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The signature taste of Lipton Yellow Label is the perfect combination of the best of nature and our passion for crafting unique tea blends. For our 100% natural Lipton Yellow Label black tea, we pick only the finest quality fresh tea leaves from the best tea garden in the world, to create this signature cut through flavor and balanced taste in every sip. Discover now Lipton Yellow Label and enjoy the taste of the world's no.1 tea*.
*Source: Euromonitor International Ltd, based on Hot Tea and RTD Tea Retail Value Shares combined, RSP, 2022 data.
NUMBER 1 TEA IN THE WORLD**
100% NATURAL FROM THE BEST TEA LEAVES
FROM THE BEST TEA PLANTATIONS
130 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
** Source: Euromonitor International Ltd, based on Hot Tea and RTD Tea Retail Value Shares combined, RSP, 2022.
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Founded by Sir Thomas Lipton at the end of the 19th century, today Lipton is the world's largest tea brand and is available in more than 110 countries. It has an inspiring past and can count on a lot of love and fame.
When Sir Thomas Lipton bought his first tea garden in Ceylon (present-day Sri Lanka) around 1890, tea was very expensive. But he found ways to make production and distribution more efficient so that people from all walks of life could enjoy a delicious cup of tea. Sir Thomas Lipton was the first to directly sell loose tea, as well as tea bags, to all who became enthralled with the beverage, regardless of their background. Lipton has retained Sir Thomas' love of innovation and excellence. Today, Lipton offers a wide range of infusion-based teas and beverages, such as green and black teas, loose tea and tea bags, non-calorie infusions, organic blends and even beautiful giftable tea packs.
A modern brand far removed from the traditional codes of "tea-time", Lipton has based its success on the development of a "tasting experience" during which consumption can create moments of shared pleasure, discovery and personal moments of wellbeing. Lipton is committed to improving the well-being of tea drinkers and the people who produce the tea, but also takes care of the planet. In 2007, Lipton was the first major tea brand to use sustainably grown tea on a large scale, thanks to the certification of the plantation in Kenya by Rainforest Alliance. Since 2015, the majority of tea bags have been Rainforest Alliance Certified™. Lipton is now working to make all tea bags completely plant-based and biodegradable and to eliminate all plastic from the packaging.