GET THE BEST FROM YOUR BREW
If you’ve ever sampled a green tea and found it a little on the bitter side, it’s likely because it’s been steeping for a little too long. Our Green Tea benefits from brewing in boiled water that’s been left to cool a little. This helps to coax out those lovely, fresh and energizing flavors. If you prefer your green tea to have a bite to it, steep for longer than 2 minutes.
GREEN TEA IS WONDERFULLY VERSATILE
One of the benefits of green tea is the many ways you can drink it! Our green tea blend is perfect for those moments when you need to re-energize and revive, and for when you need to recoup and restore. A dose of pure sunshine to kickstart your day, and an afternoon delight to see you through to bedtime.
GREEN TEA CAN BE ENJOYED IN ANY SEASON
There’s no better accompaniment to a summer’s day than a cold drink, nor anything more comforting on a winter’s night than a warm one. From iced tea to piping hot green tea matcha lattes, our smooth green tea is perfect for all seasons, and goes great with breakfast, lunch or dinner. If you’re craving something fruity, why not try our range of green tea featuring super fruits? From red goji & raspberry to purple acai & blueberry andcranberry & pomegranate, we’ve something for everyone.
GREEN TEA CAN BE BREWED TO YOUR TASTE
If you’ve ever sampled a green tea and found it a little bitter, you’ve probably steeped it too long – brew your beverage for up to two minutes Lipton Green Tea benefits from slightly cooled boiled water. This gentler brewing technique helps to coax out those subtle fresh flavors. If you prefer your green tea to have a bit of bite, steep for slightly longer.
GREEN TEA FOR SUSTAINABILITY
The benefits of green tea aren’t just for you, but for the whole planet. Lipton has provided education to over 16,000 families living and working on our tea estates in Kenya; planted over 1.3 million trees since 2000; and helped nearly 600,000 Kenyan small farmers gain Rainforest Alliance certification. Find out more about our sustainable sourcing practices here. * Green tea has 28mg of caffeine per cup, while brewed coffee has 95mg per cup
1.. ‘The history of tea’, Chinese Tea.
2. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recommends 2L and 2.5L fluid intake per day for women and men, respectively
3. Ruxton CH and Hart VA. Black tea is not significantly different from water in the maintenance of normal hydration in human subjects: results from a randomized controlled trial. Br J Nutr. 106(4): 588-95, 2011.
4. Ruxton CH, Phillips F and Bond T. Is Tea a healthy source of hydration? Br Nutrition Foundation. Nutrition Bulletin, 40, 166-176.
5. US Department of Agriculture Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods Release 3.2. September 2015, slightly revised November 2015. 1 cup of fresh orange contains approx. 37mg, 1 medium sized red apple contains approx. 45 mg, 1 cup of cooked broccoli contains approx. 3 mg
6. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Agriculture. 2015 – 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. 8th Edition. December 2015.7. US Department of Agriculture National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Release 28, released September 2015, slightly revised May 2016.