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The Endless PossibiliTEAs of Lipton

I've never been much of a hot tea drinker.  Oh sure, I love iced teas but I consider them to be in a different league.  Hot tea drinks for me connote British afternoons and grass pasture infused with whatever fruit there is (with the taste that still was reminiscent of grass.  Yuck!  No offense meant to the millions of tea aficionados the world over.)  L

And so it was with great trepidation that I reluctantly accepted the conction prepared by the kind kuyas of the Lipton tea booth at Blogapalooza (guess they just didn't know what they were getting themselves into.  Hehehe!) 

The kuyas of Lipton tea

Tea is such a versatile beverage.  And although honey and cream are the most common add-ons, there are a million other possibilities and mixtures as well.  You're only limited at what you can create (or what your taste buds can tolerate in some cases.  )

Lipton Philippines cites just as few...

The possibiliTEAs are endless!

Having tried their Cinnamon Chai Latte, I am convinced.  Lipton yellow label tea mixed with calamansi-honey concentrate, add a serving of cream and a dash of cinnamon (my ultimate fave spice ever!), and you've got one hot aromatic conction perfect for those lazy days.


Why not be more adventurous and try adding your teas with a few drops of vanilla, grated ginger or citrus zest?  With just one box of 50 satchets, the possibiliTEAs are indeed endless


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Join Lipton Philippines' The PossibiliTEAs are Endless contest and get a chance to win loads of cash, a hot air balloon adventure and many more for you and your family and friends.  Visit the Lipton Philippines facebook page for more details. 

Comments

  1. Wow. I would definitely try those recipes in the photo above. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  2. I love teas and infusions :) My favorite is english breakfast with soy milk! I must try mixing it with some cinnamon or vanilla - good idea you gave me :)

    Spanish Pinay

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  3. i love ice teas but not hot teas. but will try this next time. =)

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  4. i love drinking hot tea..lalo na green tea because of the benefits :)

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  5. i wanted to zoom the photos in a little (to see the recipe) but that function is disabled. :-/

    Anyhoo, never was a fa n but there are days (especially when am indisposed) that I appreciate drinking a hot cup of tea.

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  6. I love drinking tea, Liptons always has the best and they are so easy too. Thanks for sharing.

    http://justtututiny.blogspot.com/
    Thu

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  7. @Bee: The one I tried was really tasty. I liked it. =)

    @Spanish Pinay: Sounds like a good combination. Will try it some time. =)

    @michi: We're the same but give this a try. You might like it. =)

    @kath: You have the same taste as my bro's. =)

    @Aria: I agree there are a lot of people who find tea so realzing. =)

    @Thu: You're welcome. =)

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