How can I make green tea taste good?

I want to drink Green tea because it has so many health benefits. I have never drank tea, coffee, hot chocolate, or any other hot liquid, so it’s hard for me to adjust. I get grossed out by the taste, and I don’t like the fact that it’s hot. Is there a way to make it taste better, other than milk, sugar, and honey? Also, is the cold Lipton Green tea you can buy at the convenience store just as healthy?

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9 Responses to “How can I make green tea taste good?”

  1. Genesee said:

    Hello,
    I always make my green tea combine with regular bags for my ice tea. It always tastes good and I reap all of the health benefits without having the nasty taste.

    I hope that helps!
    Good Luck!
    genesee@the-chocolate-spot.com

  2. HopHead said:

    Yes, lipton is healthy.

    you really limit the ways to enjoy the tea.

    Make a veg drink in the blender and add a tea bag of tea to it. The bag filter is optional but as the veg will supply enough fiber I reccom. you discard it.

  3. Daria F said:

    add sugar lol

  4. Agirl said:

    Make sure the green tea you buy is a good brand. Try a Korean make or Japanese. Also don’t let the tea bag steep too long, it will get bitter.
    Also you can make a punch with green tea, just add your fave juice and club soda.

  5. inSC said:

    The cold Lipton Green tea should be as healthy. I drink the diet all the time. It even taste better than the regular and doesn’t have the calories.

  6. garrettsambo said:

    Combine the green tea bags with the ice tea bags, and mix them together. It should work!

  7. flowerchild0217 said:

    You can take green tea pills. from a vitamin store

    OR….
    2 oz lemon vodka
    1/2 oz Grand Marnier® orange liqueur
    1 oz chilled green tea
    Combine ingredients in a martini shaker with ice and shake until chilled. Pour into a martini glass rimmed with lime juice and sugar. Garnish with lime slices.

  8. Wonderwall said:

    Add honey, sugar, sweet-n-low or equal and throw in ice cubes…no one said you had to drink it hot…make it just like you make regular iced tea.

    You can even squeeze some lemon in. None of this affects the health benefits of freshly brewed green tea.

  9. Joško said:

    If you ask me, the best are Japanese teas, like matcha, sencha…




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