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3oz
16¢ per cup
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10¢ per cup
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15 full leaf pyramids
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lemon soleil

lemon soleil

Lemon and tea seem made for each other. Adagio's Lemon Soleil tea combines the lively taste of bright and brisk Ceylon black tea with the tangy flavor of lemons. Fresh and sweet like Meyer lemons, with a crisp mouthfeel and clean, refreshing finish. This fresh version of this classic pairing will be sure to warm you up on a cold day or brighten your summer day iced!

Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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lemon soleil teabags

Filled with the same high quality, full-leaf teas offered loose, our tea bags have a distinctive pyramid shape that gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse for the finest cup of tea. Savor the superior flavor of loose tea without sacrificing the convenience of a teabag.

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15 full leaf pyramids
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ingredients & lore

blended with black tea, natural lemon flavor and marigold flowers
Lemons have a long and questionable history. Many countries claim to be its birthplace, including China, Malaysia, Iran, and the Indus Valley. The latter may win given the discovery of a lemon-shaped earring there, dating from 2500BC. In the second century of our era, lemons were grown in Libya and exported to Rome. There is even a picture of lemon in the mosaic at Pompeii. Lemon's popularity grew during the Middle Ages, when it was called upon to spice up bland meals. And, in an usual twist (ha-ha) lemons were used by the ladies in the court of Louis XIV to accent their lips with a touch of rouge.
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A rare, very green oolong tea from Taiwan. Pouchong is the most lightly oxidized of all oolong teas - just 8-10%. In Taiwan, this tea is extremely valued and celebrated for its aroma - as one tea master said, if theres no fragrance, its not worth the effort! Our Masters Pouchong starts with a deep, inviting sugary-floral nose. The bright, pale golden-green liquor has a soft, melting butter texture, uplifting floral notes and mild, succulent flavo... read more...
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