Review: EuroTcup Lemon Whirl

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Thumbs up!"A sweet, lemony burst of flavour that is delightfully refreshing!"
Chantal’s Teaview: 9/10
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Lemon Whirl by euroTcup, is a delightful lemony tea that was a joy to drink. The leaves are quite attractive with small yellow flowers mixed with the green rooibos leaves. It smells like candy and the taste is very similar to the scent. The tea is made of organic green rooibos, lemon slices, sugar crystals flavouring, lemon pieces, organic lemongrass, everlasting flowers, and red currants. The green rooibos is delicious and the lemon flavour is very pleasant. I have tasted many lemon teas and all have been disappointing but this tea is lovely.

My first sip of the tea exploded with sweet, lemony goodness that hit my tastebuds and left them begging for more! Each following sip was equally as flavourful and left me feeling refreshed. The rooibos lent a lovely, fragrant essence to the tea. The other ingredients gave the tea a fresh lemon flavour that, when mixed with the everlasting flowers and the red currants made for a burst of flavours on the tongue. The sweetness of the tea was just enough to make it interesting and not enough for it to be too sweet. I wouldn’t add any additional sweetener to this tea. It is just right on its own.

The first steep was full of flavour and enjoyable to drink. The lemon flavour was strong enough to be detected but it doesn’t overwhelm the rooibos. The second steep was also pleasant but had a slightly milder flavour. It was not quite as vibrant but was also a delight to drink. I would love to try this tea iced as well as it seems like a tea well suited to drinking hot or cold.

The website does not contain brewing instructions as far as I could tell. Other than that the site is well organized and attractive.

— To purchase EuroTcup Lemon Whirl, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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