Lipton Pyramid Tea Bags, White With Blueberry Pomegranate, 18-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 6)
- Pack of 6, 18 count tea bags
- Plucked by hand from the tips of tea buds
- 75 mg per serving of naturally protective antioxidants
- Packaged in unique pyramid tea bags for improved infusion
- Made from the tips of tea buds this tea has a wonderful aromatic flavor with a mild pleasing taste
- Pack of six 18-count tea bag boxes (total 108 tea bags)
- Contains 75 mg of flavonoids per 8 fluid ounce serving, is 100% natural, no preservatives or coloring
- Unique pyramid-shaped bags allow the tea with real blueberries, to flow freely for a truly authentic tea infusion
- Enjoy this exceptionally pure tea flavor and aroma, hot or iced
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LIPTON® white tea with blueberry & pomegranate flavor has a wonderful aromatic flavor with a mild, pleasing taste. The pyramid-shaped bags allow the long leaf tea with real blueberries to flow freely giving the tea a delicious taste. As an added extra, this tea contains 75 mg of flavonoids per serving.
LIPTON® White Tea
White tea was first discovered in the Fujian province of China. LIPTON® white tea is plucked by hand from the tips of tea buds before the tea leaf blossoms. Savor the flavor of 100 years of tea expertise in every cup.
The pyramid long-leaf tea is handpicked from only the top two leaves and a bud for uncompromising quality. LIPTON® long-cut tea is delicately packaged in unique pyramid-shaped bags that allow the tea room to flow freely with real pieces of fruit, herbs, or spices for a truly authentic tea infusion. The result is an exceptionally pure tea flavor and aroma. LIPTON® pyramid tea bags are available in a variety of delicious flavors. Try them all. These teas contain between 65 and 130 mg of flavonoids per 8 fluid ounce serving.
LIPTON® The Tea Experts
For more than 100 years, LIPTON® has served tea to all corners of the globe, bringing exotic flavors and new techniques to tea drinkers everywhere. Pyramid teas are one of the latest innovations LIPTON® has created to meet your desire for premium teas.
LIPTON® pyramid bags offer the best of both worlds – the full flavor of loose tea paired with the convenience of a bag. These uniquely shaped bags give the long-leaf tea and real pieces of fruit maximum room to infuse for great aroma, color, and taste. Experience the difference in every sip.
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.
- Tea naturally contains zero calories, therefore, when it is used in place of higher calorie beverages, it can help with weight control.
- 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.
Learn more about tea and health at www.LiptonT.com.
What is in the Box
Pack of six 18-count tea bag boxes (total 108 tea bags).
LIPTON® understands the need for sustainability. But what exactly does sustainability entail? The United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development defines sustainable development as that which “meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs ”.
That is a tall order, but as the world’s leading tea producer, LIPTON® is committed to sourcing all of their tea from sustainably managed farms. LIPTON® is proud that their Kericho, Kenya estate has been Rainforest Alliance Certified™. In addition, they expect that by 2015, all tea in LIPTON® tea bags sold globally will have been grown on Rainforest Alliance Certified estates.
The Rainforest Alliance is a nonprofit conservation organization that works to conserve biodiversity and protects the rights and welfare of workers, their families, and communities. Farms that meet the standards of the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN), an international coalition of leading conservation groups, are eligible to earn the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal. Rainforest Alliance Certified farms balance the three aspects of sustainability that conserve the environment, protect the rights and welfare of workers, their families, and communities and help farms to operate efficiently and cost-effectively.
Package Quantity: 6
White Tea, Green Tea, Dried Apples, Rosehip Cinnamon Bark, Licorice Root, Ginger Root, Orange Peel, Modified Corn Starch, Natural Flavor, Dried * Blackberry Fruit Pieces, Dried Black, Currant Fruit Pieces, Pomegranate Juice Solids, Dried Blueberry Fruit Pieces, Dried Raspberry Fruit Pieces.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's true, white tea is the first ingredient listed. Then green tea. Then apple pieces. Then a litany of all the cheap add-ins available to fill a tea bag. The pom -- is barely there at all, in the form of juice concentrated and then powdered into bits. And blueberry is so far down the list that it's barely there at all.
Of 15 listed ingredients, all the fruit (except the apple) are listed AFTER cornstarch and "natural flavor".
What kind of tea is this that has blueberry and pom in the name -- yet has more cornstarch and the mysterious "natural flavor" than the microscopic bits of fruit and juice?
CORNSTARCH? In tea? forget this stuff and find some Numi, or Republic of Tea, or Stash, or Celestial Seasonings tea that has the actual tea (white? green? black? rooibos? mint? chamomile?) in the name -- and then only minimal anything-else. No fillers. No thickeners. No crap. Almost any of the name companies in this price range give you more actual tea (and identifiable other ingredients) than this.
And it tastes bad. The "white tea" they are using tastes astringent and peppery.
Go for full leaf from a reputable tea merchant to be sure you're not getting a dainty little bag full of straw and leftovers -- which this is.
It does contain green tea with the white, which didn't bother me, as I love green tea. But it is good to be aware that the tea does contain green, which means it WILL become bitter if you over-brew it, especially if you're using boiling water. I know the directions on the box say to use boiling water, but to avoid bitterness, it is better to steep the tea at a slightly lower than boiling temperature. I use the water when the steam just begins coming off the water. You can also brew it slightly longer (an extra minute or so) at this temp to get a stronger flavor, if you want (it will tolerate a longer brew without getting bitter if you use a lower temperature water).
Another way you can brew this is to stick a tea bag in a bottle of water and pop it in the fridge overnight. The next day, you'll have a smooth iced tea ready to go! I love it unsweetened this way. If hot, I add a little honey, and it's delicious!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit under-whelming flavor. Just hints of berries.... but maybe that's your thing.Published 2 months ago by Wadzinski
like the tea, I love Lipton tea. But the label list Blueberry Pomegranate. No pomegranate in the ingredient list. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard
I love tea, and this one is no exception. I grow blueberries on my farm and know the health benefits of them plus, I just plain outright love them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by SuzetteC
These tea bags aren't bad but not as blueberry as I like. The blueberry taste is weak but the hint of pomegranate is pleasant, you will have to use alot to make a small pitcher (... Read morePublished 4 months ago by The PinUp Girl2B