Orange, Passionfruit Jasmine Green Tea

This page is for the caffeinated version. See also Decaffeinated Jasmine Passionfruit with Citrus Green Tea.

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Brand:Lipton Tea
Style:Fruit Green Tea
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Region:Blend
Loose/teabag:Teabag
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This tea's info last updated: Aug. 13, 2018

Commercial Description

Enjoy the delicious combination of our delicate green tea with the flavors of citrus, passionfruit and jasmine.

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Reviewer pic53 Aroma: 5/10 Flavor: 3/5 Value: 3/5
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I think the average person would enjoy this. The flavors are not as intense as I personally would like them to be, but the orange and jasmine balance out well with the green tea. I would have also personally liked more passionfruit, but it is noticeable, just not by much. It's not bad iced and I wouldn't mind using it as a cheap iced tea. Overall, if you're used to having drugstore brand green tea, this'll probably be amazing for you but if you've had some higher-quality teas, this one's pretty meh.

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Reviewer pic73 Aroma: 4/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 5/5
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This tea has a great blend of flavors, without bitterness. The green tea flavor is there, but subtly. The orange and passion fruit adds a little fruity sweetness, and the Jasmine balances it all out into a very mellow tea.

I was unsure how much I'd really like it, but I loved it the first cup I had.

Aromatically, it isn't the most intriguing scented tea, but the flavors upon taste-buds make up for it to me.


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Reviewer pic30 Aroma: 2/10 Flavor: 2/5 Value: 2/5
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Aroma is intense and fruity, but muddled. I find that the jasmine doesn't blend well with the other aromas. The green tea is noticeable in this blend--but I'm not crazy of their choice of green tea to blend with the other ingredients. This tea is on the acidic side; it's bold flavor doesn't mesh well with the aroma.

Lipton's recommendation of a short brewing time is important: you don't want to overbrew this one. I brewed a minute and a half and it was on the strong side. I recommend using water well below boiling; otherwise this tea has a harshness to it. Even brewing properly, it's still a bit harsh.

This is my least favorite tea I've tried from Lipton yet. It was a bit surprising to me--I normally find Lipton's teas to be bland or boring, but well-balanced; this one has a lot going on but I find it just doesn't work.
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