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Pure Leaf Tea: Unsweetened

We all know home brewed iced tea is the best, but can Lipton pull off a decent bottle?

Lipton LogoThe Pure Leaf Tea Dilemma

You did it again, you forgot to brew iced tea at home, and now you’re on the road salivating for fresh iced tea.

You head into your local grocer and there it is… Lipton’s Pure Leaf tea selection. The overwhelming variety┬ácauses you to hesitate. “Is it worth it? Which one do I choose?”

With so many choices, it’s tempting to get one of each, but you’re trying to stay healthy.

As you may have guessed, unsweetened is your healthiest option.

It’s as basic as it gets – iced tea the good and simple way. No additives. No preservatives. No calories. Just water, tea leaves 15mg of Sodium, 20 mg of Potassium, and 26mg of Caffeine per 250 mL.

Iced Pure Leaf TeaPure Leaf Tea Is No Joke

The very first sip is ever so refreshing. So simple. So tasty.

No wonder so many people love it!

According to their website, “The master blenders┬áhand-select the leaf tea from gardens in India, Africa and South America for their smooth, distinctive flavour.”

Be A Little Wild

I’ll let you in on a little secret…

You can totally get away with pouring it into a glass at your next party and decorating the glass with a fresh lemon and sprig of mint.

For something a little different, try a slice of blood orange and a pinch of raw sugar. (I’m a Sugar In The Raw fan!)

Stock up in case you run out!

How do you outfit your Pure Leaf tea?

 

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