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Infuse Your Summer With Twinings!

2 February 2006

Infuse Your Summer With Twinings!

Relax and revive this summer season with two exciting new Twinings Infusions flavours: Twinings Camomile Lime Flowers and Twinings Pink Grapefruit, Mandarin & Lime.

Twinings Infusions offer a delicious and healthy alternative to water and coffee, blended from a variety of completely pure and natural ingredients, each flavour has unique properties to boost individual health and wellbeing and is equally good hot or iced.

The ultimate soothing blend, Twinings Camomile Lime Flowers blends the scented part of the Camomile flower with fragrant Lime Flowers to achieve the relaxing properties of camomile with a light citrus taste.

The refreshing blend of delicious fruits in Twinings Pink Grapefruit, Mandarin & Lime is the ideal pick-me-up during a long day. This Infusion offers a light, bright and refreshing citrus taste to really perk you up.

Tempt your taste buds with the natural ingredients in the new Twinings

Infusions flavours. Just take a Twinings Infusions teabag, pop it in a cup, pour over boiling water and wait for four to five minutes to allow the flavours and aromas to infuse.

And if you feel like something a little different, try using your Twinings Infusions to add an extra dimension to your favourite recipe, transforming foods and drinks from ordinary to the extraordinary.

Twinings Infusions are naturally caffeine free with no added sugar, so you can indulge without guilt. In fact, medical professionals suggest that the drinks can count towards the recommended 2 litres of fluid each day.

There's never been a better time to experiment with the world of flavours and aromas created in a Twinings Infusions, so get in the Infusion spirit and try new Camomile and Limeflowers or Pink Grapefruit Mandarin and Lime today!
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