I recently discovered Lipton Green Tea Citrus and it has since risen to the top of my list of all-time favorite drinks. I am particularly fond of its pomelo undertones and its citrus-y notes make for a great drink whether taken hot or cold.
I've always been skeptical about health benefits claims, so I can't say that I've been quickly taken in by Lipton's "Tea can do that" ad campaign. But after indulging in this tea, I can say this much about it- Lipton Green Tea Citrus does wonders in waking me up in the morning, energizing me in the afternoon, and relaxing me at night.
Lipton Green Tea Citrus is also my brother's favorite tea when making his delicious, refreshing, and unique tasting ice tea. (My brother is an ice tea snob and nothing less than the brewed kind is acceptable to him. Don't even get him started on the powdered kind...) This particular tea, I swear, makes amazing sweet tea.
(Recipe from sweettearecipes.com)
3 Quarts water (give or take) not that important.
2 cups Sugar
4 Quart size tea bags.
1. Bring water to a rolling boil, add sugar. (Stir to dissolve)
2. Add 4 tea bags. Stir. Let sit 20 minutes or so.
3. Pour up into gallon jug or container. Fill the rest with cool water.