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Pure Leaf Tea is finally here!

DSC_0011 Canada is no longer a coffee country. We’re becoming tea obsessed, and with that obsession comes a demand for better teas made from fresh tea leaves and crafted under the careful guidance of tea masters. We have never been more passionate about tea. Each year, Canadians drink nearly 9.7 billion cups of tea and a 2005 report commissioned by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada indicates Canadian tea consumption is expected to jump another 40% by 2020.

With flavours as varied as wine and numerous health benefits, tea is rapidly growing in popularity, and the arrival of warmer weather makes now the perfect time to start thinking of cold tea. Enter Pure Leaf Real Brewed Tea. The only ready to drink iced tea in Canada made from teas imported from India, Africa and South America. Teas known for their smooth, distinctive flavour. DSC_0009Pure Leaf is perfect to pair with lunch, dinner, and all the snacks in between. Lipton has managed to create a tea that taste so good, and it has done without the use of preservatives, all natural ingredients and no high fructose corn syrup.

I was a bit skeptical, but after trying Pure Leaf I was surprised at the quality and taste of the drink. I usually find bottled iced tea too sweet or too bland.

This tea is refreshing and taste freshly brewed. The tea taste great on its own, but it also makes a great cocktail. Simply add some lemonade, Pure Leaf tea and 1.5 oz of tequila to make a fantastic and refreshing treat.

You can find Pure Leaf Tea wherever iced tea is sold.

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