If you removed the exotic scent of Meyer lemons from this scone recipe, you would still have the most cloud-like, sumptuous, sweet and totally temping sour cream scones on the planet. If they’re not gobbled up first, these scones float away – they are moist inside, tenderly crusty outside, and puffy as pillows. Wonderful with jasmine or Earl Grey tea. If you don’t have Meyer lemons on hand, for goodness sakes, make these anyway using regular lemons.
(Meyer lemons are a cross between lemons and mandarins I believe and they are less acidic and very tropical of fragrance and taste). This recipe offers you a choice of a simple sugar dusting or a delectable and easy Meyer Lemon Glaze.

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