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The Lipton Brands Of Tea
by: Deirdre Gonzalez





When it comes to brands of teas, Lipton is considered as one of the top brands in the world. Although if one would visit any country around the world and asks if the Lipton is best tea brand, many would usually defer and introduce a brand which is popular on their country. However, the fact that they know the tea brand Lipton and buy lipton tea is enough to differentiate its popularity against other brands of teas. This is because Lipton is the only brand known globally.

Marketed under Unilever, a multinational company that basically owns most consumer products from foods and beverages to cleansing agents and personal care products, Lipton is said to be one of company's few billion-Euro brands as well as the only brand of beverage to hit this mark. This success was mainly due to Lipton's different blends which gave rise to its yellow label teas as well as the number of who buy lipton tea.

Brands of Lipton

Other than the Yellow Labelled Lipton tea brands, which was the original blend of teas, Lipton has also been known to incorporate a number of products. Apart from black leaf teas (with the long-standing Lipton Yellow Label brand), the company also markets a large range of other varieties, both in leaf tea as well as ready-to-drink format. These include green teas, black flavoured teas, (herbal) infusions, Lipton Linea (a 'slimming tea') in Europe and Lipton Milk Tea in various Asian markets.

Another popular brand of Lipton is the Lipton Iced Tea. Lipton Iced Tea, in many markets known as Lipton Ice Tea is an iced tea brand sold by Lipton through two joint ventures with PepsiCo. The operations are 50-50 ventures, in which PepsiCo contributes its bottling facilities and distribution networks and Unilever the brand (Lipton) and recipe. Lipton Iced Tea is also considered as one of the best-selling brands of Lipton which is why many people buy lipton tea.

However, other than these brands, the Yellow Label has always been the most popular brand of Lipton. Lipton Yellow Label has been sold since 1890, when Sir Thomas Lipton created the first version of the Yellow pack with a red Lipton shield, which to this day typifies the Lipton Yellow Label brand. It is sold in 150 countries worldwide. Lipton Yellow Label is a blend, meaning that up to 30 teas from many different origins are blended together to create a consistent quality and taste.

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Deirdre Gonzales is a business entrepreneur from Cebu City Philippines. She's now based in Florida and writes in her spare time for various websites including Myayala.com
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