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Honey Green Tea

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Edit tea info Last updated by Rena Sherwood
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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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From Lipton

The delicate flavor of all natural green tea blends with the sweet taste of honey to create a subtly sweet drink. LIPTON’s Honey Green Tea is both healthy and refreshing, with a hearty dose protective flavonoid antioxidants.

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20 Tea Bags

Ingredients:
Green tea, orange peel, chamomile, lemon grass, licorice root, roasted chicory root, natural honey flavor with other natural flavors (contains soy lecithin).

Nutrition Facts:
55mg of Antioxidants (flavonoid) per serving.
Serving Size 1 tea bag (1.2g)

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

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I was visiting my Dad and his wife one weekend and ran out of the teabags I had packed. (Dad & my stepmother are coffee drinkers. I, as usual, had completely underestimated the amount of tea I drink in a weekend.) But he had bought me a box of this in honor my stay. Since he didn’t have a kettle, I had to brew this in the microwave. The results did not look promising.

But the tea actually came out well. It’s one of the best things Lipton has ever put out. I’m starting to think there isn’t any actual green tea in it, but black tea and powdered heroin or something, because every couple of months I buy a box, if I happen to find it.

Most green teas need delicate and careful handling, but you can really abuse this tea and still get a decent cup. I think it tastes best with using only hot water but I’ve accidentally used boiling water and the results were pretty much the same. It goes better with food than drunk all by it’s lonesome.

My Mom (not to be confused with my stepmother) likes to drink this hot or iced.

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Very bland compared to others like lemon ginger and orange pekoe. I stay away from this one until i’m out of the others. :L

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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