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2014-02-27 05:38:28

Lipton has just come out with a new ad campaign #BeMoreTea to promote their brand as well as show that tea is healthy, relaxing, and calming. You don't have to be British to be able to appreciate good tea, but we have all seen the Brits having a good relationship with this beverage. And maybe it's not just to prove they are Brits, but rather because tea is really good. Being the second most consumed beverage in the world (water being the first one), Brits consume roughly 165 million cups daily. And Americans aren't too far behind, considering that half the population is drinking tea in the U.S. on any given day. Either hot or cold.

Drinking tea can help boost your endurance, burn fat more rapidly, it can help against different diseases like a number of different cancers, drinking green tea can also reduce the risk of heart attack. According to some sources, green tea can even act as a back-up sunscreen during those hot summer days.

Lipton, together with the help of Muppets has just come out with a new campaign and a new, cool ad for their brand featuring Lipton tea, and all The Muppets, including Kermit the Frog who's showing you How to #BeMoreTea, to empower people to "look up" and take in all life has to offer.

"We live in a busy world. It's easy to slip into a routine with our heads down, moving from one place or obligation to the next. Lipton wants to inspire consumers to 'look up', take in all that life has to offer and enjoy what you may have otherwise missed, " said Alfie Vivian from Lipton's parent company Unilever.

Be sure to check out the video below.



Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Lipton, but concerns our own opinion.




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