Lipton Black Tea

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Black Tea
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Astringent, Bitter, Herbs, Medicinal, Wood, Tea, Honey, Sugar
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 7 oz / 212 ml

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The tea that started it all. LIPTON Orange Pekoe and Pekoe cut black tea is the perfect blend for the perfect cup of tea. Our original tea has been brewed for years for a reason: it tastes delicious.

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140 Tasting Notes

2 tasting notes

The first thought was, by god this is considered tea?, couldn’t even get through one cup, and through more study found that the leaves actually smell like shreded alfalfa. though that would probably have tasted better.

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34 tasting notes

This is the reason why I long thought that I didn’t like hot tea. OK sweetened and ice cold on ice cubes. But hot? Blech…

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25 tasting notes

yuck, its possible to choke down a cup if u need and its free but dont pay and dont be that desperate. Awfully sweet even with just water, feels very artifical and uncomplex in flavor.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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8 tasting notes

This is the black tea I grew up with, and I liked it until I tried Yorkshire. It’s still ok, but I have to be in a weird mood to drink it and it’s usually as a last resort. It tastes kind of…sour lately, and it’s pretty weak.

I have a box of it, and it’ll get used, slowly.

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11 tasting notes

Everyone seems to hate this tea, But given the choice It may be my second favorite tea still, Granted, I dont brew it for long, and I add lits of sugar. But I still enjoy it if theses nothing else.

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19 tasting notes

As others have said here, this is better than no tea at all, but nothing to write home about. I have a handful of the teabags left from restaurant visits (they bring me two, I use one, pocket the other for later), so I’m trying to be thrifty and use some of it up. At least I started out the morning with one of my favorites before moving to this!

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53 tasting notes

I poured a couple of teaspoons of honey to counter this cough I’ve acquired over the recent weekend. Needless to say, all I could taste was the honey. Bland as a black bowtie, this teabag.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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45 tasting notes

Grandma boiled this one up with heaps of sugar and served on ice. Southern style. It’s not good for you but tastes good.

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57 tasting notes

This one is a classic. The first tea I ever had, though it was decaf back then (mother didn’t want mer 8 year old tea drinking bouncing off the walls I suppose). We use this for everything in my house. Hot, iced, black, lemon, milk with sugar or honey, you name it. When we make a batch of iced tea with this blend, we heat it up in a pot on the stove, often with a few sprigs of fresh mint from the herb garden. If that isn’t available, we’ll add a bag of Peppermint tea to the pot, or Raspberry, or Peach. Usually when we make iced, however, we do use the decaf, because everyone in the house likes to drink it, but not all of us like to be caffeinated that often.

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