Warm up with our organic, caffeine-free Orange Spice Lemongrass Tisane! Lemongrass, orange, cinnamon and ginger combine to create a light organic herbal tea infusion that is pleasantly sweet and citrusy, with an effervescent infusion of heat from the ginger. Like all of our flavored organic herbal tea blends, this Orange Spice Lemongrass Tisane uses only the highest quality essential oils and botanical ingredients, insuring an excellent cup every time!
Ingredients: organic lemongrass, organic orange peel, organic cinnamon, organic ginger root, and natural cinnamon and orange flavors
Serving Size: two level teaspoons per 8 oz cup of water
Posted by Yen-Wen C. on 26th Jun 2014
This is the first time I have lemongrass in tea! It's quire usual and refreshing! It's quite good for ice tea also.
To me, the orange spice taste is not strong, it's like 30%. If you like lemongrass, this is the tea for you!
Now I know lemongrass is not just for cooking, it's great in tea!
Posted by Tanja on 22nd Apr 2014
I savor this tea when the kids have gone to bed. I make a big mug with a stainless steel mesh tea strainer and never followed the instructions. I used about a regular teaspoon full and let it sit a good while and the flavor was robust and strong. I loved the little zingy taste it has. I ordered sample sizes of it to send to my sisters and Mom overseas so they could enjoy it. Thanks for offering this tea. Lemongrass and Orange Spice were my favorite flavors before and you combined them into one top notch tasting caffeine-free evening bliss tea for me! I will always be ordering it here.
Posted by Rachel on 23rd Aug 2013
I put three tablespoons in a coffee filter and tie it with butcher string. I heat water in a quart mason jar (not too full but pretty close to the top) and steep the tea in the mason jar. I keep the jar in the fridge with the tea in it so you get all the goodness and flavor from the herbal tea. My husband loves it! It has nice flavor and he says it makes him feel better when he has a cold.
Posted by Georgina R on 15th Jan 2012
I did not have the same "weak brew" trouble the other reviewers did. While this is not a strong tea, it is flavorful and you can easily identify the ingredients in the smell and taste.
Posted by Antony Galbraith on 5th May 2010
Initial brewing of this tea based on the accompanying instructions resulted in a weak flavored tea. Later I increased the amount of tea and brewed the tea twice as long and was much happier. The citrus flavor is subtle but with a pleasant warming ginger after bite. This is a great tea when feeling under the weather or for cool rainy days. It also makes a delicious iced tea but it must be brewed strong and long to get the full flavor when iced.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Apr 2010
I really wanted to like this but I was surprised by the lack of flavor considering the ingredient list. To use it up I've been adding it to other teas such as rooibos.
We at Arbor Teas firmly believe that tea should be brewed to suit your personal taste. With that being said, here are some recommendations to get you started, but please remember you can make adjustments based on your own personal taste.
There are three main considerations when brewing tea: quantity of tea, water temperature and steeping time.
Quantity of tea: two level teaspoons per 8 oz cup of water
Water temperature: use water that has been heated to a full rolling boil (212° F)
Steeping time: 5-7 minutes
Tip #1: Use fresh water whenever possible - water that has been sitting in your kettle overnight may impart a flat or stale taste to your tea. Be careful not to boil your water for too long. Over boiled water can sometimes impart an unwanted taste.
Tip #2: Herbal teas, unlike tea from the plant camellia sinensis, do not get astringent with longer brew times. So if you happen to steep longer than 7 minutes, don’t worry! Your herbal tea will gain more flavor, but it will never become astringent!
Learn more from our How To Guides on how to brew loose leaf tea, how to make iced tea, and how to make tea lattes. And don’t forget to check out our Eco-Brewing Tips, too!
Commercially available yogurts are usually heavily sweetened, sometimes artificially colored, and often excessively priced. Making your own is economical and a good way to avoid highly processed sugar, while providing boundless options to be creative with flavors. Check here to view the full recipe for Tea-Infused Cultured Yogurt flavored with our Orange Spice Lemongrass Tisane!