Lemon Drops

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From The Tao of Tea

Ingredients: 100% Organic Black Tea Leaves, 100% Organic Lemon Myrtle Leaves

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Alright – this is a sipdown. I guess I’m going overboard with the lemon today.

I brewed this up extra STRONG knowing I was going to make it an iced tea for lunch. I added some turbinado sugar and lots of ice, along with about 1/2 cup of soymilk. Wow, it is good this way… like a bubble tea on steroids! Better than any drink I’ve had at Starbucks. I might need to get some more so I can do this again. :)

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bbt on steroids… love it!!!
Too bad this is a sipdown, after finding an awesome way to make the tea!


I know… right? But I can make some more this way I think!


I just had one last night. Peppermint black. I wish I could find a way to make that at home!!


Hey, has anyone ever made tea flavored ice cubes or popcicles? I never have, but it does sound good.


that’s a good idea!


Scott I’ve been thinking about making tea popsicles for a bit now. Summer will be here soon. I’ve also wondered about tea slushies. I could make a bunch of tea ice cubes and blend them up with maybe a fruit juice.


Tea popsicles is a genius idea and I have been contemplating making them this year. I am still finding the right brands for them, Bigelow peach tea would be one.


I wonder if red rooibos ones would be any good? [slight gag]


Lol Scott. I do love my rooibos. I’ll try it and let you know. You won’t have to experiment with things that make you gag to get the answer. ;)

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I’ve had so many black/lemon blends over the years that I’ve really enjoyed—unfortunately, this isn’t one of them. I think I was expecting more of a “lemon peel” flavor, and the lemon myrtle isn’t the same. There’s something menthol-like in the flavor that I find distracting or overpowering.

I can drink this if I mix it half and half with a straight black tea, but I won’t reorder it.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 30 OZ / 887 ML

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Relatively light black tea. Refreshing with the lemon. I prefer heartier/maltier blacks, but I wouldn’t turn a cup of this down.

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336 tasting notes

It smells like hay/barn/summer and I mean it in a very nice way. The lemon is not too overwhelming.

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