This tea is drinkable with stevia, or 2-3 tablespoons of sugar if stevia is not available.
“The Barb & Bob Backlog continued. This was my Tuesday last night tea. Much better than the peach of the previous night. Again, five days later I cannot remember my brewing time lol.” Read full tasting note
“(Guest post by my mom!) Lipton’s Mandarin Orange Green Tea… Heavenly! Green tea is a personal favorite of mine. Given the fact that it’s a disease fighting ninja – I wish it were a favorite...” Read full tasting note
“For me, this had a very strong taste of (slightly bitter) oranges. It's good for casual sipping, but I wouldn't recommend keeping the tea bag in. The brew gets quite bitter after awhile. Decent...” Read full tasting note
“Can barely taste the orange :( I want a nice strong orange tea. This wasn't bad. It was just weak, I even left the bag in the cup the 2nd time I drank it thinking it might get stronger. ” Read full tasting note
Green tea was discovered five thousand years ago in China by Emperor Shen Nung, who consumed green tea for its healthful properties. Plucked by hand and gently steamed, LIPTON Green Tea is packaged in our unique pyramid-shaped bags, along with the tart bite of mandarin orange flavor. Savor the flavor of 100 years’ tea expertise in every cup.
It's Lipton,. They're pretty big.
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I’m not a massive orange fan, but I like the scent of this tea. It reminds me of an orange squash flavour rather than a pure orange juice. It’s that balance of pure orange against sugary sweetness that creates a smoothness to the tang of orange.
I found that, even after steeping for longer than usual, the green tea wasn’t as strong as I had hoped. However, the orange and mandarin come in subtly as an after taste which is enjoyable. Definitely not overpowering.