUST the thing I needed this morning. It’s Monday AND it’s raining. I’m listening to a very fun playlist called “Sexy This Second” curated by Victoria’s Secret on Apple Music. It’s pumpin’, but it’s not ENOUGH. So I turned on my full-spectrum bulb. (It simulates sunlight.) Nah. Time to turn to tea.
I said to myself “what tea is basically a Pikachu here?” because I make my decisions like an adult. This one waved its metaphorical hand at me. Okay
Plus, it came in a bag. I don’t know about you, but there are days I just want that bag. The ritual of the gravity steeper and the lovely silver scoop makes me feel very special and important. Plus, loose leaf generally has an edge in the taste department. But there are so many PARTS. And then I have to CLEAN IT. The whole thing makes me want to flail myself onto the floor sometimes — especially on a rainy Monday.
So if you want to get down with a Tazmanian devil (older generation) or an electric-type Pokémon (younger generation), throw this one in the mug. Then throw the bag out. Boom. Easy-peasy, LEMON SQUEEZY. (See what I did there?)
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Black
Where to Buy: Taylors of Harrogate
Ancient Chinese blend with essences of fruits and flowers. Combination of black tea with the sweet, tangy flavor of citrus fruits. Use one tea bag. Add freshly boiled water and infuse for 3-5 minutes. Serve on its own or with sugar or honey. This product is used by many restaurants for serving tea. This is a great foodservice product because of the large pack size. Chefs love this product because foil sachets keep the product clean and fresh. This professional product is used by many restaurants and chefs. This package is also convenient for the office.