Having had a heritage that dated more than a 100 years ago, everyone should be so familiar with the classic Lipton brand of tea that it being our daily dose of English tea, few of us could possibly associate it with anything out of the ordinary.
And refusing to take a stand back and embroiled itself as just one of the those on the shelf, Lipton Tea has paired up with British actor and presenter, George Young and The Cufflink Club to create a variety of unique cocktails and mocktails recipes , in a bid to inspire consumers to innovate and experience new twists to tea drinking.
The collaboration was a huge success with much credits owing to the versatility and variety of Lipton’s flavoured teas and of course, avid tea drinker, George Young for his signature concoctions as well.
And it’s indeed amazing to discover how our simple fuse of daily tea is able to achieve such optimum for innovation with just a few core ingredients. Inspiring, delicious and ultimate presentation that just wowed everyone’s hearts away.
Thrilled to start on this tea experimentation together ? I will be sharing a few recipes of the signature creations, being the sweet and irrestible Maple Twist, the tropical Fruitea Red Crush and the refreshingly cooling Ma-Tea-To that are perfect for Singapore’s weather !
So here you go….
Oh yes, not forgetting to mention that Lipton broke the traditional teabag edition with the Pyramid tea bag that promises a better brew as the tea leaves are kept spacious which allows for optimum room for infusion and increases liberation of aroma, color and taste which are just absolute for the sound tea drinker.
The Lipton Yellow Label range and Lipton Pyramid Tea range are available at all major supermarkets and are priced from S$5.85 (per box of 100 teabags) and S$4.95 (per box of 20 tea bags) respectively.