Review: Lipton Herbal Orange

Overall Rating:

Taste: 3 of 5 tea leaves – A decent tasty tea.
Steepability: 5 of 5 tea leaves – This tea is easy to make!

Katie says:

Once again Abby & I agree! This is a decent tasty tea that is very nice iced in the summer. I was glad that it was tasty iced because I actually bought this in the spring when I had a terrible sinus infection. I thought orange…vitamin c maybe? And when my nose is stuffed I like to constantly drink tea because the heat seems to be the only thing that keeps me able to breathe through my nose! Anyway, back to summer.  Since that IS the season. Brew this tea in a large batch and keep it in the freezer with a few slices of lemon or orange. It is tasty & won’t keep you up at night! And…if you buy a box to make iced tea now we’ll be sure to use it up (if there is any left) during cold season!

Temperature: @212 boiling
Steeped: Left teabag in my mug
Served: Nothing added at first, the a little honey

Taste: 3 of 5 tea leaves – A decent tasty tea.
Steepability: 5 of 5 tea leaves – This tea is easy to make!

Abby says:

Temperature: @212 boiling
Steeped: Left teabag in my mug
Served: Nothing added

I’m happy to be reviewing this one in the summer because it makes decent iced tea. When the weather is hot I am always looking for tea that I normally drink hot that translates well into iced versions. Most of these have caffeine, so I for one, need to be careful of how much I drink and at what time of day. This tea is decent as both a hot and cold beverage and it is caffeine free! This isn’t my favorite tea for either category, but it isn’t unpleasant either. It has a nice a-little-bit sweet and a-little-bit spicy flavor, which I like, but for me is a little too weak.

Mild tea drinkers, this might be just what you need, for hot or cold weather, any time of the day.

Taste: 3 of 5 tea leaves – A decent tasty tea.
Steepability: 5 of 5 tea leaves – This tea is easy to make!

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