Green tea has gotten a lot of press lately because of it's wonderful health benefits. Green tea has been researched and proven to have the ability to fight cancer and heart disease, as well as other diseases, as well as improve fertility. Green tea has antioxidants and Vitamin C, and is better for you than other teas. But what is a tea company to do when they want to get green tea conveniently available to more people but keep the packaging environmentally friendly? Well, Teas' Tea has done just that by creating a lighter weight PET bottle and a smaller cap, and reducing packaging. Teas' Tea has also been able to ship more tea in individual shipping trucks, saving in fuel expenses and reducing it's carbon footprint. ITO EN, the parent company of Teas' Tea, has also been recognized for developing eco-friendly products made from used tea leaves.
All of that is very impressive for a company, but how does it TASTE? Teas' Tea is refreshing as a glass of cool water. It contains no fat or calories, just smooth, refreshing green tea and depending on which flavor you prefer, other natural flavorings like dried rose petals or mint leaves that are brewed right along with the green tea for excellent flavor. I liked all of the three flavors (shown above) of the Teas' Tea. My personal favorite was the plain green tea, but all of the flavors were cool and refreshing. I added a bit of local raw honey for a tad of sweetness, and it made these teas all the more delicious!
Teas' Tea is now available in these and many more flavors, nationwide in natural and specialty stores, as well as conventional grocery stores, for $1.99 a bottle. Learn more about Teas' Tea on the website, Facebook, or Twitter.
Teas' Tea is also giving one Life With Captain Fussybuckets reader their own set of three green teas like the ones you see pictured above. Just enter in the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
Giveaway has ended and Nori S. is the lucky winner!
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