Lipton is now offering a refreshing new way for families to keep their cool in the heat of the summer months with its all-new fruit-infused iced herbal teas.
The iced herbal teas that are being introduced include the chamomile and hibiscus-based Lipton Strawberry Watermelon Iced Herbal Tea, as well as the Lipton Mango Iced Herbal Tea, which stars rosehips, sweet chamomile, licorice root and lemongrass and orange peel.
These new iced tea products feature no artificial flavors or colors, which makes them flavorful and satisfying alternatives to water. On this note, the Tea Director at Unilever, George Hamilton, remarks that "Our new Lipton Iced Herbal Teas are just as hydrating as water, but pack much more flavor."
Lipton's Summer Flavors Include Mango, Berry and Melon Infusions
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