Sunday, December 5, 2010

Enjoy all the Aroma of Baked Apples with Cinnamon

While recently out grocery shopping at my local store i came across a box of Lipton Herbal Cinnamon Apple Tea.  It was one of the cheapest teas they had to offer at only $2.15 a box, but it sounded so good,  i decided to try it out.  I do not mind buying grocery store tea as i like all different types and brands of tea.  As soon as i got home i decided to give it a whirl.  When i opened the box and pulled out a tea bag i noticed it was packaged nicely with the tea bag string wrapped around it.  I immediately was overcome with the pleasant scent or Warm apples and cinnamon.  It reminded me of a apple pie and made my taste buds tingle. 
I added just a couple teaspoons of sugar and a hint of honey.  As soon as i tried the tea it became an instant favorite in my house.  It combines just the right amount of cinnamon and apples to provide a sweet and Delicious taste.  The best part is it is all natural and contains no preservatives or coloring.   I also like the fact that it is caffeine free so it is perfect to drink just before bedtime.  It is also a great way to hydrate yourself.
Each box contains twenty servings and no calories.  Lipton Cinnamon Apple Tea contains the following ingredients:  Cinnamon,  Hibiscus Flowers,  Chamomile Flowers,  Roasted Chicory Root,  Allspice,  Orange Peel,  Roasted Carob,  Natural Flavors and Soy Lecithin.  It can also be found  in a Lipton Herbal Tea Collection that includes:  Orange,  peppermint,  Quietly Chamomile,  Ginger Twist,  Lemon,  and Apple Cinnamon.  For Hot Tea Preparation: Pour boiling water over tea bags.  Brew 4-6 minutes based on desired amount of strength.  Sweeten to taste using sugar or honey.  Visit http://lipton.com/ to learn more about their products.

13 comments:

Janet - AKA: Latte Lady said...

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Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

Yeah for tea, all kinds of teas. Hugs!

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Hazel Schreiner said...

That sounds delicious! Definitely my cup of tea (he he he pun intended!!)

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The Sierra Home Companion said...

I love tea, and that combination of flavors looks yummy. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am now a follower.
Rebecca