Sweet, Light, Citrus
Lemongrass, sometimes written lemon grass is a genus (Cymbopogon sp.) of species of grass used as an herb. Native to India, lemongrass is widely grown throughout south and southeast Asia, the middle east, and central America. As a dried herb, lemongrass is a common ingredient in herbal teas and is also sometimes blended with true teas. It can be blended with green or black tea to produce a lemony aroma without adding the sourness resulting from adding lemon juice. As a fresh herb, it is also used in cooking, especially in Thai, Vietnamese, and Malaysian cuisine.
Brew with a water temperature of 212°F (100°C) for 3-5 minutes.