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Twinings Lemon Tea

Lemon Tea

Sharp, zingy and full of life. Our lemon infusions are the perfect pick-me-up for any moment. Try with fennel, raspberry or a classic cup of lemon and ginger tea; refresh and revitalise with a lemon-infused brew.
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Superblends Cleanse Matcha - 20 Envelopes

Superblends Cleanse Matcha 20 Envelopes

£3.49 each

This balanced blend combines vegetal notes of matcha with sweet fennel seed and fresh citrus notes to deliver a bright fresh blend.

Superblends Cleanse Matcha - Single Envelope

Superblends Cleanse Matcha Single Envelope

£0.25 each

This balanced blend combines vegetal notes of matcha with sweet fennel seed and fresh citrus notes to deliver a bright fresh blend.

Soulful Blends Revitalise - 20 Envelopes

Soulful Blends Revitalise 20 Envelopes

£3.49 each

Invigorating lemon boosted by camomile & tulsi.

Soulful Blends Revitalise - Single Envelope

Soulful Blends Revitalise Single Envelope

£0.25 each

Invigorating lemon boosted by camomile & tulsi.

Twinings Lemon Tea

Vibrant, zesty, and invigorating, lemon tea is idea for any occasion. Try it with fennel, raspberry, or enjoy a cup of classic lemon and ginger tea. Revitalise with our lemon-infused brews.

What is Lemon Tea?

Lemon tea is a refreshing beverage created by blending green or herbal tea with the invigorating flavour of fresh lemon. It involves steeping tea leaves in hot water and adding lemon juice or slices to infuse the tea with a zesty, citrusy taste.

Lemon tea can be enjoyed hot or cold and is often sweetened with honey.

What Does Lemon Tea Taste Like?

Lemon tea offers a zesty and citrusy taste. It combines the earthy and aromatic notes of green or herbal tea with the bright and refreshing taste of fresh lemon.

The result is a delightful blend of tanginess and natural sweetness, with the lemon giving a lively and refreshing quality to the tea.

Depending on personal preferences, it can be mildly tart or more intensely sour if more lemon is added.

What Types Of Lemon Tea Are There?

Lemon tea is usually enjoyed best when infused with other flavours and ingredients. Some of our delicious lemon teas come in various flavours and pair well with ingredients such as fennel and ginger. 

• Lemon and Ginger: A classic mix of citrus, spice and all things nice. One of our 2023 Great Taste Award winners.  

• Raspberry and Lemon: Juicy raspberries with lemon peel and rose petals. 

• Superblends Detox: Ginger, fennel and lemon peel combine to create a soothing detox tea. 

• Cold Infuse Rose Lemonade: A refreshingly delicate blend of rose and sweet lemon in a cold infuse tea. 

• Superblends Cleanse Matcha: A green and lemon tea with sweet fennel for a fresh blend.

How to Enjoy a Cup of Lemon Tea?

• Brewing: For most herbal teas and green teas, this is typically around 3-5 minutes at temperatures just below boiling.

• Sweeten: Depending on your taste, you can sweeten your lemon tea with honey. Adjust the sweetness to your preference.

• Enjoy Hot or Cold: Lemon tea can be enjoyed hot or cold. For a refreshing iced version, let it cool down and then add ice cubes.

• Experiment: Don't be afraid to experiment with additional ingredients such as  fresh mint leaves, ginger, or a cinnamon stick for added flavour.

• Relax: Lemon tea is excellent for unwinding, so find a cosy spot, take a deep breath, and savour your tea.

Why Choose Twinings' Lemon Tea?

• Quality Assurance: Twinings has a long-standing reputation for producing high-quality teas, ensuring you get a perfect product.

• Flavour Variety: Twinings lemon tea provides a range of options beyond just plain lemon, such as lemon and ginger, lemon and raspberry, and more. 

• Expertise: With centuries of tea blending experience, Twinings' expertise shines through in the balanced and delicious flavours. 

• Ethical Sourcing: Twinings is committed to ethical sourcing and sustainable practices, ensuring that the ingredients used in their teas are grown and harvested responsibly.

Shop our lemon teas today and experience more. Got a question? Check our FAQs or contact us.  

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