There’s a reason why “lift” is in the name. I mistakenly thought this was an herbal tea, and didn’t pay much attention to the information on the box. I had a weird case of the shakes after a cup of this.
26 Tasting Notes
I like this one a lot better than this brands caffeine lemon tea. This is a popular one at work.
I like this one solely because of the name and the picture on the box. Hilarious!
The only one of this brand’s line that I don’t like. It has the oddest flavor – I suppose that’s the rice?
I used to drink this one a lot. It’s a nice combo of black tea with mango. People who are upgrading from something like Lipton find this one to be a good “transitional” tea.
I think this one is stronger than this brand’s English Breakfast tea, which isn’t a bad thing.
not bad for a breakfast tea
not one of my favorite breakfast teas, as this one can easily get bitter
another in this brand’s nice line of breakfast teas
This has quite a gingery kick to which some might find overpowering. Can’t taste the lemon at all.
a nice little green tea; sometimes I’ll mix it with one of this brand’s other teas if I want something a bit stronger
has a nice fruity flavor and only needs a little sweetener added
I’m not much for white teas, as I favor more robust teas, but this one isn’t bad
a nice change from the usual English Breakfast tea
I often drink this one before bed. Definitely does what it says on the label and is a lovely color in the cup.
I like RoT’s breakfast tea line. Not a bad one in the bunch, and it’s nice to have a little variety to choose from in the morning.
My breakfast tea of choice. Tea bags are generously sized. I’ve never regretted switching from coffee to this breakfast tea.
My go-to tea if I’ve overeaten. Not eye-wateringly minty. Light and easy on the stomach.
This is the one that got me started on breakfast teas. A good ol’ standby.
Visited the store in Piccadilly on a recent trip to London. A comfy breakfast tea, which often has me going for a second cup.
Nice and light and not too much mint flavor. Has a slight sweetness to it, so I usually don’t add additional sweeteners.
A sturdy breakfast tea and a great morning pick-me-up.
My favorite tea ever. I first had it at Montpelier House in Laurel, MD. Deep and fruity. I save it for special occasions.