Lipton Yellow Label Tea Bags offer a convenient method of making tea while retaining the original flavor and ingredients. Offering a convenient solution for those who live life on the go, this pack of 100 tea bags is convenient to carry around and share. It offers everyone their own unique ownership of the flavor, offering light, medium and strong cups of tea depending on how many times you dip your tea bag.
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In 1890, Sir Thomas set out to buy his first tea plantations. He purchased 5,500 acres of the Dambatenne Tea Plantation in Ceylon’s high country then re-organized the plantations, making production more efficient.Thomas Lipton was a big fan of promotional stunts. When his first 20,000 tea chests arrived in Glasgow he put on a party, complete with a brass band and bagpipe parade.
When the first Lipton® grocery store opened in Glasgow 1871, he imported the world’s largest cheese and even issued his own Lipton® currency.By the time he shipped his first batch of tea, Thomas Lipton was a millionaire.
In 1893 Sir Thomas Lipton officially established the Thomas J Lipton Co.®, a tea packaging company based in Hoboken, New Jersey . He felt that tea should be a drink for everyone, not just the wealthy , so he strived to make packaging and shipping less expensive.Instead of arriving in crates, Sir Thomas packaged his loose tea in multiple weight options. The tea was also standardized, so Lipton® customers knew exactly what to expect.
The History of tea bags:
Tea bags were an accidental creation by American merchant Thomas Sullivan. When sending samples of tea to his customers, he would place them in small silk bags. His customers presumed the whole bag should be steeped in water, and so the tea bag was born. Thomas Lipton was always forward thinking, and knew how important tea bags would be to his product. Lipton® was also the first tea brand to print brewing instructions on tea bag tags.
Lipton continues to innovate. In the US, 100% of our leaf tea is Rainforest Alliance Certified. By supporting smallholder farmers, we can ensure sustainability from crop to cup.