Paisley Organic Tart Meyer Lemon

$5.95
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Description

Meyer lemons are thought to be a cross between lemons and mandarins. The juicy fruit notes of this tea balances out the tart in your cup.

Contains 20 individually wrapped paper tea bags. Boxes are compostable or recyclable. The filter paper of the tea bag is made with a wood pulp that has gone through a chlorine-free bleaching process, and its biodegradability is ranked as excellent. Without a staple on our tea bags, you can toss the entire thing — bag, string, tag and all — straight into the compost. The only thing you cannot toss in your compost bin are the paper envelopes, which are coated with a polyethylene sealant on the inside. We do this to keep our high quality tea as fresh as we can, because superior taste makes our tea worth drinking.

ingredients:
Organic apple*, apple pomace*, lemongrass*, citric acid, liquorice root*, flavoring, lemon peel*, chicory root roasted* (*Organic)
ingredients-2:
Origin: Germany
Caffeine Level:
No Buzz
caffeine-description:
no buzz, nada, zip
teabag-steeping-direction:
Use 12oz filtered water per teabag.
steeping-direction-2:
Pour fulling boiling water over teabag.
steeping-direction-3:
Steep 3 minutes.
Certification:
USDA Organic
Certification:
Kosher
Certification:
Fair Trade
Certification:
Gluten Free
Certification:
Non GMO
Tea Type:
Herbal
Package Type:
Teabag
short-description:
This tea is no lemon! Lemons may be tart, but Meyer lemons combine tart with sweet and floral flavors. What a perfect recipe for a cuppa' tea!
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Christy, Marketing Manager
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This tea, consumed hot with honey, is my essential remedy for a sore throat from a cold or allergies. I drink it non-stop until the symptoms subside. Panic ensues if I don't have any on hand when the sore throat comes on.
brewing-tip-1:
Refreshing on the rocks! Brew two teabags per 12 oz. hot water and pour over ice.
brewing-tip-2:
Drink it hot with honey to soothe a sore throat or combat allergies.
brewing-tip-3:
You can't over-steep this tea, so leave the teabag in your mug as long as you want.
brewing-tip-4:
Fancy a lemon wedge in your black tea but all out of lemons? Steep one of these teabags with your black tea!
brewing-tip-5:
Naturally caffeine-free, this tea is great for kiddos.

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        • 4
          Another Winner

          Posted by Ani on Aug 7th 2017

          I enjoyed this tea both iced and hot. I wasn't sure about this tea at first because it's not as tart as the berry (I love tart teas), but it's got a nice mellow/tart taste to it that I actually found enjoyable. I did steep it a bit longer than suggested for my own personal taste. If you want a tea in between tart and mellow, this tea is it.

        • 5
          Great Myers Lemon

          Posted by Valerie on Aug 7th 2017

          I fell in love with the first box, so when it went on sale, I bought two more. So, so good.

        • 5
          Great Myers Lemon

          Posted by Valerie on Apr 27th 2016

          I fell in love with the first box, so when it went on sale, I bought two more. So, so good.

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