Organic Green Tea with Pomegranate & Cranberry

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  • “Iced! I grew up in the south, so I've always had sweet tea. Even as a little child, I'd have glasses upon glasses of sweet tea with dinner. (And then wondered why I couldn't get to sleep.) So my...” Read full tasting note
    laurenpressley 796 tasting notes
  • “I agree with the comments below, at least for drinking it hot. There's a bit of the fruit smell, but I don't actually taste it all that much. For cheap green tea, though, it's nice to have on hand.” Read full tasting note
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    pizzagirl 7 tasting notes
  • “I was very disappointed in this tea. I thought it was a bargain to get 80 tea bags for $4 of what sounded like a unique and refreshing green tea, but I got the mediocre quality I paid for. The...” Read full tasting note
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    thewisestwater 1 tasting notes

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Iced! I grew up in the south, so I’ve always had sweet tea. Even as a little child, I’d have glasses upon glasses of sweet tea with dinner. (And then wondered why I couldn’t get to sleep.) So my quest throughout this pregnancy has been to find something that could be subbed in for my traditional sweet tea with less caffeine. Actually, in the beginning, I was looking for no caffeine.

This is the closest to the winner yet. You might have noticed from my past posts, I’ve not found a winner yet. I’m blaming it on cold rooibos. This one actually works. And though it’s caffeinated, it’s less than black tea at a time when I’m ramping up caffeine a bit, so one cup a day will still work with my cup of hot tea a day as well. Yay! And, it’s flavorful enough that no sugar is needed. (And I don’t typically sweeten my green tea in the first place.)

The taste? Margot’s right… the fruit doesn’t stand out. I suspect it does a bit more in this cold version than a hot cup, but it’s clearly second to the tea. The green tea is okay, but not great. It’s just what you’d expect from a cheap bag of fruit flavored green tea. But it works for something that’s meant to be thirst quenching rather than a cup of tea that’s meant for flavor.

So, yay for something cold to have on hot southern days! I’ve finally found my tea! Now the question is how much longer I’ll be on this level of caffeine restriction… due date is somewhere between three and seven weeks!

redsoprano

The only warning to give on this is not to let it steep too long. It is pleasant, refreshing, and comforting. The fruity taste is subtle, but absolutely there. When I have had it iced, it has a bitter edge.

laurenpressley

That’s true.

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I agree with the comments below, at least for drinking it hot. There’s a bit of the fruit smell, but I don’t actually taste it all that much. For cheap green tea, though, it’s nice to have on hand.

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I was very disappointed in this tea. I thought it was a bargain to get 80 tea bags for $4 of what sounded like a unique and refreshing green tea, but I got the mediocre quality I paid for. The pomegranate and cranberry flavors are too subtle that it tasted to me like plain green tea despite how long I steep it. I was needed more potent fruitiness. I’m not one to waste a cup of green tea, though, so I am satisfied to know that I won’t be without a green tea bag for quite some time.

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