It contains no lemon slices which give off a bitter taste due to the lemon peel.
When I saw reviews of this strange looking lemon tea I just had to try it, and it tastes just as good as the Lemon Tea at Greyhound.
The price of the lemon tea is cheap compared to Greyhound.
I rarely order Lemon tea in Hong Kong because the tea that they use is not my cup of tea and for cold lemon tea, you need to request for no syrup or less syrup because the standard ones are far too sweet but after requesting, it usually ends up far sweeter than it should.
As well as the taste, the appearance of the tea looks like tea with a few drops of milk added to it.
The lemon tea is served in a glass with a straw.
It was interesting watching them make the lemon tea because they make it like cocktails where they add various liquids and pour from one glass to another ensuring the lemon tea cocktail is mixed thoroughly.
First glass of lemon tea:
The tea taste was apparent infused with strong lemon juice balanced by the gentle sweetness of the sweetener they used.
It was similar to the lemon tea at Greyhound but the tea taste was stronger.
Second glass of lemon tea:
This one was slightly sweeter.
Instant noodles with five spice pork:
The noodles were just right and not too soft!