Apple Tea

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  • “You don't see these in vending machines very often, so I tend to get them when I see them, even though they go against my personal rule of not sweetening my teas. Despite the fact that it is...” Read full tasting note
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From Lipton

European Apple: Using apples from Europe, we realized the deliciousness of a high quality apple tea.
Special Blend Black Tea: Using a blend of tea specially picked out by tea specialists at Lipton, we merged the gentle fragrance of European Apples with the youthful flavor of black tea that brings out the round sweetness.

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It's Lipton,. They're pretty big.

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You don’t see these in vending machines very often, so I tend to get them when I see them, even though they go against my personal rule of not sweetening my teas. Despite the fact that it is totally too sweet I still drink it because the apple flavor has been blended really well with the black tea. It tastes super appley and delicious, while the black tea is still present and if it wasn’t sweetened it would probably be my favorite tea ever. But alas! It is and I’m afraid that means at LEAST 10 points docked because A. it impinges on it’s effectiveness as a quencher of thirst and B. too sweet! bleh.

gmathis

That’s my chief commercial tea frustration…the assumption that everybody likes swee’tea (as they say in the south).

Ewa

It’s especially annoying in Japan because they only feel the need to sweeten black tea. Why Japan, why?

__Morgana__

Hello kitty?

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