Healthy, Nutritional. A Smart Tea that contributes to your longevity!
Lipton is promoting their new White Tea in ready-to-drink bottles and “To Go” packs. To launch the new line of tea products and highlight that Lipton White Tea is made from young White Tea buds, they have launched the “Free Your Y” (your youth) campaign, and giving away $25,000 through the “Free Your Y” video contest, which will be active through . The “Free Your Y” concept is aimed at encouraging people to tap into and express their inner youth, and the contest will ask people to share – via video – what they do to feel young and active.
Relax and Heighten Your Senses
The Kitchen smells of a bouquet of Papaya, Raspberries, Mango and Peaches. Spring is in the air and the flavorful fruit smells that embrace me, don’t place me in an exotic country, but in my mid western home. I have three different tea’s in front of me, which have tantalized my tongue and whose perfume has awakened my senses. Lipton’s white tea has a taste that is light and mild. It is a refreshing way to enjoy a drink made from a combination of natural flavors, orange leaves, lemon grass, rose hips and licorice root. They are packed with antioxidants to combat free radicals brought on by stress and a fiber reduced diet. Dentist’s will make this their recommended tea of choice, as white tea’s staining properties are not as intense as other tea’s.
White Tea Facts
“White tea comes from is chiefly produced in Fujian Province in China with only limited or negligible production outside and more commonly just known as Yinzhen. Amongst white teas this is the most expensive variety and the most prized as only top buds are used to produce the tea. Most Yinzhen is made from the Da Bai or Large White tea tree race, however there are exceptions such as the big bud teas from Yunnan. Yinzhen tea is considered to be good for health. According to the researchers at the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, white tea may be used to fight cancer as well as acting as a deterrent. The tea is nowadays mostly grown in the Fujian Province and there are generally two major producing counties, Zheng He and Fuding.”
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