Lipton Sparkling Ice Tea ~ the little lioness

Lipton Sparkling Ice Tea

Lipton sparkling ice tea

Lipton ice tea is now available with a light sparkle – in cans and bottles. There’s only the three varieties – Classic Lemon, Zero Sugar Lemon , and Peach. I got the two lemon ones to try and compare. No point me getting the peach as I don’t particularly like peach ice tea.

They all have a good amount of real tea extract in them, and that nice lemony twist. The classic was certainly nicer than the diet version due to the artificial sweetener taste. Kinda wish they would just have low sugar versions rather than making them odd with any non sugar sweeteners – yes that include odd things like Natvia.

So, will totally buy the classic lemon again, especially to have with sushi, as that is the best time for ice tea :)



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5 comments for “Lipton Sparkling Ice Tea

  1. February 6, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    Oooh I love iced tea -but I adore the peach one! Hehe yes it always goes beautifully with sushi!

  2. February 9, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    I hate tea. Despise it. But I accidentally drank some iced tea over Christmas and I loved it.

    So I will totally give this a go. Thanks for the heads up.

    • February 9, 2015 at 7:48 pm

      don’t waste time on the diet one… haven’t brought myself to finish the bottle :(

  3. May 31, 2016 at 10:45 pm

    Is the “classic” the same as the original “Liptonice” they sold in those blue & orange cans back in the early-mid 90’s? Still my all-time favourite. I was gutted when they discontinued that one. I think it had a marketing problem back in the day because people would see me drinking it and go “eww, cold tea!?”. (The fools).

    • James
      September 21, 2020 at 11:29 pm

      Yes, Melbourne Cash! I quite agree and lament the discontinuation of classic Lipton-ice. I used to drink it from cans and it remains the best canned drink I have ever tasted. The damn thing totally disappeared when I wasn’t looking and now its as though the world forgot about it. No-one my age remembers it at all, dammit.

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