Lemon Chiffon Cuppa Cake® Tea Bags
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This herbal green rooibos (ROY-boss) tea has the decadent flavor of light chiffon cake speckled with sweet coconut and topped with a creamy lemon icing – all the indulgence without the calories. This caffeine-free cup is perfect for high tea or any time of the day.
This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Heat fresh, filtered water to boiling. Place one tea bag in your cup and pour in 6 oz of the heated water. Steep for 5-7 minutes. Remove the tea bag and enjoy. For iced tea, double the amount of tea bags used, steep as above and pour over a generous amount of ice.
Green Rooibos, apple, lemongrass and natural lemon, vanilla and coconut flavors
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
You really need to use several bags to taste anything lemon cake-like. Once you do, it is a nice cup with a sweet taste. I don't add anything but I won't buy this one again because of using so many bags to get proper flavor.
Best Tea Ever (todate)!
This is my favorite. I find it to be light and mild although it does keep me going. I love it, I don't know what more I could say about it. I have also purchased it by the bag, so you can see I love it, love it!
I had a get together this weekend and decided to let everyone taste this, and I have to say it went over really well in my home. The flavor was really nice and light, and smelled so good. I've been drinking a cup each morning since. I just had a teaspoon of honey and sugar to bring out the flavors.
Light but yummy
I love vanilla, and I love lemon, can't go wrong with this tea. This tea is a little light for me, but smells very good. It leaves a light scent of cake "aftertaste" in your mouth as you drink it. I personally prefer the caramel cuppa cake tea as it is more strong in favor, but this is really good too. Great for someone looking for a light tea.
Distinctly lemon grass, not lemon
I was disappointed in this tea. I bought it after reading the reviews noting the vanilla flavor. Yes, there's a bit of vanilla and coconut, but the predominant flavor is lemon grass, reminding me more of Thai green curry than lemon chiffon cake. A better balance of flavors could retain a hint of lemon without screaming "lemon grass" which is a truly different flavor.