A black leaf tea flavored with the freshly squeezed juices of the Lychee fruit. Made with a varietal grown in Fujian Province, this very popular iced tea is sweet, fragrant and quite delicious served either as a iced or hot beverage. The flavor is perfume like and pleasing. Naturally sweet, it can be served without sugar or sweeteners. Goes well with food and will refresh.
Brewing: Use either water at temperature 195 degrees F and steep the sachet for 4-5 minutes. Remove sachet and add up to one gallon of cold water. Pour over ice and enjoy!
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This is a great choice for a well-made iced tea. Elevates the quality of the popular mid-day beverage.
Great for ice tea
Posted by tony on 20th Feb 2017
Has a nice naturally sweet taste and can be drunk without sweeteners. Doesn't finish well when served hot.
Wonderful lychee tea with hints of grape and rose.
Posted by Blodeuyn at Steepster on 14th Dec 2015
The hot infusion smells wonderfully of lychee with a delicate undertone of grapes and roses. White hot, the liquor has a dominate essence of lychee and a suggestion of sugary rose. As the cup cools, notes of hibiscus mingle with the lychee and the floral undertone is less pronounced. This tea lingers pleasantly on the palate and I think it would be wonderfull chilled.