I’ll start off by saying that in my mind there are mainly two things you do with a lime, and one of them is use it as a key ingredient for Margaritas. The other is to put it in a coconut. (add your own music soundtrack to that last one as you wish…)
So, you can understand my trepidation when I tried this new tea. I did the recommended steeping time and then tried a few sips. And I must say that the twang of the sour of the lime did hit me. After those few sips I had to add in some Splenda (which is all that I have here in the office). With that sweetener added to the mix, then it helped to cut back on the strong sour lime flavor. And it was (is) now more enjoyable.
I’ll be honest and say that I doubt that I’ll ever be a big fan of lime teas. But I would say if you *like* the flavor of lime, or if you just want to try a different, but refreshing, tea drink, then this might be something you would reach for.
I’m also wondering how this would be if it were to be mixed in with some regular tea and made into an iced version. Sitting on the porch with this mixture of iced teas might be something nice on a warm summer or fall day.
Feel free to visit their site if you are interested in learning more about their Dry Desert Lime tea.