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Lipton 100% Natural Black Tea Bags, 1 Oz, Pack Of 312 Tea Bags Item # 9710120
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Drinking an all-natural tea helps you relax no matter what time of day it is. This black tea offers a bold, distinct flavor that's perfect with breakfast or during your afternoon break.
- Black tea is bold and strong.
- 1-oz bags make it easy to prepare a cup of hot or iced tea.
- Fat free and low in calories.
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Lipton Cup Size Black Tea Bags
Savor the original, delicious taste enjoyed by discriminating tea connoisseurs for more than a century with Lipton Cup Size Black Tea Bags. Lipton Orange Pekoe and Pekoe cut black tea is the ideal blend for the perfect cup of tea. Crafted by our master blenders, the blend includes carefully selected, fresh pressed tea leaves, capturing as much as the natural tea taste and aroma as possible. This tea is 100% natural, Rainforest Alliance Certified, and can be served hot or iced. Enjoy a brilliant taste for a brighter day.
At a Glance:
- Rich taste, intense color and invigorating aroma
- Carefully selected and fresh-pressed tea leaves, capturing as much natural tea taste as possible
- Wrapped Stay Fresh tea trays help preserve great tea taste and aroma
- Enjoy hot or iced
- Made with only 100% Rainforest Alliance certified tea bags
- Lipton Black Tea Bags, 312 Tea Bags.
Recipe SuggestionTea Latte
Tea lattes are made with steamed milk, just like a cafe latte. Use black tea for a classic flavor, or explore different tastes by using Lipton Spiced Cinnamon chai, or Earl Grey teabags for a more delicate drink.
How to make it:
1. Add the teabag of your choice to a cup.
2. Boil water, then pour over the teabag.
3. Let the tea steep for at least 5 minutes to get the strongest flavor possible.
4. While your tea is brewing, heat a half cup of milk either by microwaving for 45 seconds (settings vary between machines) or by heating in a pan until it’s steaming.
5. Transfer the hot milk to a jug, and use a milk frother to get that extra-fluffy, foam effect. The desired amount should be about ½ inch thick on top of the milk.
6. Remove the infuser or teabag from your cup and pour in the milk.
7. Add an optional dash of honey or sugar for extra sweetness.
The Story Behind Lipton's Black TeaTo get Lipton's black tea from the field to your cup, leaves are picked, dried for up to 24 hours, rolled, shredded, and then left to rest and oxidize. Finally, applying 1832 degrees of heat gets the tea ready to be shipped and enjoyed. In addition to Black Tea, Lipton offers a huge variety of black tea choices, from satisfying classics like Daring English Breakfast to bold options like Irresistable Lady Lipton and Enticing Chai. All of these black tea varieties are full-flavored and rich in antioxidants.
Sustainably Sourced and Rainforest Alliance CertifiedLike all of Lipton's tea, Lipton Black Tea is Rainforest Alliance Certified. This means that Lipton works with the Rainforest Alliance to improve the social, environmental, and economic conditions of the people who grow and pick every leaf in your cup. Lipton currently operates a Rainforest Alliance Certified tea estate in Kericho, Kenya, and is committed to worldwide sustainability for Lipton Tea.
Lipton Tea: From Tea Garden to Tea PotSold in over 150 countries, the Lipton story began in 1880 when Glasgow-born entrepreneur Sir Thomas Lipton envisioned an opportunity to make tea universally accessible with quality at acceptable prices. In 1893, he officially established the Thomas J Lipton Co. Today Lipton Tea sources tea from as many as 35 countries to ensure tea-leaf integrity, quality, and freshness. The company also employs tea-tasters -- all of them masters in the harvesting, production, purchase, and blending of more than 3,000 types of tea.