Decaffeinated Hot Tea

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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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Unlike other leading brands, LIPTON Teas are decaffeinated naturally with pure spring water. Pour it on ice for a refreshing beverage that tastes great and fits into your healthy lifestyle. And speaking of healthy, all natural LIPTON teas contain protective flavonoid antioxidants.

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I haven’t been feeling that great today. So more plain tea with sugar! My ear hurts and I have a lump on the left side of my throat like my sinuses are swelled up in that spot. Why do I keep getting sick? I wasn’t sick for my last two years in college unless you count my gallbladder removal surgery that fixed all my problems. Now it feels like I can’t keep away from the doctor for two months. At least I like her. (And yes, I’m going tomorrow so all you Steepster mommies don’t have to worry)

Good news: I finally got my driver’s test scheduled and it is the day before my birthday. I need to practice parallel parking some more, but I am certain that if I just don’t panic, I will pass it with flying colors.

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You go, girl!

Daniel Scott

Good luck!


I am sure you will do great! :)


In NC, they don’t make you parallel park anymore in the test!


The kicker is that I used to live in NC too. We moved before I was old enough to take the test. :) Thanks to the rest of you! Support is the best!

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1719 tasting notes

Denny’s just opened in town. So we abandoned our usual Saturday breakfast spot to try the new place. It was ok. Not sure how two $4 breakfasts turns in to almost $15 by adding a cup of coffee and a cup of tea, oh, and some toast. Still seems like too much. Maybe it is because I paid $1.80 for one cup with no offer of refills, and it was a horrible cup of hot tea. I drink this iced at Mom and Dad’s and it is passable. Hot it tasted fishy and just not good. Looking forward to my usual Mother Parkers hot tea next week at Steak ’N Shake.


Sorry it was meh. Our nearby Denny’s is our go-to when nobody wants to cook (love their hash brown skillets).

Hesper June

I am sorry.
My hubby and I finally found a good breakfast place and we do not stray from it now:)


I’m never really impressed with Denny’s either. I’m an IHOP girl, but even their quality varies from location to location. Hopefully your not-so-good experience at Denny’s will make your next week’s “usual” taste extra yummy :D


I think the experience would have been greatly enhanced by a nice cup of tea…. and definitely refills!

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Alright do not judge me, I know this tea is nothing special on it’s own. But it is perfect for making your own tea creations. At camp this summer, I had no tea, so every morning, I would mix my lipton tea with cranberry juice, honey and sugar in the raw. It was so sweet but the cranberry juice also made it tangy. I recommend you try this, it was such a hit. One of my friends even made me make him a cup every morning too. :)

Winter Salo

What ratios did you use? Sounds lovely.

Vicki Guillem ☀

Well I filled the cup with water about 3/4’s and then added cranberry juice until it was full. Then one squirt of honey, and one pack of sugar in the raw. Nothing special :)

Winter Salo

Don’t count yourself short managing to mix up a satisfying cup while at camp must have been hard! So did you infuse the tea before adding the cranberry juice or keep the teabag in throughout the process? I so want to try this I love cranberry mixed with tea but I have such a hard time getting the right mix. :/

Vicki Guillem ☀

Aw thanks, I did keep the tea bag in for the whole process. You really should try it!!

Winter Salo

Thank you for the instructions – I really am lost without step by steps. I’ve put all the ingredients on my shopping list – I’m really looking forward to trying it, I just love how you came up with it. :)

Vicki Guillem ☀

Yeah, I missed my tea so much but the lipton tea was just sooooo bland… so I added honey and sugar…. and then cranberry juice! Just cause I love it. :p

Winter Salo

I made this up – it was DELISH – thanks so much :)


Loved your note!
Stuck in a Best Western hotel room tonight with my father
(Tornado destroyed the home)
Thankful everyone is alive due to my father having been in the
hospital and therefore no one was home.
Currently sipping this Lipton decaf @ about 4:45am
and while it may be “nothing special” it was my introduction
to tea as a child, and I can still enjoy it on rare occasions like this one. It is nice in a way to repect humble beginnings.

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55 tasting notes

I bought this five years ago when visiting in NY. Recently visited, went looking for tea, found this. Knew I must have been the one who bought it, as my very recognizable printing was on the box in bold marker “This is BLACK tea”. ( So many boxes of Lipton green tea are yellow and green boxes I wanted to make sure nobody looking for green tea would drink this one in error.) Since I can’t drink too much caffeine, I was glad to find it. Even five years old, it was worth drinking. NOT GREAT, mind you, but I was still glad it was there so I could enjoy decaf tea at our daughter’s house. I tried comparing it to Twinings decaf English and decaf Irish Breakfast teas. It was not the time. This was weaker by comparison—but in fairness, the other two teas were only six months to a year old, not five years old, like this one! Will save the comparison testing for another time when I have a newer sample of this one—whenever that may be. Good old reliable Lipton pekoe and orange pekoe black teas, always good hot with lemon and sugar! The regular (caffeinated) is the black tea I grew up with. Still makes a reliable cuppa.

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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7 tasting notes

Not the best tea I’ve ever drank, but honestly, one of the best at the grocery store. It does influence my rating and enjoyment of this tea that my mom and dad only use Lipton in their sweet tea recipe and even after moving out of their house, the taste of decaf Lipton or plain Lipton black tea brings back memories.

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710 tasting notes

Some days, a cup of regular-old, commercial, Rainforest Alliance Certified, nearly-ubiquitous, and dirt-cheap Lipton black tea with nothing added (not even caffeine) will suffice.

There’s something to be said for simplicity, I believe.


I agree. It’s not a revelation in a cup, but as an act of desperation, it’s fine. :)


Yes! Exactly :D

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24 tasting notes

While this tea may be the poster child for meh bagged tea, it is very versatile. This tea goes with almost anything: milk, cream, honey, lemon, sugar….anything. It is still my preferred tea for making a quick chai or southern-style sweet tea.

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