Lipton Tea Bags, Cup Size 100Count, 8 Ounce Box

December 19, 2013 - Comment

Enjoy a deliciously uplifting drink with Lipton Black Tea. To capture as much of the tea taste and aroma as possible, Lipton has developed an innovative process where we press fresh, high-quality tea leaves to release their natural essence. We then use this essence in our blend. This tea is packed with heart-healthy flavonoids and

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Enjoy a deliciously uplifting drink with Lipton Black Tea. To capture as much of the tea taste and aroma as possible, Lipton has developed an innovative process where we press fresh, high-quality tea leaves to release their natural essence. We then use this essence in our blend. This tea is packed with heart-healthy flavonoids and is naturally hydrating, to help keep you active and energetic. It can be served hot or cold. The box contains 100 Lipton natural tea bags.

Product Features

  • 100% Natural
  • 150mg of heart-healthy flavonoids*
  • 55mg caffeine
  • Serve hot or iced
  • *Per 8 fl oz serving

Comments

David Bower says:

A Staple At Our House for Longer Than I Can Remember We have used Lipton tea bags for our tea just about as long as we’ve been married and that’s a really long time!I discussed with my wife a reviewers comment about the strength of the tea and she said she had not noticed any change in tea strength. I’ll admit we may let our tea steep a little longer than average but we’ve always done that and haven’t noticed any changes in the tea.When we make ice tea, which is often seeing as how we live in the South, we use Lipton’s Ice…

Joanna Daneman says:

Not the same anymore, get something better You can’t deny that three pennies a bag is cheap for tea, and if you are making gallons of sweet tea, this is a good deal. But Lipton has gotten weaker as of late. When you make hot tea, it barely tastes like tea; that fragrance and “snap” are gone. It might as well be rusty water. For making sweet tea, I prefer other brands (maybe Luzianne) but all you do is put a dozen or so of these bags in a pot, boil the tea in the hot water on the stove and then remove the bags and stir in sugar for…

csm says:

Difference, anyone? I remember my dad giving a British friend of his a cup of tea made with Lipton 30 years ago. To say in the least, dad’s friend was a bit offended, and said, “Disgusting way to make tea!” Back then, however, Lipton was the only brand to buy here in the U.S. worth having. I’ve been served Lipton for 40+ years and have always enjoyed it, never having “real” tea until I traveled to England a few years ago. Awesome stuff too, there really is no comparison I might add, and I now fully understand…

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