Pure Leaf is a brand of tea owned by Unilever. It started as a spin-off of the Lipton brand, with teas initially labeled as Lipton Pure Leaf. Unilever eventually dropped the Lipton, and made Pure Leaf a brand of its own. Pure Leaf is primarily a brand of bottled teas. However, the brand also has a line of whole-leaf tea in sachets, as well as loose-leaf teas, available in some supermarkets. These are marketed as “home brewed teas”.
Pure Leaf Iced Tea is a line of real brewed teas that delivers a fresh brewed taste, while being made from only the finest and all-natural ingredients. There are no preservatives and no added color to any of their iced teas. The end result is a delicious tasting iced tea with the perfect balance of aromas, body, and flavor.
The reason you get the real brewed flavor is it comes from REAL tea leaves (hand-selected from China, India, Africa, and South America) picked at their freshest, and never from powder or concentrate. This way you can enjoy the pure and fresh taste of tea, straight from the leaf to the bottle! What could be better! Moreover, each of the square bottles are made of PET plastic, which are lightweight and provide a high pallet of efficiency, which equates to more bottles, lighter loads, and less fuel used in transport. The PET plastic is also 100% recyclable.
Pure Leaf has recently introduced two new lower-sugar iced teas – Not Too Sweet Peach Tea and Not Too Sweet Honey Green Tea. In each of these bottles, you get 18.5 fl oz of deliciousness! The entire bottle is only 100 calories (45 calories per 8 0z) and contains no fat, sodium, carbohydrates, and protein. They also contain very little sugar.
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