The Tea of all Teas
Teas’ Tea Plus are 50 calories per serving (2 servings per bottle). They are naturally sweetened with cane sugar and a touch of stevia. Authentically brewed from premium loose tea leaves.
I received the Half & Half Green Tea With Peach – The taste of a deliciously juicy peach pairs beautifully with fresh brewed green tea, making this a healthy favorite.
And I received the Half & Half Green Tea With Green Apple – The tartness of granny smith apples and the herbaceous notes of green tea makes this a refreshingly brisk tea.
Green tea is a great source of naturally occurring antioxidants.
One of my favorite things about green tea is just how light and smooth it tastes. Teas’ Teas fit that expectation perfectly. The additionally flavorings were just enough to add a little more dimension to the drinks without overpowering the green tea. The flavor remains light and refreshing with a mild sweetness. Just perfect for a nice warm Spring or Summer day. I would like to add that I love the squared off shape of the bottle – it is not too wide and just wide enough to get a comfortable grip.
There are six flavors of the Plus Teas – Peach, Green Apple, Lemonade, Coconut, Grape and Acerola Cherry. Other products include: Classic Teas, Low Calorie Teas and Unsweetened Teas. The Teas are sold at Whole Food Markets, Amazon, Wegmans and TeasTea.com
Interesting fact: After water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. On any given day, over 160 million Americans are drinking tea. (Source: The Tea Association of the USA)
To add some pizzazz – add a splash of one of the Half & Half green teas (lemonade or green apple) to some nice chilled champagne. Or you could pour some of the green teas into some ice cube trays to add some light flavoring to other beverages. And my personal favorite – add some of your favorite flavor to some Seltzer or Tonic and add some lemon slices.
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