This makes an acceptable iced tea – not as rich tasting as Luzianne. I also mixed it half and half with Adagio’s Peppermint – very tasty. The lighter flavor of the Lipton’s complements the peppermint well, and makes a very refreshing tea.
This is Frisian (German) tea – a special blend meant to be drunk in the German fashion, with rock sugar and cream. I used water just off the boil, and steeped for about 4 minutes. The tea brewed up very strong and brown, with some sediment, and with a distinct cooked flavor.
This is exactly as described – sweet, gingery and peachy. Needs no sweetening. The black tea seems to be very good quality and tasty. Altogether, not a tea I would have expected to find on the shelf at the local grocery store.