Lemon Green from The Toni Glass Collection. . . . .

Well this is my first time attempting to write a review on my cell phone and let me tell you…it’s kinda a pain in the butt. It also did not help that the Toni Glass website wasn’t very mobile friendly but this is happening and I will adjust.

Anyways, this tea is an interesting one. It is bright and citrusy while remaining light because of the green base. When you drink it absentmindedly it is flavorful enough to be enjoyable without demanding your attention. However, if you try dissecting this tea into its individual components, you may regret it. Sort of like a word that starts to look like gibberish the longer you stare, the more you focus, the more the lemon starts to taste like pledge and the base like grass.

So, this may be a tea for when you’re busy and don’t really care if you taste it or not. Though, in my opinion, there are better lemon teas and better green teas and even better lemon green teas out there.


Here’s the scoop!

Leaf Type:  Green Tea
Where to Buy:  Toni Glass Collection
Description

This tea is not on the website but click below for teas that are.

Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!

Lemon Black from Simpson & Vail. . . . .

The older I get the more I crave lemon flavored teas it seems. Recently we were sent the Lemon Black Tea from Simpson & Vail and I couldn’t wait to try it!

As many of us already know the fruit from the Lemon evergreen tree has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Simpson & Vail noted on their website that while fresh lemons and zest are most often used for culinary recipes, the dried peel is an important make-up of tea blends. Its lemony taste helps add flavor to teas and herbal blends, as well as sometimes helping to mellow the flavor of unpleasant tasting herbs.

I think the Lemon Peel specifically shines the brightest in this flavored black tea – not only to the nose but to the tongue, too! It’s highly aromatic and intensely flavored and I just LOVE it!

This flavored tea blend combines natural lemon oil and organic lemon peel with black teas from Sri Lanka and China to produce a summer taste that is fresh and tart. I was completely delighted when I saw S&V used teas from 2 different regions!

I agree with Simpson & Vail when they say that this deep amber cup with its citrus aroma will uplift your spirits! I know it did mine!

Another thing I appreciate with this flavored black tea is that it has very few Ingredients to accomplish the intense flavor. Those ingredients are…black teas, organic lemon peel, and natural lemon oil. That’s it!

Lemon Flavored Black Tea from Simpson & Vail is everything you would expect in a lemon flavored black tea. And everything you would expect from this great company!


Here’s the scoop!

Leaf Type:  Black
Where to Buy:  Simpson & Vail
Description

The fruit from the Lemon evergreen tree has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. While fresh lemons and zest are most often used for culinary recipes, the dried peel is an important make-up of tea blends. Its lemony taste helps add flavor to teas and herbal blends, as well as sometimes helping to mellow the flavor of unpleasant tasting herbs.

This flavored tea blend combines natural lemon oil and organic lemon peel with black teas from Sri Lanka and China to produce a summer taste that is fresh and tart. This deep amber cup with its citrus aroma will uplift your spirits!

Ingredients: black teas, organic lemon peel and natural lemon oil.

Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!

Lemon Chiffon from The Love Tea Company. . .

I decided to make this tea into iced tea. The weather is warming up, and I’m dreaming of spring. A nice cold glass of lemon chiffon tea just screams spring to me.

This tea has rooibos, honeybush, lemon myrtle, lavender flowers, marigold petals, and lemon and pomegranate flavors. Doesn’t it just sound beautiful?

The tea is beautiful, and the smell is amazing. Nice and fruity, you just want to drink it! It’s a beautiful golden color, it kind of reminds me of a marigold to be honest. It has a very sweet and lemony flavor. It’s extremely refreshing. I don’t really taste any pomegranate flavor, but I definitely taste lemon, and a bit of the rooibos earthiness. They compliment each other very well. It’s sweet, but not too sweet. I added no sweetener and it’s perfect.

This tea is also caffeine free, so it would be perfect for an after dinner treat. I feel like it would also be nice to have before bed as lavender can really help with sleep. This is definitely a new favorite of mine, and it’s absolutely perfect for a refreshing drink on warmer days.

It’s sweet, healthy,caffeine free and delicious, what more can you ask for in a cup or glass of tea?


Here’s the scoop!

Leaf Type: Rooibos
Where to Buy:  The Love Tea Company
Description

There’s a reason why we call this a brilliant blend.  Remember that Lemon Chiffon cake that Grandma made?  It’s like that, without the cleanup or pinches to your cheek.  A rooibos blend that smells like you could eat it straight out of the jar.   Since it has no caffeine, it’s the perfect compliment to any after dinner treat.

Caffeine Level:  None

Steep 2 teaspoons @ 195° for 3 – 5 minutes

Luxury Ingredients: rooibos, rooibus tea, honeybush, lemon myrtle, lavender flowers, marigold petals, natural lemon and pomegranate flavor.

Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!

Lemon Myrtle from The Tea Can Company

Lemon Myrtle from The Tea Can Company is absolutely TEA…riffic! It contains high elevation Ceylon Black Tea, Lemon Peel, and Australian Lemon Myrtle. Just 3 ingredients give off an incredible flavor!

The first infusion had a hearty black tea base with sweet and slightly bitter lemon peel – as well as – juicy yet candied-sweet lemon flavors throughout the sip

The 2nd infusion still had a nice but more muted black tea base. The lemon peel flavor wasn’t as intense but the sweet-candied lemon myrtle was still shining bright!

I enjoyed BOTH infusions very much! The lemon was very true! The black tea base stood up strong against it but the two really joined hands and played well together! Lemon Myrtle from The Tea Can Company may be one of my favorites that I have tried from this company so far! It’s fabulous hot or cold!

YUMMO!


Here’s the scoop!

Leaf Type: Flavored Black Tea
Where to Buy: The Tea Can Company
the-tea-can-company-logoDescription

Description: High elevation Ceylon Black Tea with a twist of Lemon Peel and Australian Lemon Myrtle. Naturally refreshing. Serve hot or cold.
Ingredients: High elevation Ceylon Black Tea, Lemon Peel, and Australian Lemon Myrtle, Contains Caffeine

Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!