Lemon Herbal Infusion

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If you’re looking for something to refresh yourself, why not try our Lemon Herbal Infusion. It’s made of lemon extracts, natural herbs and contains no caffeine.

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

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We just got home from my mom’s birthday supper at The Keg, which is like this SUPER FANCY expensive steak house type place in town. We went there last year, and she really loved it so we went back again…

It kind of infuriates me that a place as nice as The Keg still doesn’t carry anything nicer than Lipton for their tea options. Like, they have a whole coffee menu of fancy, specialty coffees but I ask for tea options and the waiter looks like I’ve shot him. Like, God forbid someone wants tea, of all things. So, I settled for this pretty crappy lemon herbal thing which they served to me in a really nice personal tea pot. Like, the pot was clearly deserving of much better offerings than LIPTON of all things.

Some tea is better than no tea, though – and since I largely ate various salad dishes up until dessert (where I switched to an alcoholic cream soda) the tangy, tart citrus worked well enough alongside the tomatoes and coleslaw that was going on with the rest of the meal. Though, I think the first ingredient of this was actually hibiscus and not lemon. Still moderately ok. I just expect better from a restaurant that’s gonna cost us $250 before tip at the end of the meal…

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I haven’t found a Lipton tea I really liked, but I picked this up in the grocery because it was the only brand of tea they carried. I have to say that when I tried this, I was pleasantly surprised. The sharp lemon flavor goes well with the punch of hibiscus – without being overpowering. No sweeteners needed.

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