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Java Tea

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  • “Another tea to tide me over during my preemptive "can't find Chocolate milk tea again" mourning period. I'm gonna be straight with you guys. I have NO idea what this is. I mean, I'm pretty...” Read full tasting note
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“Sin Vino Java Tea Straight” is a non sugar, no flavor, non coloring straight type tea, using only the handpicked tea leaves grown in Java, Indonesia. While many kinds tea variety in Japan, Green tea, Oolong tea, Black tea, and many others, “Java Tea” is creating an entirely new concept beyond the other tea categories and remaining long-selling brand. Flavorful, brightly-colored and refreshing rich taste. Engaging all cuisines from all corners of the world. “Java tea” is the tea enriching all gourmet meals.

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Another tea to tide me over during my preemptive “can’t find Chocolate milk tea again” mourning period.

I’m gonna be straight with you guys. I have NO idea what this is. I mean, I’m pretty sure it’s just unsweetened black tea, that’s pretty much what it tastes like. Pretty lightly brewed and with a kind of delicate, even somewhat sour flavor. The label uses the characters for black tea so that backs it up too. BUT, the word ‘RED’ is written in all caps on the bottle, so perhaps it is not black tea? The trouble is that the character for black in “black tea” in Japanese is actually the character for dark red or crimson, which brings us back to the idea that it’s just black tea. BUT, I’m not sure how strict of a categorization it is. Maybe that character denotes any tea like drink that is reddish? Also, they sell Java Tea (same name, different company) at Trader Joes, and I think that’s not just normal tea? I don’t actually know, I’ve never tried it.

Ok it’s probably black tea. Like I said, quite pleasant and delicately flavored. And, best of all, unsweetened! Yay!

BUT, forget about the tea, let’s talk about IPHONE APPS. I was trying to figure out what was up with this tea from the website, and, obviously I didn’t, BUT, I did find out that they have a combination iPhone and iPad app which turns your iPhone into a bottle of java tea and your iPad into a glass. I quote from the page! “When you turn your iPhone towards your iPad, see what happens!” Clearly, anyone possessing both of these needs to go and download this right now: http://www.javatea.net/

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