Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Lemon Tea Bags are the product of the finest quality Black Tea leaves with all-natural lemon flavouring. Those who enjoy a slice of citrus fruit in their cuppa needn’t worry here.
We’ve done the work for you. The result is an indulgently sweet infusion with zesty flavours and malty undertones. Perhaps best of all, The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company pack it fresh to order.
Do Lemon Tea Bags Have Caffeine?
The amount of caffeine in Lemon Tea Bags is usually around 45-mg per 8-oz cuppa. The question begs: Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
It depends on your perspective. Should you be looking to cut down your intake, you might be better off with a Decaf Tea or Herbal Tea.
On the other hand, if you need an extra energy boost, then you’ve chosen exceptionally well with Lemon Tea Bags online or in-store.
Who Created Black Tea Bags with Lemon?
Lemon Black Tea Bags are a relatively new “invention” not credited to any one person. However, many of the components date back millennia, most notably the lemons themselves.
Black Tea, in comparison, only came about in the Chinese Qing Dynasty (1644-1912). Finally, Tea Bags arrived in 1908. Combine these and you have our delicious, invigorating Lemon Flavoured Tea Bags.
How to Make Lemon Tea Bags
1, Position the Tea Bag in your cup.
2, Begin brewing by pouring in freshly boiled water.
3, Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve: It might not come as a surprise to hear that adding a slice of lemon makes for a suitable accompaniment. Honey, too, is an excellent choice for sweetness. Alternatively, serve black.
Lemon Tea Bags Benefits
Are Lemon Tea Bags good for you? The answer, simply, is yes. But how? When you make a cuppa, you’re not only getting its flavour but a whole host of vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants.
These chemical compounds do much to support your health and wellbeing. This includes reducing the risk of developing a multitude of chronic conditions. And that’s just the beginning.
We now know, for instance, that Black Tea, regardless of the specific variety, indeed flavoured or unflavoured, enhances cognitive function.
This ultimately reduces the risk of developing Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. It also promotes weight loss by boosting the metabolism of fat cells, thus enabling the body to burn fat quicker and more efficiently.
Furthermore, according to research, drinking Lemon Black Tea - or even applying it topically (if you can handle the citrusy scent) - might improve the complexion of your skin. This is mostly because of its antioxidants, which can boost the rejuvenation of skin cells.
What’s more, its catechins and flavonoids, specifically, might even prevent skin infections.
Health PointsHydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
Time of DayBreakfast, Afternoon, Evening