About This Tea
Native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean, Lemon Balm is part of the mint family and is often used to flavor ice cream, herbal teas, and candies. It is known for its cooling and calming abilities and is thought to have antimicrobial and antiviral properties due to naturally occurring eugenol and tannins. Iced or hot teas with a bit of Lemon Balm and sugar make for a tasty and cooling drink.
|Brew Color:||Yellow emerald|
|Benefits:||Known to be cooling and calming, thought to contain antimicrobial and antiviral properties|
|Flavor Profile:||A blend of lemony and earthy tones with a light sweet and tart finish|
|Size:||4 oz. | Online Only|
How to Brew
|- Start with filtered water for the best brew.
- Use 1 teaspoon of tea for every 8 oz. of hot water. Adjust amount to your preferences.
- The ideal water temperature is just under boiling point, between 200-212°F.
- Brew this tea for 5 to 7 minutes.