100% Natural Green

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Natural green tea, clean and delicious, contains naturally protective (flavonoid) antioxidants.

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32 Tasting Notes

1792 tasting notes

Oh, Grandma. I’ve had this at her house quite a few times and every time, it is so freakishly bitter. To be fair, she plops the bag into the teapot of just-boiled water AND leaves it in there. I don’t even know what to say.


Maybe, “Granny, let me make you a nice fresh cup of ____?” (No, wait…that sounds like the Big Bad Wolf…)


Ha! She wouldn’t let me anyway. She will always do things the same way no matter what. Kind of sad, but what can we do!

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865 tasting notes

Have some of these and had no clue what to do with them. Decided to have a yakisoba chicken noodle bowl so I steeped 2 bags (because there’s 2 servings per bowl) first, let it cool, then added it to the bowl before microwaving instead of plain water. Definitely gives it a nice flavor (along w/ the 2tsp of wing sauce I added). Now if there would only be more veggies and actual chicken in it. The other half of the bowl will be my dinner.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Added a tsp of curry powder to the left overs for dinner… DANG was that spicy. And good! I’ve eaten things I needed to sign legal waivers for so this was right up my alley lol.


Wow, both of those ideas actually sound really tasty. Might have to try tea as a food additive next time I make something like that.

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35 tasting notes

I found this one weird. It’s supposed to be plain green, but it tasted like it had licorice root in it.

145 °F / 62 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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1719 tasting notes

Mom’s idea of green tea. I remember I liked it when I first tried it. Tonight I found it bitter, with little tea taste. Very disappointing.

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20 tasting notes

When I used to drink this I THOUGHT it was good. Since trying real greens I have learned my lesson. This always comes out bitter and grassy no matter how you brew it. If you want to try out green tea do yourself and the tea world a favor and don’t get this one.


amen to that.

Rasmus Lasthein

I’m a complete beginner regarding tea in general, but would really like to learn.
The different kinds of green tea I’ve tried (including the above one) always come out bitter. I used to think that was the “point” but now … can you telle med how should a good cup of of wellbrewed green tea really taste ?


This post confuses me. If you already love dirt cheap tea, what is the point in raising your standards so that you hate it? Now you not only have to throw out tea that you used to think was good, but you are also stuck paying multiple times the expense for better tea.

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This is a very pedestrian tea. If I have other choices, I will take them.


So True, the best green tea Ive ever tried is Gorreana’s green tea. This tea is very generic and never tastes consistant. ugh no lipton for me

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7 tasting notes

Kind of bland. Steeped it for five minutes and it didn’t get any stronger. Not bad, but not really worth drinking, either.

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57 tasting notes

This tea is nothing special. This was a sample give to me by my son. I feel there too many other teas that Lipton offers that I want to try (I must pass on this one!)

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