English Classic Cold Brewed Iced Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Drying, Floral, Orange Blossom
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Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Hey, it’s pretty good! I brewed this with cold water from the drinking fountain. It has a pretty good flavor, although maybe not quite as good as the iced tea I make at home.” Read full tasting note
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  • “Following the directions, I used cold water and let steep for five minutes. After the five minutes were up, there was about a centimeter of tea-colored liquid at the bottom of the glass. The rest...” Read full tasting note
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All natural and expertly blended with a rich & satisfying robust black tea expertly blended to deliver a refreshing, full-flavored iced tea.
Twinings has perfected the art of delivering a glass of refreshing iced tea in just minutes! So innovative and easy-to-use, you no longer have to wait for the water to boil, bags to brew and tea to cool. Simply add water, let stand, add ice and minutes later your refreshing iced tea is ready to drink. Twinings English Classic is a traditional black tea expertly blended to deliver a refreshing, full-flavored iced tea you can enjoy anytime, anywhere or for any occasion.

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Hey, it’s pretty good! I brewed this with cold water from the drinking fountain. It has a pretty good flavor, although maybe not quite as good as the iced tea I make at home.

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Following the directions, I used cold water and let steep for five minutes. After the five minutes were up, there was about a centimeter of tea-colored liquid at the bottom of the glass. The rest of the cup was still clear. Not what I expected. I dunked and swirled the bag a bit so that it would mix, but it still looks pretty light. Letting it steep a bit longer.

Ended up steeping for several more minutes and finally just decided to sip with the tea bag in. Interestingly, it tastes a little like orange flower water. So slightly floral. Overall, I’m not a fan. It wasn’t strong enough for an iced tea, in my opinion, and the flavor wasn’t anything special.

This is the last of the bags from my swap with Devon Bartholomew – so fun to try some new-to-me bagged teas!

Flavors: Drying, Floral, Orange Blossom

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 8 OZ / 236 ML
gmathis

I’ve never seen a Twinings cold brew … the local selection just covers the basics.

Shae

I’ve never seen them in my local store either. I saw a few other flavors online. I guess the universe felt the need to test me after my Twinings comment a couple days ago. :D

AJRimmer

So far, I haven’t found one of those quick cold brew teas that I liked much. They just turn out strange.

gmathis

Agreed. Just plain tea works fine, thank you, marketing departments!

tea-sipper

Yeah, I can’t imagine ANY tea could work brewed cold outright. hmm

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