The Barb & Bob Backlog continued.
This was my Tuesday last night tea. Much better than the peach of the previous night. Again, five days later I cannot remember my brewing time lol.
“The Barb & Bob Backlog continued. This was my Tuesday last night tea. Much better than the peach of the previous night. Again, five days later I cannot remember my brewing time lol.” Read full tasting note
“(Guest post by my mom!) Lipton’s Mandarin Orange Green Tea… Heavenly! Green tea is a personal favorite of mine. Given the fact that it’s a disease fighting ninja – I wish it were a favorite with...” Read full tasting note
“For me, this had a very strong taste of (slightly bitter) oranges. It’s good for casual sipping, but I wouldn’t recommend keeping the tea bag in. The brew gets quite bitter after awhile. Decent...” Read full tasting note
“Can barely taste the orange :( I want a nice strong orange tea. This wasn’t bad. It was just weak, I even left the bag in the cup the 2nd time I drank it thinking it might get stronger.” Read full tasting note
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(Guest post by my mom!)
Lipton’s Mandarin Orange Green Tea… Heavenly!
Green tea is a personal favorite of mine. Given the fact that it’s a disease fighting ninja – I wish it were a favorite with everyone. My oldest daughter (Emily, aka, the Crazy Tea Chick, herself) is also a green tea fanatic. If more people would give it a try, they’d realize that green tea is the elixir of the gods – especially with a little honey or fruity flavor.
Lipton’s Mandarin Orange Green Tea is outstanding. I would have shared it with the members of my family but… well… I drank it all.
In just three days.
I guess it goes without saying that this tea is exceptional, but I’ll go ahead and say it anyway. It’s exceptional. Whether you already love green tea or are warming up to it, you’ll love Lipton’s Mandarin Orange Green Tea. The orange flavoring is just perfect – it isn’t overwhelming but you get that distinct and delicious mandarin flavor. I drank it throughout the day (yes, all three of them). In the evening, I like a couple of hot mugs of tea while watching baseball with my husband. During the day, while working at home as a web publisher, I prefer my green tea on ice. When feeling particularly feisty (usually on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays – my feisty days), I”ll float an orange wedge in the glass. This morning, I added a little mint from my herb garden. Lovely.
The next time you’re in the store, find Lipton’s Mandarin Orange Green Tea and give it a try. I know you’ll love it.
As far as Lipton teas go, this sachet is fancy. Whole leaf green with lots of room for the leaves to expand.
Slightly acidic and definitely mandarin orange flavour. The green doesn’t present itself, so it is quite difficult to taste. I would never buy it, but as the only decent tea at a breakfast buffet, I would drink it again.
Flavors: Fruity, Orange Zest, Tangy