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Lipton To Go Stix Iced Green Tea Mix, Tea and Honey, Blackberry Pomegranate, 10-Count (Pack of 12)

by Lipton

Flavor: Blackberry Pomegranate
Black Currant Raspberry
Blackberry Pomegranate
Coconut Passionfruit
Decaf Iced Black Tea Half and Half Berry Lemonade
Dragonfruit Peach
Lemon
Mango Pineapple
Peach Apricot
Strawberry Acai
Size: 120 Count, To Go Stix
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  • Pack of twelve, 10-count boxes of Lipton To Go Stix Iced Green Tea Mix, Tea and Honey, Blackberry Pomegranate
  • Sweetened with honey
  • Made from real tea leaves infused with blackberry and pomegranate flavors
  • Just 5 calories per 8-fluid ounce serving
  • Convenient packs for use anywhere--just add water and enjoy
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Flavor: Blackberry Pomegranate | Size: 120 Count, To Go Stix

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LIPTON® Tea & Honey Blackberry Pomegranate Iced Green Tea To Go Packets --Savor the exotic flavors of blackberry and pomegranate with the clean, delicate taste of green tea and honey. These convenient To Go Stix serve up refreshing tea anywhere you are--just add water and enjoy.

Lipton® Tea & Honey is the new low-calorie iced tea mix you can feel good drinking because it is sweetened with honey and made from real tea leaves and fruit flavors. Each serving is only 5 calories--and--each LIPTON® Tea & Honey packet contains 60 mg of tea flavonoids per 8 fluid ounce serving , excluding decaf varieties. Keep convenient and easy to use LIPTON® Tea & Honey To Go Packets on hand at home or anywhere you are on the go--such as the office or the gym.

Nothing compliments tea like a touch of sweetness. That's why Lipton® Tea & Honey is made with rich and delicious honey. Trust the tea experts at Lipton® to bring you real tea leaves in an easy-to-use instant packet you can take anywhere. Lipton® Tea & Honey makes delicious iced tea on the go simple! Try all 6 refreshing fruit flavors of Lipton® Tea & Honey: Mango Pineapple, Blackberry Pomegranate, Strawberry Açai, Lemon, Peach Apricot and Black Currant Raspberry.

LIPTON® Drink Positive
LIPTON® never compromises on quality, so you do not have to, either. Only the best tea leaves go into LIPTON® teas. They source their tea leaves from around the world and expertly blend them so you can enjoy a premium tea experience. You will reward yourself with the fresh, pure taste that makes tea a great choice.

LIPTON® Growing their Own Tea to Ensure Quality
LIPTON® Growing their Own Tea to Ensure Quality
LIPTON® only uses the top leaves of the tea plant. These youngest, tenderest, and most flavorful leaves produce the best, highest-quality cup of tea. LIPTON® grows their own best quality tea leaves. They have their own tea estates in India, Kenya, and Tanzania. They also conduct extensive research programs at their estates to improve growing and harvesting practices so you enjoy a dependably delicious cup. With their own estates, LIPTON® is able to sustain Sir Thomas Lipton’s mission of constantly seeking new and improved ways of delivering the best tea experience.

They also source teas from as many as 35 countries to ensure a consistent taste and an uninterrupted supply. These teas have to be the best of the best to satisfy the tea experts.

Tea and Health Facts

  • Drinking tea may be associated with maintenance of certain normal healthy body functions, such as hydration, focus, and alertness.
  • In addition, regular tea drinking may help maintain cardiovascular health as part of a diet that is consistent with dietary guidelines.
  • Research suggests that drinking 2 to 3 cups per day of black or green tea helps maintain healthy blood vessel function.


Product Details

Flavor: Blackberry Pomegranate | Size: 120 Count, To Go Stix
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007I7Z0T4
  • UPC: 041000208218
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (585 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,676 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

A great taste, not a strong flavor, not sweet ( and I like my tea's sweet ) a great flavor if mixed correctly!
J. Astesana
Ingredients: Touts tea and honey as ingredients and that it doesn't contain aspartame but leaves out that it contains sucralose which is its artificial sweetener.
John B. Goode
Super easy to mix into my drink: I just opened the packet, poured it into my cup, added cold water, and stirred.
Amy Willingham

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 145 people found the following review helpful By Crochet Ghoul VINE VOICE on June 11, 2012
Flavor Name: Strawberry AcaiSize Name: 10 Count Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I was quite excited to try Lipton's new Tea & Honey To Go packets. While I was a bit skeptical of the five calories proposed for each 8-ounce serving, seeing as how honey is a fairly high caloric sweetener, I figured I'd give it a go anyway. So after receiving the tea, I mixed it up per the instructions and took a sip. Yowzas! The tea was super sweet with a bit of strawberry flavor and no tea that I could taste. I ended up watering the tea down enough that one packet, which is usually two servings, ends up as four or five 8-oz. servings. The berry flavor became very diluted while there was still that taste of icky sweetness. Overall the berry flavors and tea are weak, even undiluted, and I noticed no honey flavor what-so-ever, so took a look-see at the ingredients where I spotted sucralose (an artificial sweetener) thrown right in the middle of things. Now that is where the sweetness is and don't take kindly to that addition, as I avoid artificial sweeteners whenever possible. Seeing as how Lipton is sneakily claiming this is sweetened with honey (And look! NO aspartame!), with no mention that in actuality the sweeteners are honey granules, which are made from both honey and sugar, and sucralose except by viewing the ingredients list, makes me angry because I've been swindled. Yeah, this is natural all right. I'm definitely not going to trust Lipton's marketing from now on and urge them to think about switching to a natural sweetener such as stevia. So if you like your food natural, best to skip this, but if you're not so picky and don't mind artificial sweeteners in your food, then give it a go if you're interested. I'll not be trying any other flavors of this product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Straw Man VINE VOICE on March 29, 2012
Flavor Name: Strawberry AcaiSize Name: 10 Count Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I love the idea of drink sticks, just pour it in a glass and/or water bottle and shake. A quick and easy way to give water a kick. I have used plenty of drink sticks and discovered some are better than others. This blend is by Lipton and the flavor is a decaf green tea with honey and strawberry acai. The name of this flavor seems like a pretty robust title to live up to.

I must say that the flavor is really good, not too sweet but sweet enough. None of the flavors are overpowering yet all of them are present. The beverage is only 5 calories a serving and has no caffeine, which is alright in my book. My only complaint is that it took me quite a while to mix this powder into the water. I am not sure why that was the case, but in the large scheme of things this is a minor issue. For someone who is looking for a good way to spice up their water without too many calories, this drink by Lipton might be a good solution.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jared Castle TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 7, 2012
Flavor Name: Mango PineappleSize Name: 10 Count Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Length: 4:38 Mins
The secret to raising Lipton's Mango Pineapple from a 3-star, ho-hum iced tea mix to a delicioso alternative to plain water is serve this Iced Green Tea over finely crushed ice or increase the amount of water used in preparation from 16.9 fl oz to 20 fl oz. The dilution eliminates the cloying sweetness of honey granules and sucralose, allowing the green tea powder and citric acid to bring the right amount of tartness to the mix.

Lipton's new drink tastes better than MIO Liquid Peach Tea and should please Crystal Light fans. Personally, I don't enjoy Crystal Light Green Tea Peach Mango Drink Mix unless I find it as a fountain drink (again, the addition of crushed ice helps a bunch). Peach flavored instant tea is more common to find but I like Lipton's decision to pair mango and pineapple.

Patience is important because the honey granules take additional time to break down into the water. Adding crushed ice helps blend the powder mix faster than with water alone.

Lipton's box states that the drink is five calories per 8 oz serving with 60 mg tea flavonoids.

Rating: Four stars.

BTW: Please be gentle with the video review. It was a family production. My 9-year old son, Kai, handled the filming and my 7-year son, Kou, was a taste tester.
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64 of 90 people found the following review helpful By P. Cannon VINE VOICE on March 28, 2012
Flavor Name: Blackberry PomegranateSize Name: 10 Count Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Tea&Honey hmmm sounds like it might be all natural but it's NOT. Before I even opened this box, the smell of it turned me off. I poured this into 20 ounces of water which was even more then the 16 oz it called for and then tasted it, GACK, this is clearly not honey! One swallow and I tasted this in my throat and mouth for an hour and the after taste is horrible. Even the glass I poured it out of, I couldn't get the smell out of even after washing it. This is so putridly sweet I could barely swallow it. I assumed this was as the front of the box said in BIG letters Tea&Honey, well it's not just sweetened with honey. The misleading product labeling did not clearly state that this is full of Sucralose (Nutrasweet by another name) and Maltodextrin two products I would NEVER put in my body knowingly. Both make me sick and give me migraines. Question is WHY? Why would you put artificial garbage, chemical sweetener in green tea that was already sweetened with sugar and honey?

Lipton, this product is very misleading. You should Clearly state "Artificial Sweetener" and or "Diet" on the FRONT of the package so people who care what they put in their bodies won't buy this by mistake. Can't you just keep it all natural?
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