- Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
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- ASIN: B000ODF2ME
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,620 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
Lipton Cup-A-Soup Tomato, 4-Count Pouches per Box (Pack of 12)
- Case of twelve, 4 count boxes, 48 cup size servings
- This cup of instant gratification contains rich tomato flavors and subtle seasonings.
- Quick and easy to make, just add hot water
- Only 90 calories per serving
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Top Customer Reviews
Now I am a nearly-retired engineer, working in an office many miles from home. My wife of 34 years sends me off with things for my lunch. When there isn't Lipton Tomato Cup-A-Soup in the bag, I reach into my bottom file drawer and pull one out of my own stash. The coffee machine makes the hot water for mixing it on the spot, and I love it as much as I did in 1957.
It's not a fine restaurant, it's my desk. It's not gourmet soup in a beautiful china bowl, it's Cup-A-Soup in my coffee cup. But it's tomato.
I recently purchased the Lipton Chicken Noodle with White meat " My favorite " and the Lipton Spring Vegetable which was also quite good. Since the other ones where so good for an instant soup I thought I would try the Tomato soup also. Unfortunately the Tomato soup was disappointing. I guess it's a matter of taste but it seemed to sweet for me and did not taste natural. It has 13 grams of sugar which equals about 3 teaspoons of sugar, a lot for a small 6 ounce cup of soup. The salt content is quite high also but since I have no problem with salt it's not a major problem for me. I probably will use the remainder of my soup for cooking since I don't care for it as a soup.
I have never added sugar to tomato juice or a fresh tomato to make it taste better so I don't understand why they do it here. I can understand salt or even lemon juice I do it all the time, but not sugar.
I am sure some people would disagree with me and might even like it sweet but this is my opinion. It's unfortunate that you have to buy a case instead of 1 or 2 to just try.
Thank you for contacting us regarding Lipton Tomato Cup-A-Soup.
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Lipton Cup-A-Soup Consumer Services
Here are a couple of other options:
Batchelors Cup a Soup Tomato 123g
Campbells Cup Soup Tomato, Chicken, Mushroom OR Vegetable (Cream of Tomato)
I keep these in my desk drawer for those times when I don't have time to do anything else. It's decent for a pouch soup, better than most others I've tried, and easy to make via the water cooler hot water spout. I haven't ordered them for a while on Amazon and I am now having trouble finding them. Where'd you go Lipton?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What ever happened to Tomato Cup-a-Soup and Cream of Chicken Cup-a-Soup? We loved them!Published 4 months ago by Barbara J. Williams
This product is very hard to find. Apparently Amazon has discontinued it. It adds flavor and thickening to gravies.Published 16 months ago by krystal
Love this soup mix...wish it was still being made by Lipton. Obviously they either didn't sell much of it or didn't like making it, either way they sold it to another company and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tamara
In 1865, Thomas Johnstone Lipton went to the United States and held various jobs. After five years, he returned to Britain, and opened grocery store that soon blossomed into a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
I will be very happy to write a review if I can only reorder this outstanding product!!!! This is a MUST restock item!!!Published on February 18, 2014 by Charles Morrison
Cup-a-soup has been one of our backpacking ten essentials for a couple of decades. Made with boiling water as a quick warm-me-up, exhausted, out in the cold and wet, it has... Read morePublished on August 17, 2013 by Victor Brown
a number of years ago my mom discovered this tomato soup. it disappeared from the shelves. we looked for it in many stores in several states. Read morePublished on September 22, 2012 by dek