Lovers Leap (Orange Pekoe)

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There is a wide variety of flavor profiles when it comes to Orange Pekoe black tea. We source our Lovers Leap (Orange Pekoe) tea directly from Sri Lanka, where the growing conditions yield a fruitier, sweeter taste. The infusion is medium-bodied with floral notes and a copper-orange color. Try it with a splash of milk to complete the flavor.

 

Serving Sizes: 

  • Sample (4-6 servings)
  • 4oz (60 servings)
  • 8oz (120 servings)
  • 16oz (240 servings)

Ingredients

Black tea

Caffeine Content

Medium

Country of Origin

Sri Lanka (Ceylon)

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Brewing Guide

Water

8 oz

Temperature

212° F

Serving Size

1 tsp

Time

4 mins

Customer Reviews

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George Webb
Nice addition

This is a fine simple tea. Classic flavor. Nothing but tea leaves. Hearty enough to satisfy my preference for strong black tea. A keeper.

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Michelle HC
My absolute favorite black tea

This tea is delicious. I switched from coffee to tea in the mornings and after starting my day with this well-balanced tea for the past few months, I find coffee too sour. This tea is somehow both delicate and substantial. I prefer with agave nectar and a splash of milk, but it really doesn't need it.

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Rachel
The tea is great shipping took a week

I’ve ordered from the whistling kettle before and LOVE all the tea I’ve tried. Usually I receive my tea in 2 days. This time I received the email that it had shipped (with a tracking number that didn’t work) and then my tea showed up a week later. I’m just glad it came.

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Chuck
I want to give this a try iced

To be honest, I'm not crazy about this hot. I'd like to try it as an iced tea as it seems it might hold up well to being served cold.

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Kris
Good quality

I made this as an iced tea and it worked out nicely. I can tell the tea is fresh. The only thing is the package says “TSP to 8oz of water.” This is confusing because usually a teaspoon is abbreviated in lowercase. I used tablespoon since sometimes the uppercase abb. can be interpreted as tablespoon and it turned out too strong. After the fact I saw on their website it’s states “teaspoon.” Not located on the bag anywhere.