Teas’ Tea – I Drank Them All

Teas teaI don’t know about you, but I get so tired of not finding the natural products I wish existed; like bottled tea. Occasionally we’ll be out and about, and I’ll get a hanker for something to drink. You know, pull over the car and get me some beverage. But it usually ends with me gazing at the drink cooler in some quick stop, unable to decide on anything. I love tea, especially green, so I often start in the iced tea section. The array is countless and the options colorful. Too colorful. High fructose corn syrup? Natural and artificial flavors? Purple tea? Ick. But if I could walk into a store and pick up a Teas’ Tea, I’d be happy.

I recently received three bottles of Teas’ Tea in the mail, so I popped them in the fridge right away. I’d received a trio of unsweetened teas, which was perfect for me. I don’t want a bunch of fluffy stuff in my tea, so when I cracked open the first bottle of Pure Green Tea, it didn’t last long. Maybe an hour later I figured I’d better give another one a try. You know, while I still remembered the first one so well. Jasmine Green Tea went down just as smoothly as the first and lasted perhaps a little less time than the first bottle. Not to be slothful on the review process, I grabbed the final bottle about an hour later: Rose Green Tea. Yeah, I was skeptical. But lo and behold, bottle number three disappeared before I knew what happened. I spent the rest of the afternoon blissed out on green tea and wishing I had more of the stuff. All three varieties tasted clean and pure.

Will I purchase Teas’ Tea for myself? I’m quite certain I will. I really enjoyed their product, and it sure beats the heck out of the stuff the gas station claims is iced tea. And since Teas’ Teas is committed to keeping their packaging as eco-friendly as possible, I can feel doubly good about drinking it. I may even have to purchase the bottles in threes. You know, just in case.I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.