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Green Tea with Citrus

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The newest addition to our Lipton® Iced Tea collection! The light, refreshing taste of Lipton® Green Tea with Citrus is perfect for quenching your biggest thirst. Selecting only premium green tea leaves, Lipton’s® tea masters create the perfect blend of green tea with a unique combination of orange and lime flavours. You’ll savour the rejuvenating sensation of Lipton® Green Tea with Citrus from your very first sip. Lipton. Tea can do that

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12 Tasting Notes

392 tasting notes

I just had the diet version of this as a pick me up before my next class. It is not very tea-y, but it works.


I agree, tea flavored sugar:) I wish the citrus would be stronger.


Haha – yeah at least in this case it was tea flavored fake sugar so it was minus the calories – haha & yeah more citrus would be nice

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709 tasting notes

A friend bought this for me to get bonus air miles. It was free, it says its tea.

It actually is not too bad for a bottled tea. It is quite sweet, but you can taste the green tea. The primary taste is the lemon flavour though. Even though lemon is the strongest flavour, it is not tart or sour lemon. It was definitely thirst quenching enough. For a bottled tea-type drink I think it meets the requirements.


Oh man, I used to drink this more often than green tea frap. One day fot no reason I just quit. Now I need one.


Sorry to be an enabler.

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1157 tasting notes

I bought a gallon jug of this for quick glasses of iced tea. I don’t recommend this for its high quality tea but it is a convenient and pleasant diversion from carbonated drinks.

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865 tasting notes

I used to drink this all the time, but now it’s WAY too sweet for me… although it did a wonderful job of cooling my mouth from buffalo grilled chicken at my best friend’s graduation party Sat. nite.


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15 tasting notes

I’m rating this as the soft-drink that it is. As a soft-drink, this is great. Very refreshing.


I wouldn’t consider this a soft drink at all. It’s simply bottled presweetened tea. Now their sparkling tea is more soft drinkish, but I’d still qualify that as tea as well.


I have tried sparkling tea before but never from Lipton. It was a Darjeeling tea with lemon sold in Japan. I wouldn’t recommend it.

I know from experience that the tea Lipton sell here in the UK differs greatly from the ice tea they sell in Japan (the British variety being more fruit with hints of tea and the Japanese tea with hints of fruit). I can’t speak of the American variety having never tried it.

The main reason I consider this (or at least, the British version of this) a soft-drink is because it is incredibly sweet and fruity and the only tea it contains is “tea extract” at a fraction of one percent.

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1527 tasting notes

Urgh, tastes like watery Five Alive – isn’t there supposed to be tea in this somewhere??? Unfortunately it was a choice between this and Pepsi so I took the lesser of two evils.


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I’ve been one entire summer to drink this tea in cans. I bought almost two packs of twelve cans a week. It was a drug, litterally. For the ones who want to try it, you won’t regret it. But I got enough of it and I saw a big difference in my bank account thereafter. It’s totally addictive!

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