Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea
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Pacific Lemongrass Iced Tea

ICED HERBAL INFUSION

85 reviews

Fresh new look, same great taste. Introducing our refreshed iced tea pouch design. Reusable and resealable, they are now color coded by tea category making it even easier for you to shop your most coveted flavors.

This complex and remarkably thirst-quenching caffeine-free infusion of lemongrass and citrus is rounded out by golden chamomile and a pinch of Pacific Northwest peppermint. A natural hit with new tea converts and connoisseurs alike.

Tasting Notes:
Lemon poppy seed cake, candied ginger, white grape

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KM
05/13/2021
Kenny M.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Amazing Iced Tea

Great flavor and soothing to the body

DG
05/06/2021
Deb G.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Lemon Sunshine

Refreshing, not an over powering lemon taste-not sour! Light flavor.

KW
04/30/2021
Karen W.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Fantastic!

Fine, fine tea. For special times or quiet afternoons...this is quite literally the best quality and best tasting tea I have ever enjoyed.

MH
10/20/2020
maria H.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Light and refreshing

I do like this lemongrass iced tea. It is lighter than the others I have tasted (ginger peach and hibiscus) but very refreshing.

EM
10/14/2020
Ellen M.
United States United States
Awesome Blend

This is by far my favorite Iced Tea Blend. Very refreshing!

Ingredients

Lemongrass, chamomile, orange peel, peppermint, red rose petals and orange essential oil.

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Blend Numerology

No. 66: Get your kicks on No. 66.

Preparation

Bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212°F) and pour 2 cups over sachet.

Steep 5 minutes, discard sachet and top off to one quart with filtered water. 

Stir briskly and serve over ice.

To view our Iced Tea Brew Guide video, click here.

  • Select an Ingredient:
  • chamomile flowers
  • Lemongrass
  • orange peel
  • Peppermint Leaves
  • red rose petals

Chamomile Flowers

Egyptian Botanical

With a soothing characteristic and a subtle taste and aroma that is apple-like and toasty, chamomile is one of the most popular herbal ingredients on the market.

Faiyum

Introduced to Egypt from Europe a half century ago, chamomile brings the joy of festive harvest to the oasis of Faiyum. Sourced from Central Egypt, the Nile provides ample water and fertile soil for the world’s finest tasting blossoms. Harvest season for these golden buds is January to April. 

Lemongrass

Herb

Lemongrass is a tall stalky plant native to SE Asia and a prized culinary ingredient. Beloved for its lemony flavor that stands up well to cooking, lemongrass is also known for its health benefits and has been known to contain inflammation-fighting and anti-anxiety compounds.

Thailand

Thailand is in the center of mainland Southeast Asian. It encompasses diverse ecosystems from hilly forested areas in the north to rugged coasts along the southern peninsula and has a long agricultural history dating back to 2,000 BCE.

Orange Peel

Citrus Fruit

Dried orange peel is a by-product of the most commonly grown fruit in the world. It has long been coveted in cooking and natural medicine for its bright flavor and health properties. When used in a tea application, dried orange peel adds body and subtle citrus notes that often bring balance to blends.

Turkey

Turkey has a unique geographic location straddling Southwestern Asia and Southeastern Europe with deep cultural connections to ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. It has long been a bridge between the Europe and Asia, making it a country of diverse cultures, beautiful natural landscape, devout tea drinkers and the most beautiful rugs in the world. Turkey happens to have the highest consumption of tea per capita. Rich in natural vegetation, historians date agriculturalism back to Turkey around 11,000 BC. Turkey is one of the world’s top fruit producers. Its regional differences in climate and soil type provide an optimum environment for fruit cultivation especially fruits such as pears, oranges and grapes.

Peppermint Leaves

Pacific Northwest Botanical

The world’s most flavorful peppermint comes from the Pacific Northwest, where the summers are hot and dry. Ours is harvested just before it begins to flower, when the oil content is highest. After cutting, the plant is allowed to field dry. Then the stems are removed and the mint is sorted into uniform leaf sizes. With intense menthol and rich chocolate notes, Pacific Northwest peppermint is a real wakeup for your senses.

Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest is a region along the West Coast of the U.S., consisting of the states of Oregon and Washington. The Cascade Mountain Range, which cuts through the region from north to south, acts as distinct divider of landscape and climate, with the west side receiving ample rain, creating a lush evergreen environment, while the east remains arid, creating a high desert environment. While Peppermint has historically been grown on both sides, it is now primarily grown east of the Cascades and harvested in the summer.

Red Rose Petals

Indian Botanical

Less utilized in our blends than their pink counterparts, dried red rose petals are more pungent and perfumed.

Pakistan

Pakistan is located in South Asia and shares borders with Iran and Afghanistan to its west, China to its north and India to its east. Separated from India during The Partition in 1947, Pakistan has a diverse landscape and climate, with a fifth of its GDP coming from agriculture. Our red rose petals are harvested in early Spring, usually in March.