10oz from a tea for one pot/mug set.
I was surprised by just how much I like this tea, especially considering my initial impressions. The nose is a bit floral but once brewed has distinct notes of a lemon cough lozenge or syrup. It’s not off-putting by any means, despite what may be your initial reaction. More so, those notes offer a sense of comfort if you are feeling down, this tea is a great companion if you feel stuffy or sick. I can tell already.
This lozenge scent turns into an inviting bouquet similar more to boiled sweets than a medicinal chemically-laden concoction.
The taste is much smoother than the smell leads on, don’t judge this cup from the surface. At first sip it yields into a warm mixture of lemongrass, rosehips, and lemon verbena with just enough tangy bite on the finish.
You aren’t biting into a lemon, but rather enjoying a delightful herbal infusion with real health benefits from Vitamin C when steeped to their recommendation.
I would stock this as a wind-down cup or for those who enjoy the thought of tea but not the tannin associated with black or strong green tea leaves. It’s very good for boxed/bagged/commercial.
Flavors: Citrusy, Lemon Zest, Lemongrass, Rosehips