Love this & other Lipton Superfruits iced. Just wish I didn’t go through the boxes so quickly.
“Love this & other Lipton Superfruits iced. Just wish I didn't go through the boxes so quickly.” Read full tasting note
“I have this tea every Wednesday, and until I saw the package I had no idea it had coconut in it. So it gets bonus points for being able to disguise coconut, but at the same time it's bagged tea. I...” Read full tasting note
“Prepared hot, it makes my throat itch slightly. Found it best prepared cold or for on the go to throw in a water bottle.” Read full tasting note
“I drink a 50/50 mix of this and Bigelow Green chilled and iced. It's nice and refreshing.” Read full tasting note
A combination of tropical passionfruit and coconut fruit flavors with pure green tea
90 mg of healthy flavonoids and 22 mg of caffeine per serving
100% natural, no added preservatives or coloring
Enjoy as a hot or cold beverage
For Hot Green Tea: Bring cold water to a rolling boil and pour over tea bag. Brew 1 to 1 ½ minutes or to desired strength. Remove tea bag. Sweeten to taste with honey or sugar.
For Iced Green Tea: For each quart, use 4 tea bags. Brew as directed above, using 4 cups boiling water. Sweeten to taste and serve in ice-filled glasses.
It's Lipton,. They're pretty big.
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I have this tea every Wednesday, and until I saw the package I had no idea it had coconut in it. So it gets bonus points for being able to disguise coconut, but at the same time it’s bagged tea. I doubt there’s actually any coconut in it.
It’s pretty good. It doesn’t taste fresh and amazing like loose tea does, but as far as bagged goes it’s pretty good.