This is quite tasty! I’ve been doing “iced” tea with cold water from the drinking fountain at work, and it works quite well. Very nice berry flavor.
“This is quite tasty! I've been doing "iced" tea with cold water from the drinking fountain at work, and it works quite well. Very nice berry flavor.” Read full tasting note
“Last summer, the store where my wife works had a tons of boxes of this, the English Breakfast, and the Earl Grey. They didn't sell well and went on crazy discount, so she brought them all home to...” Read full tasting note
“I love this quick tea. It is perfect for those rushed mornings. It has a very fresh, light berry flavor that makes it a great light morning tea. ” Read full tasting note
Twinings Mixed Berries is a delicious black iced tea created to enliven your senses and quench your thirst. Expertly blended, this full-flavored iced tea combines the finest black tea with the luscious fruit flavors of cherry, blueberry, blackcurrant, and raspberry.
Ingredients: Tea, Natural Cherry, Blueberry, Blackcurrant, Raspberry and Tea Flavourings with Other Natural Flavourings, Tea Extract
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Last summer, the store where my wife works had a tons of boxes of this, the English Breakfast, and the Earl Grey. They didn’t sell well and went on crazy discount, so she brought them all home to me. I was so excited. I love me some cold tea. Well, I still had quite a few boxes left at the end of summer, so I stuffed them into the back of the pantry and forgot about them.
Fast forward to this summer. None of the places where I work give me access to a kettle and I’m running around so much that I really just want something cold to drink. I’ve taken to trying to remember to make a pot of tea the night before and chilling it overnight so I’ll have some in the morning, but I’ve been beyond exhausted when I get home and it just slips my mind. These have become a lifesaver. It takes 2-3 bags to put some actual flavor into the tea, but I’m also using a 24 oz camelbak. Still, I love it. It’s not as amazing as it was to me last summer, I still prefer looseleaf teas chilled overnight, but when faced with bagged tea vs. soda or crystal light or plain water, I’m going to reach for bagged tea.