Green Tea with Cranberry

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Fruit Green Blend
Cranberry, Green Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 225 ml

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From Twinings

When skies are grey and summer seems a long way off, our green tea with cranberry could be just the thing to brighten your day.

It’s refreshing, juicy and golden, thanks to our blend of high-quality green tea leaves and sweet cranberry flavour. A taste of spring in every cup.

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I’m a little under the weather and would typically turn to an herbal “tea” to boost the immune system and/or provide comfort. However, since I’m still nursing, I can’t have a lot of the herbals I’d like. A trip to the grocery turned this up and I figured it could help with the comfort part. It’s a good cup! Not what I’d normally go for, but I’m sure I’ll finish the box!


I’ve never heard herbals are high in antioxidant- except for red and green rooibos.


Hope you feel better soon!


Cofftea: true, many more antioxidants in green tea, but it lacks some of the other properties of herbals for health.
Stephanie: thanks! Much better today, though my voice isn’t completely back yet. :)


laurenpressley, sort of… more antioxidants are in true tea. I’m ubberly skeptical about “facts” as I choose to call them that tea x is better for you in aspect A then tea y. Although I’ve heard white tea has the most antioxidants of true teas. I just saw a tasting note for a tisane heavy in hibiscus and was reminded it actually has a lot of vitamin c as well.

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Eh…I really wanted tea this afternoon at work and this was all we had. I was poorly prepared for tea drinking at work today because I forgot my usual travel bag o’tea.

On to the tea…It isn’t bad, but it isn’t great either. Odd thing is it smells like cranberries, but tastes like a green tea a very light green tea….weird.

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A bit meh, but not bad. A lot of flavour, tea not too noticeable. Flavour seems artificial-ish to me, but I am not an expert on cranberry!

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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Uh… What on earth did I do wrong here to have this smell and taste like dog feet?


Dog feet. Is that on the list of flavors here? :)


mmm mmmm good! lol


also… how do you know what dog feet tastes like? :)


Awww, I love to sniff my dog’s foot, lol. Maybe it smells like wet dog? :P


I guess I should say paw!


ahaha well I won’t try this tea for sure…I am a cat person :)


That’s a new one! :)

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Green tea and cranberry doesn’t sound like a good match to begin with


To be fair, I am dogsitting, and it did snow here today. Still, it was gross. First one of these that I couldn’t drink.

Eleonora ❄❆❅

Well I think the smell of our surroundings can affect our overall impression or experience of tea I pushing it too far? :3

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Disgusting!! I get annoyed by Twinings teas, as they always smell amazing but when it comes to taste it is lacking. Has a lovely cranberry aroma but don’t let this fool you, even after brewing at the 80° temperature for green teas this tea was bitter and so unnatural. Waste of money, go to Holland and Barrett!

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 7 OZ / 200 ML

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I don’t like this tea. I don’t know if it’s because I steeped it for too long or not long enough, or if the water was too hot but it was very bitter and had a bad aftertaste. It also left my mouth a bit dry. I had to do some research on the internet to find out how I make it properly since I’m not experienced with tea making and it said not to add sugar, which I think added to the bitterness. I might try it as an iced tea with sugar next time.

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