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Lemon and ginger

lazy days

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Based on 40 reviews

An all natural gingery lemon brew read more

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Tea Temples x50 Tea Temples x50 £11.45
Tea Temples x15 Tea Temples x15 £4.49 (£0.30 per cup)
Tea Temples x2 - Sample Pack Tea Temples x2 - Sample Pack £1.30 (£0.65 per cup)
big loose 200g big loose 200g £7.30 (£0.12 per cup)

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Lemon and Ginger Lemongrass from Thailand Sourced from:
Lemongrass from Thailand

Louise the tea taster says

Close the door to the wind and rain and brew up this all-natural, gingery, lemony brew to sweep you away to a British summer's day.  Think home-made lemonade, traditional ginger beer, croquet and morris dancers (ok, perhaps a step too far), it’s simply summer in a cup.  There is no match for the ginger kick and refreshing lemon in this infusion.

Please note this blend contains liquorice.

How does it taste?

A light, refreshing burst of citrus with the subtle warmth of ginger.

Good if you're feeling

mellow - this lemon and gingery blend will lift your spirits on even the cloudiest of days.

(please note that this blend cannot be shipped to Australia or New Zealand as it contains lemon peel - a banned substance by the countries' quarantine service.)


What is in it?

ginger, lemongrass, lemon peel, liquorice root

(please note that this blend cannot be shipped to Australia or New Zealand due to it containing lemon peel - a banned substance by the countries' quarantine service)

Nutritional content [per 100ml]
Energy [kcalories] Less than 1 calorie
Sugar nil
Fat nil
Carbohydrate trace
  • Dairy free
  • Gluten free
  • Suitable for vegetarians & vegans

How we like it

Brew Time

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    Boiling Water
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    Brew for 3+ minutes
  • Tea temple - 1 per person. Infuse in boiling water. Brew for 3+ minutes.

Whole leaves take longer to brew, but the little wait is definitely worth it.

How we like it

Hot or cold - great over ice in summer, or hot and warming in winter.



Just cover one tea temple with boiling water and infuse for 3 minutes. Remove temple and top-up glass with iced water. Sweeten with elderflower cordial.


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Average rating based on 40 reviews
Refreshing and relaxing

Here is a lemon tea which you can actually taste the ginger in it as it's actually got bits of ginger in it. I like this with sweetner or honey and can be drank both Hot or cold. I thing it aphas some mate tea in it as well which is supposed to help you diet.

Posted by Elizabeth, 14th January 2015

Overall Rating: 4/5


I recently tried this for the first time and I just love it. Really zesty lemon, with a background kick of ginger and a hint of sweetness from the liquorice. Really uplifting if you're feeling low and so refreshing. Nothing like the powdery lemon and ginger teabags from other brands- this tea is a revelation.

Posted by LucyRuth, 26th November 2014

Overall Rating: 5/5


Received a sample of this with an order and will definitely be buying a box. Really invigorating with a fresh, clean taste.

Posted by Scarlett, 21st November 2014

Overall Rating: 4/5

GoTo favourite tea

This one is my favourite, i love the bite of the ginger and the subtle lemongrass in the background. Make it hot in a big mug, and leave the teabag in. If it goes cold i still drink it so its never wasted. Tend to just top up the hot during the day.
If I'm feeling manky, i just chuck a spoon of honey in.

Posted by Sam Howell, 7th October 2014

Overall Rating: 4/5

Lovely mix of flavour

I love that the ginger is quite subtle because I don't really like ginger! It's such a perfect autumn brew, especially with a nice dollop of honey to sweeten it. This is now another staple tea in my cupboard.

Posted by Rebecca Adams, 2nd October 2014

Overall Rating: 5/5

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