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lemongrass

by adagio teas

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type: herbal

origin: thailand

caffeine: no-caffeine

price level: $$$$

A native of Southeast Asia, Lemongrass was introduced to the American palate with the growing popularity of Thai cuisine. It has a delicate Meyer lemon taste, with slight hint of sweet ginger, and very aromatic floral fragrance. Smooth and fragrant when steeped as a simple cup of tea, soft mouthfeel and clean finish. Greatly uplifting, yet naturally caffeine free. Steep at 212°F for 5-10 minutes

Recent reviews

    • Jeanne Tittelfitz

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      I really like this tea. It is good by itself. It is also good mixed with green or ginger tea.

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      Tony Hall

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      Best lemongrass tea I have had, subtle Meyer lemon flavour.

    • melissa Dichiaro

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      I got this as a free sample so even though it wasn’t one I’d normally select I was happy to try it. Lemon grass is a flavor I enjoy in tea blends and it was pleasant enough. I would probably add this to other teas. I’m curious to see how it would taste with an earl grey.

    • A. Wood

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      Pure dried lemongrass, I use this as tea and cooking ingredient

    • Mocha Cocoa

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      Good tea for a cold day or when you're sick, helps clear your ingestion and warm your belly

    • Katie DiBenedetto

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      A light and lovely herbal, the smell reminds me of fruit loops. Combines well with other teas too to give a bit of a lemon kick.

    • Annie Katharine

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      You can't go wrong with a standard lemongrass! So healthy!

    • Ashley Lam

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      Love the lemongrass flavor. I like it combined with lemon tea too.

    • Lydia Getgen

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      This can stand by itself or mixed in blends. Perfect for those under-the-weather days

    • Ryan Jason

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      This is a good tea to have as a base for other flavors. It's simple and light and is nice on its own, but it's much better blended with other teas that may need a bit more of a lemony flavor.

    • Samantha Ball

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      This is great to mix with other teas or to drink on its own.

    • Max Sugerman

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      This is a very fresh lemon grass tea. That being said, I don't think lemon grass works well on its own, as it as such a subtle flavor. Its great in blends, but doesn't have enough weight to stand as its own tea