Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey

Tea type
Green Tea
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Flavors
Honey
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Iced 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “When this first came out, I loved it. A much better option than pop, or other bottled iced teas such as Nestea or Brisk, and I really enjoyed the sweetness coming from the honey, which was...” Read full tasting note
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    fjellrev 757 tasting notes
  • “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...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is pretty good bottle tea verses others in your average 7-11. Nothing will beat fresh brewed tea. It's like comparing boxed cookies to mom's fresh under baked, soft, warm cookies. I used to...” Read full tasting note
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    MelissaW 252 tasting notes
  • “You can get a tall boy for $1, it's cold and available. It's a good option when your in the middle of nowhere and there isn't much to choose from or if your buying drinks for a crew of hardworking...” Read full tasting note
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    Simple 45 tasting notes

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757 tasting notes

When this first came out, I loved it. A much better option than pop, or other bottled iced teas such as Nestea or Brisk, and I really enjoyed the sweetness coming from the honey, which was noticeable.

I picked one up for about 88 cents the other week, and seeing that it’s been around 34°C, I thought busting this out would be appropriate.

Definitely sweeter for me nowadays, but it still does a great job at cooling down from the sun rays of death. I think I like the one with apple a bit more, but ultimately, if you like adding stuff like honey or sugar to your teas, this may not be too sweet for you anyway. And come on, it’s cheap like whoa.

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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.

Preparation
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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252 tasting notes

This is pretty good bottle tea verses others in your average 7-11. Nothing will beat fresh brewed tea. It’s like comparing boxed cookies to mom’s fresh under baked, soft, warm cookies. I used to drink this more. It’s a-okay for a convenience item, though I can’t honestly remember the last time I drank it!

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You can get a tall boy for $1, it’s cold and available. It’s a good option when your in the middle of nowhere and there isn’t much to choose from or if your buying drinks for a crew of hardworking brothers.

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They actually make teabags of this now, and that’s what I drank today. Want to ice it to see if it tastes similar to the canned stuff, or healthier without the HFCS.

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Backlogging from yesterday. This is too sweet for my tastes, but after a long, grueling hike it sure quenched my thirst – hey it’s better than pop.

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My dorm neighbor in college used to heat this up in the microwave—“America, this is why the world hates you!”

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13 tasting notes

Let us presume for a moment that not all bottled teas are evil. And let us further presume that sweetening green tea is also not evil. If we categorize this as tea-in-a-can and line it up against other bottled teas of a similar price point, there is simply no contest. If it’s hot outside, and you’re walking around the Pacific Place Neighborhood in Seattle, this is a fantastic beverage. Especially since you can drop a single on the counter and walk away with a great cooling beverage.

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It’s basically on tap at my parent’s place!

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