Review: Tavalon Lemongreen

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Thumbs up!"The flavor is initially of lemongrass with the added depth from the green tea following afterward. The overall effect was refreshing, like a tea that might be served at a spa. "
Numi’s Teaview: 7/10
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tavlemongreen.jpgUntil now, I started wondering if perhaps lemons and I don't get along unless they are doused in sugar and called lemonheads or lemonade. This tasty, well-balanced mix of lemongrass and green tea may convert me. This has the refreshing effect of light green tea with lemons added; no dryness here. The dried tea looks heavier on the lemongrass than the green tea. The effect is a very light green tea base with a lemony scent. The flavor is initially of lemongrass with the added depth from the green tea following afterward. The overall effect was refreshing, like a tea that might be served at a spa. I did have to control my desire to add a cupful of sugar, but in the tea's defense, I'd be inclined to add sugar to salads too. This reminds me of a light spring raincheerful and pleasant.

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One Response to “Review: Tavalon Lemongreen”

  1. Geoff Says:

    I’ve always found that lemongrass makes a great accentuating element in some loose leaf varieties. If I feel an herbal concoction is too bland, I sprinkle a bit of lemongrass. Same with green teas that feel too rough. This one sounds splendid.

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