Review: Tea Zone Citrus Lemon

Citrus Tea, Herbal Tea, Lemongrass Tea, Mint Tea, Orange Peel Tea, Rose Tea, Tea Zone Add comments
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Thumbs up!"There is no biting aftertaste, as expected from an herbal tea, the body is very light; all the power is concentrated in the flavor. This is a great choice for an herbal wake-me-up."
Numi’s Teaview: 7/10
Other Teaviews: Stephen gave it 6/10, David_A gave it 8.5/10, Geoff gave it 7/10, Laura gave it 6.5/10
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teazone-citrus-lemon.jpgThis is made up of lemongrass, orange peels, rosebuds, and mint. Sniffing the scent of the dried lemongrass leaves and other tea bits, I can pick out a slightly citrusy scent and some mint (I think I can detect both spearmint and peppermint, but I'm not sure). The aroma from the tea is very light, almost nonexistent except that the lemongrass lingers on the surface, providing a more calming effect rather than an uplifting one. The first sip is surprisingly more brisk than I expected; the lemony brightness is a wakeup call after the quiet aroma. This is for people who demand some citrus in their citrus teas. There is no biting aftertaste, as expected from an herbal tea, the body is very light; all the power is concentrated in the flavor. This is a great choice for an herbal wake-me-up. The citrus flavor is more lemon tempered by other flavors than the other way around, and afterward there is a lingering minty taste that is quite nice in the mornings or after meals.

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