Orange Sorbet Iced Tea

description

A decadent blend of Nilgiri frost black tea, orange peel and lemongrass, this ones makes a superbly refreshing iced tea.
Smooth and silky-bodied, relish the sprightly flavor of orange complemented by notes of lemongrass in every sip. Underscored by a long, fruity finish, this medium caffeine tea graciously qualifies for an any time brew this summer.


How to Brew

Prepare tea as recommended. Once steeped, discard leaves and allow tea to cool before refrigerating. To serve, pour chilled tea into a tall glass filled with ice. Garnish as desired.

ingredients

Citric acid

Orange peel

Lemongrass

the experience

liquor

aroma

Strong intensity note of orange, lemongrass with hints of jasmine

appearance

Brownish-orange

taste

Mild, tangy, smooth, silky body, strong intensity notes of orange and lemongrass

dry leaf

aroma

Fruity (orange) notes with hint of lemongrass

appearance

Lightly rolled, orange yellow with black and grass green

infusion

aroma

Fresh notes of orange and lemongrass

appearance

Orange, olive green, coppery

steeping notes

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

Temperature

Tea Leaves

Time

hot

180 fl oz

85-90 oF

2.25 tsp / 5.0 g

5 mins

Recommended number of steeps - one

condiments

Honey

Sugar

TIME OF DAY
Anytime
CAFFEINE
Medium
BEST CONSUMED
Cold
SKU SRORSIB

6 Reviews

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Likes

  • Great Aroma 5
  • Unique Flavor Profile 5
  • Freshness 3
  • Smooth Body 1
  • High Quality 0

Dislikes

  • Bitter if Over-Steeped 2
  • Weak 2
  • No Flavor 0
  • Strong 0

Best Served

  • Afternoon 3
  • Anytime 3
  • Dessert Tea 0
  • Evening 0
  • Morning 0

ben

July 4, 2016

interesting and citrusy blend

Likes : Unique Flavor Profile.

Dislikes : Bitter if Over-Steeped.

Best Served : Afternoon.

This one took a bit of tinkering- in the end I've found 8 tea spoons brought to the boil in 1 litre of water, allowed to cool then add the juice of two lemons three tea spoons of sweetner (i prefer stevia) or sugar then add a further litre of water to dilute and cool in the fridge. Pretty tasty on a hot afternoon.

Gabriella

March 1, 2016

amazing pick-me-up tea

Likes : Freshness, Great Aroma, Unique Flavor Profile.

Dislikes : Bitter if Over-Steeped.

Best Served : Anytime.

Has a great golf flavor. the citrus flavoring is subtle enough that is is amazing both hot and cold. It pairs very nicely with a straight black tea or a soft green depending on how much kick your looking for. Also makes your cabinets small amazing.!!!! My roommate could smell it from the other room whenI was steeping it.

Rob

Jan. 1, 2016

Refreshing

Likes : Great Aroma, Unique Flavor Profile.

A lovely light refreshing tea, light in color, but full of flavor. potential to become a Summer favorite. Reviewed as part of theTeabox subscription program.

Marissa

Nov. 1, 2015

A citrus treat

Likes : Freshness, Great Aroma, Unique Flavor Profile.

Dislikes : Weak.

Best Served : Anytime, Afternoon.

Wonderful orange scent and flavor - this blend has an exceptionally fresh and clean aroma. The black tea base is quite mild, blends well while allowing the citrus notes to take center stage. Makes a nice hot tea as well, if a bit weak.

Jessica

Oct. 16, 2015

Perfect for iced tea!

Likes : Great Aroma, Smooth Body.

Dislikes : Weak.

Best Served : Anytime, Afternoon.

The lemongrass and citrus are very present. The tea itself is light and not too rich. This made really lovely sun tea.

Jessica

Sept. 21, 2015

Delicious!

Likes : Freshness, Great Aroma, Unique Flavor Profile.

Perfect for iced tea! Crisp, tangy. The lemongrass works very well.

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