Lipton Iced Tea Lemon Flavour 670g (23.6oz)


Lipton Iced Tea Lemon Flavour 670g (23.6oz)

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Enjoy a very quick and easy iced lemon tea with Lipton Tea Powdered Mix. It is so refreshing and full of fruity flavour. Turns out be a delightful drink every time. Make it straight with some water and ice or add a sprig of mint and a few lemon wedges.  For a grown-up version add your favourite liquor. It is an absolute summertime favourite drink!

  • Lemon Iced Tea Powder Mix
  • Refreshingly cool lemon flavoured drink
  • Colour and flavour obtained from natural sources
  • Sweetened Drink Mix
  • American Import
  • Superb Sweet Tea Treat
  • 670g Can of Lipton Iced Tea Lemon Flavour
  • Resealable lid to retain freshness


Cane Sugar, Citric Acid (Provides Tartness), Instant Tea Powder, Carrot Juice (Colour), Natural Flavour.

Nutritional Information:

Per 18gm Per 100gm % of RI per 100gm
Energy (KJ) 292.88 1627.11 19%
Energy (Kcal) 70 388.89 19%
Fat (g) 0 0.00 0%
of which saturates (g) 0 0.00 0%
Carbohydrates (g) 18 100.00 38%
of which sugars (g) 17 94.44 105%
Protein (g) 0 0.00 0%
Salt (g) 0 0.00 0%

Additional information

Weight 0.916667 kg



The company that made Iced Tea cool. Each Lipton Ice Tea is infused with the goodness of nature. Ultimately, it's the perfect mix of rain, wind, and sunlight that gives it its signature taste and aroma. From humble beginnings in Glasgow, Sir Thomas Lipton would rise to become a world-renowned entrepreneur, yachtsman and of course, tea merchant extraordinaire. He believed that anyone, of any class, should be able to enjoy tea at its best. He was also the first to print brewing instructions on tea bag tags. Today, we have one of the most varied tea ranges available - why not try something new? Fun Fact: When the first Lipton grocery store opened in Glasgow in 1871, he celebrated by importing the world's largest cheese and issuing 'Lipton Currency Notes'.