Ginger Twist

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175 °F / 79 °C 6 min, 45 sec

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Travel around the world in just one cup of LIPTON Ginger Twist Herbal Tea. Experience the exotic blend of tempting all natural herbs and aromatic spices.

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

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My 100th Tea Post.

Just finishing up my tumbler of cold brewed tea. I’ve been calling it my own “flavored water” because it truly does taste like water with spice flavors. It does wake you up and give you more energy which must come from the ginger in the tea. Very nice. This will probably be my branch into discovering teas with just ginger in them.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
SimpliciTEA

The “My 100th Tea Post.” caught my attention. I have many teas backlogged to review. I have posted only a few. Seeing this makes me want to get on it and write, write, write!

MegWesley

I never thought I would have reached the 100th post mark when I first started keeping this about a year ago. I had a big break in the middle, but I kept at it and now I am excited to keep posting to reach 200.

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TTB Tea #7:

1 bag (2.11g) in 6oz boiling water- picked a 3 min steeping time at random because none was listed.

Whoa… ok, I should have checked here 1st. This is obviously isn’t just ginger root as I thought. The liquor is a medium reddish brown- not colorless like pure ginger root. The aroma is mostly ginger, but also other spices. WHen I taste it, I get lemon notes and unidentifiable spices along w/ the ginger. Not bad, But I prefer pure ginger.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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I grabbed this tonight on a whim. I was actually pretty disappointed. I used to really enjoy this tea, but all I got tonight was a warm cup of water with the spicy heat aftertaste of ginger. I don’t know why I used to like this one so much. Pitty.

__Morgana__

Awww. Sounds like a bummer. Sorry it was disappointing.

mpierce87

It was just strange that I used to think the flavor was strong and last night I left the bag in the cup for at least 20 minutes while sipping and no flavor could be found. I guess the rest of my Lipton Herbal box will be kept for sick day tea.

mpierce87

Actually, it sort of makes sense that I was a coffee fan if the only tea I had experience with was this poor example. I guess that is what having high quality, great tasting teas will do to the old sad ones.

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2 tasting notes

What a great boost of energy and delicious too.

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1 tasting notes

I returned to drinking this tea after I read that it helps with acid reflux. Now I cannot find it! Amazon no longer has it and I just looked today and it is no longer on the Lipton Website. What is the closest alternative? I like the extra spices.

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53 tasting notes

Mmm, gingery! If you like ginger, you’ll like this. It’s almost to the point of spicy…and I steeped it in 20oz of water too. On the other hand, I steeped the crap out of it as I do with most herbal teas…

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 8 min or more

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20 tasting notes

Has a nice tanginess to it, I enjoy the bite.

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