Introducing 100% Natural Lipton Iced Tea


Natural Lipton Iced Tea! I bought two bottles of Lipton Iced Tea because the stylish bottle design and the colorful label on the bottle. They were very attractive and it looks like a trophy. Also, it says 100% natural on the bottle and I thought you can’t go wrong with natural flavors. After a bit of research, the Lipton company was started by a Scottish-born entrepreneur named Sir Thomas Lipton and he made tea accessible to everyone. Also, he started his company in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Lipton Natural Iced Tea

100% Natural Lipton Iced Tea Pomegranate Blueberry

After busting the cap, there’s a fruity tea aroma coming out from the bottle and it’s quite refreshing if you chill it for a while in the fridge. The precise scent that’s in the aroma would be the recognizable Pomegranate fruit and lightly sweetened iced tea. As for the blueberry, it’s hard to sense the existence of it in the drink by just sniffing around. The color and texture are very close to other iced tea drinks that are on the market today. As for the taste, the first sip tasted unknown because there’s  no dominate flavor going on in the mix and usually i would expect the dominate tea flavor since it’s Lipton. After couple more sips, you get the feeling of drinking a lightly sweetened fruity flavor tea drink, but not so much of the tea flavor. As you drink more, the fruity taste gets stronger, but still you will not know what exactly the fruits are in the drink with out looking at the label. After finishing half bottle, you could sense the subtle pomegranate flavor. Also, the lightly sweet taste mixed perfectly with the fruity flavor because it tasted smooth and awesome. I love the taste!  This is more like a fruit drink rather than a tea drink because the tea flavor has become the supporting ingredient for this drink and it makes very pleasant to drink.  There’s no aftertaste for this Lipton 100% Natural Iced Tea.

Lipton Natural Iced Tea Pomegranate blueberry

100% Natural Lipton Iced Tea Lemon

There’s a refreshing lemon aroma coming out from the bottle when you open it for the first time and you should definitely chill it before you drink. The color and texture are the same as the previous flavor. The first sip tasted a lot better than the pomegranate blueberry flavor because you can actually taste the lemon flavor in the drink. Also, the sweet taste seems a bit sweeter than the previous flavor. As you drink more, the lemon flavor just gets better every time you sip it. Also, you could taste the tea flavor in this drink after couple sips as well. The taste between lemon and tea are very well balance because you can taste two flavors in one sip and either dominates the other. when your mouth processes the sip, you get to taste the  lightly sweet tea flavor first and as you swallows down the sip, the natural lemon taste appears and it lingers a bit too in your mouth. Usually when I finish one bottle of lemon iced tea, my stomach feels weird but not in this case. Again, there’s no after taste for this lemon iced tea drink from Lipton.

Lipton Natural Iced Tea Lemon

The ingredients for 100% Natural Lipton Iced Tea Lemon and 100% Natural Lipton Iced Tea Pomegranate Blueberry are the same and both includes: Tea (Water, Tea Extract from tea leaves), Sugar, Citric Acid, Natural Flavor, Reb A (Purified Stevia Extract). Also, contains 130 calories, 120mg sodium, and 33g sugar. Caffeine content: 14mg/8fl oz; 35mg/20 fl oz.

Lipton Natural Iced Tea

Overall, I love both flavors and I think I will try out the rest of their 100% natural flavors. You should definitely try it out because it’s awesome.


Price:  $1.39

Size:  20 FL OZ / 591 ml

Aroma: Fruity / Lemon

Flavor:  Fruity / Lemon

Calorie:  130

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  • S Darna

    WHY is there Stevia is this “Natural” tea???? The safety of this sweetener has NOT been established!


  • Yeagerc40

    I absolutely love this drink, but now I can’t find it anywhere. A distributor told me they don’t make it anymore, they only make the all natural pure leaf but that’s not the same as the 100% natural, is this true?



    Really? I still see those drinks at NYC retail stores.


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