Thursday, December 15, 2005

Lipton

Have you noticed a significant difference between Lipton tea and others? Why, then, does the company promote its product as the brisk tea? I'm drinking some right now, and grant you, I cut it with milk, but this brisk business is lost on me.

I like Red Rose tea. I am going to campaign here at work to restock the kitchen with it.

8 Comments:

At 12:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a difference between my Brisk and my Nestea Cool...raspberry.

PD

 
At 12:21 PM, Blogger 01245 said...

Sure, but there's no recognizable difference between Lipton's regular tea (which they label as "brisk") and say, Twinings Tea.

 
At 1:38 PM, Anonymous Nick said...

Bill Mueller and the Dodgers agreed to a two-year contract worth about $9.5m, reuniting him with Grady Little

This one hurts. It really hurts.

 
At 2:30 PM, Blogger 01245 said...

Yeah, I heard. Actually, I was fairly convinced that he would sign with them as soon as they made the offer.

The one that's going to sting for me in Nomar to the Yanks, if that's what he chooses.

 
At 4:05 PM, Anonymous Joey The Greyhound said...

I've been pretty down on "bagged tea" lately. Never thought it tasted really great although I agree there is no difference in brands...but there is definitely the Lipton Camp and a Red Rose Camp (Twinings is like the RC Cola to Coke and Pepsi). Mrs Joey and I have gone retro with the loose tea steeped in a teapot, and it is definitely a better flavor for sophisticated greyhound palettes!

 
At 5:07 PM, Blogger Holy Sister said...

Oh, oh. Poor Witchy Bloggy Girl doesn't have brisk tea. Well, if you want brisk, take a walk outside, you shiftless trollop. Why don't you campaign to stock Holy Water in the kitchen while you're at it. Do you know who likes tea? Fat people and Satan. Are you fat? Meet me and my can of whoop ass at St. Zephrin's in 10 minutes, punk. I'll show you brisk.

Bless you, dear child.

 
At 6:42 PM, Blogger Jere said...

These nuns with their language...

 
At 8:44 PM, Blogger 01245 said...

Honestly, Dave. Impersonating a nun? What's next? Forget it. I don't want to know.

 

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