1 Tasting Note

99

I like it. Love it. Adore it. Because, well… this tea is life, man. I mean… can you really imagine something better on a steamy-hot afternoon? No. Nononono, I don’t think so. Compare it to other iced ‘teas’, such as Nestle, Brisk… Not that I don’t like ‘em, but you can’t call a cat ‘cat’ if it isn’t a cat. Dig? This is, with its refreshing taste of honey, the best iced tea as far as I know. Plus the ginseng gives it a unique twist. And I hear ginseng is good for the body. No offense to Lipton though, they’re good.
But still, you can’t really call it tea if it isn’t tea.
Is it real tea?
Whatever.

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Iced 0 min, 15 sec
Jessica Paquin

Brisk and Nestea are two tea brands among others. Maybe they taste differently than the biggest tea brands, but it’s still tea. I know that Nestea is not tea in itself, but it’s near from and it tastes like. About Brisk, their iced tea is completly real. It’s a sub-brand of Lipton, one of the most known brands of tea all around the globe. By cons, I agree with you about the AriZona one. It’s delicious!

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