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Got kids? You’ll be pleased to know we’ve introduced two iced herbal teas the whole family can enjoy at mealtimes. How’s that, you ask? Well, these new herbal tea flavors have zero artificial flavors, colors, added sweeteners, or – drumroll, please – caffeine! 

These new refreshing blends, Strawberry Watermelon and Mango, are packed full of natural flavor and are a delicious alternative to plain water. Now everyone can feel good about serving these to their families.

A FRUITY FAMILY FAVORITE

Our very own Lipton® tea blenders have masterfully combined a variety of herbs to create some deliciously mouth-watering flavors. The likes of rosehips, hibiscus and chamomile flowers, orange peel, licorice root, and lemon grass have been expertly brought together so adults and kids alike can now enjoy a delightful blend of tart, sweet, zesty and all-round refreshing. 
Another reason to feel good about these tasty teas is that, when served, they’re 99.5% water. This makes Lipton Iced Herbal Tea just as hydrating as water which helps all our bodies run at their tip-top best.

NOT JUST GREAT TASTING, BUT GREAT BENEFITS TOO

For centuries now, the herbs used in these teas have been traditionally associated with a wide range of benefits:

• Rosehips. Long believed to boost the immune system because of its high vitamin C content. This in turn can prevent and treat colds and the flu.

• Hibiscus flowers. Rich in antioxidants, this herb is said to be a great detoxifier. Its cleansing properties have been shown to help relieve high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive, immune and inflammatory issues.

• Chamomile flowers. Known to aid digestion, this multi-faceted herb has also been used as a mildly relaxing sleep aid and stress reliever.

• Orange peel¹: Rich in antioxidants and vitamin C.

• Licorice root² & Lemon grass³. Shown to help with digestive issues.

• Chicory root4. Shown to aid digestion and have a calming effect.

 

HOW TO BREW HERBAL TEA

Ready for a deliciously refreshing drink? Here’s how to make two quarts of iced herbal tea.


  1. First, brew four cups of boiling water.
  2. Add two tea bags and brew for four to five minutes.
  3. Fill with four cups of ice and enjoy!


Top tip 1: Don’t re-use your bags. Each tea bag is meant for a single use. Follow the directions on the box to get the very best flavor and color.

Top tip 2: If you want to get a bit creative, try mixing things up a little with one of the following combinations:

• Juicy Strawberry Watermelon Iced Herbal Tea Pops with Mixed Fruit. With our Strawberry Watermelon Iced Herbal Tea as its base, this refreshing pop drink with loads of added fruit is the perfect indulgence for those hot summer months.

• A pitcher of Strawberry Watermelon Iced Herbal Tea with Oranges & Limes. We’re licking our lips just thinking about this. Made with our Strawberry Watermelon Iced Herbal Tea and slices of orange and lime, you won’t be able to have just one glass of this delicious iced treat.

• A pitcher of Mango Iced Herbal Tea with Cranberries. If you like your ice tea with a bit of a nip, then you’ll absolutely love this. Made with Mango Iced Herbal Tea, the cranberries add the perfect zest to this wonderfully flavorful drink.

1. https://www.wellbeing.com.au/body/nutrition/the-medicinal-uses-of-oranges.html
2. https://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-licorice-root.html
3. https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-719/lemongrass
4. https://www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/chicory-herb.html