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This tea may have one of the most accurate depiction of pear flavor I have ever tried, alas, the chocolate, which is more reminiscent of dusty cocoa powder, is also quite prominent. It’s not bad but it is a weird combination of natural pear and fake chocolate. With that said, it is a very smooth tea. I just wish the pear was stronger. Nonetheless, I am forever grateful to MissB for her generosity of sharing this tea and to Sil for being the middle(wo)man and passing it along.
This is weird, and I don’t think that I like it.
Citrus, cinnamon, licorice root. It would be nicer if it was indeed CITRUS first, but it’s weirdly not. It’s sort of cinnamon/licorice/pith.
It’s nice that it’s something hot to drink and I’m cold, but… Hmm. Not exactly sure.
Anyways, thanks very much for sharing, MissB! :) I will have to think on this some more.
I tried this today while over at my in-laws, before going out to finish up the last of the Christmas shopping. I added a couple tablespoons of cold water before throwing in the teabag, and only brewed it for about a minute. It turned out quite pleasant. It was light and fruity and tasted mostly of peach. I’m glad I liked it, because it’s extremely rare for me to run across a peach flavored tea I like.
I picked up a box of this on one of my trips – with frequent travelling I’ve found one of the best things for me to do is just buy some tea and a mug when I get there, to make hotel stays a bit more homey.
As with my previous experience with these Lipton sachets, I was pleasantly surprised. This is a nice, solid Earl Grey with a good amount of bergamot and some other citrusy notes.
Over time I’ve reduced my steep time for almost all black teas to 3 minutes, and I find that that amount of time does well by this. This is a go to morning tea, at least till the box is gone, as it’s tasty and convenient.
Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus
I like it!!
Thank you Sil & MissB :)
Pear is a flavour I really do enjoy when done right, and I find that this tea has a great balance. A little sweet, a bit tart, and the chocolate accent really pairs well. Adding just a bit of sugar cuts down on the tart and brings out more of a caramelized pear note.
So yeah. Compared to the other tea I just tried, this is a welcome cuppa heaven!
The tea bag comes in a paper packet that is not air tight. I am not sure how long this was sitting in the cupboard but the tea bag didn’t have much smell at all (probably because it is old and the packaging is not air tight).
The tea tasted alright. The fruit flavors were more prominent than the green tea. I didn’t notice any bitter taste at all as mentioned in another review. Maybe it was prepared differently
This is the best tea ive ever had and im so mad that Lipton discontinued it. For being so popular and winter coming im shocked they took this off the shelves. Ive had to pay so much just to get this tea and now i cant find it anywhere except for $20 a Box
Flavors: Cinnamon, Spices
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Flavors: Fruity, Raspberry, Sweet
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Flavors: Fruity, Sweet
The mango, peach and white tea flavor were all good but mild. However, I couldn’t taste the Island flavor at all!
All in all it is a great tasting tea but I would like it even better if the fruit flavors were more prominent.
Flavors: Mango, Mango, Peach, Peach
This was the worst unsweetened tea I have ever tasted. I was surprised as I love Lipton tea and consider it the best brand of teas on the market. Pure Leaf has a funky, tangy aftertaste which I found to render it undrinkable. The best unsweet ice tea, if I have to purchase it premade is Milo’s Unsweetened Tea. Other than that, I usually make ice tea the old-fashioned way by brewing it on the stove and then refrigerating it by a gallon at a t time. Don’t waste your money on Pure Leaf.
Purchased a cheap electric kettle for my desk at work because my hot water options up until this point were a dirty microwave or a Keurig, God help me.
This one tastes better when made with fresh, properly boiled water and steeped for a longer period of time. Imagine that! Bumping up the rating.
The Froot Loops taste went away and it actually resembles an EG now. Still not a fantastic one, but an acceptable work cuppa. Double-bagged it to increase flavor.
Must remember to bring my tea ball infuser for my loose-leaf Twinings EG tomorrow.
Flavors: Bergamot, Orange
I don’t know why I’m giving this one a second chance.
This tea… tastes like Froot Loops. I taste a fake orange flavor, but it certainly isn’t bergamot orange. And why on earth would they put marigold buds in an EG?
It’s fine if Lipton wants to make a black orangey-marigold blend. They just really shouldn’t bait and switch people by labeling it as something that it clearly is not.
Flavors: Artificial, Orange
In a word, disgusting.
In several words, it smelled like Lemon Pledge, and it tasted like water with a hint of tea that might have had bergamot passed over it at some point… The slightest dash of skim milk completely overpowered it and rendered it absolutely worthless. No wonder the store I got this at was hawking it on clearance for $1.50 a box. Normally the pyramid bag blends are far superior to anything else this company produces, but in this case, I’d rather drink the regular orange pekoe swill that they peddle than this witch’s brew of cheap nastiness.
0/10; would not recommend to my worst enemy.