Twinings Green Cranberry Reviews
Product Type: Twinings Tea
Description:Brand: Twinings / Type: Green Tea / A light, green tea blended with sweet Cranberry flavour to produce a delicious, refreshing drink. Green tea is a natural source of antioxidants, which may help protect the body from the damage caused by free radicals.
Newest Review: ... but can often be found on offer, as it currently is, with three boxes within the Twinings range for £3. Making a cuppa is ... more
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by - written on 28/02/08 (Useful, 105 readings)
I started drinking Green Tea after reading on a website that is can suppress hunger. Me being a typical woman, rushed out to buy it to see how true the claim was!! I picked the Cranberry flavour because I love Cranberries and I thought it would mask the flavour of the green tea. I found the tea in my local Tesco and you can buy it from any supermarket for about £1.50 for 20 teabags. Bargain I thought! I was surprised when I had my first cup of green tea at my desk at work, expecting to be digusted (I have tried various teas, including nettle tea - which did make me hack!) but I was surprised! I really enjoyed it. I started to notice change in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I have been a green tea fan for several years now, I started drinking it whilst at university, having avoided developing the addiction to standard black-tea-and-milk that my parents have (they drink two-three cups at a time!), but realising that if I drank a lot of hot drinks I didn't need to have the heating turned up so high and could save money on the gas! I have tried quite a range of green teas and herbal teas now and the Twinings Green Tea with Cranberry is one of my favourites (the others being Clipper Green Tea with Lemon and London Tea's Vanilla Chai and Lemon Retreat). I first tried this tea because it was on special offer (of course) and I liked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I'm fairly new to all this herbal and fruit tea malarky but on deciding to do a detox rather than a diet (choc and cake is my downfall but i dont really need to lose the weight just the rubbish!) my partner (who is now a health buff) pointed me in the direction of green tea and suggested I drink it with every meal, so one with breakfast, one with dinner and one with tea. I was never sure why but he assured me it helps to aid slimmers as it helps to speed up your metabolism and break down food quicker reducing the ammount which turns to fat. Other uses of green tea are to prevent cancer (if you drink up t 10 cups a day Scientiss claim) and to improve health. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I gave up drinking caffinated tea and coffee a couple of years ago for a new years resolution and haven't looked back since. I thought I would miss it, but I soon realised I didn't even like the taste of tea, it was more the habit of having a hot drink which I missed. I soon got used to this and replaced my need with fruit and herbal teas. I have tried many fruit tea's in my time, some from supermarket own brands, like Tesco, Asda, and Sainsbury's and then branded names like Tetley and Twinings. Out of all the flavours I have tried I have to say that green tea is my least favorite flavour. The only reason I tried this one is because I was trying to drink more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09, updated on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I have been drinking green tea for around four years now - moving to England from the US, the daily ceremony of tea is inevitable, but I've got a very low tolerance for caffeine, and I found the standard black tea to have too much stimulant, leaving me jittery. I'd known green tea was a digestive aid and a good source of antioxidants, and it had just enough of a kick to get me started in the morning, so I started to drink it. Since becoming a devoted green tea drinker, I've tried the lot of them - organic teas, free trade teas, discount teas, loose leaf teas, etc.! After this lengthy period of trial and error, I now know to reach for only one kind of tea at Tescos - ... Read the complete review
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