Green Tea Energy

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Yogi Tea

Blending herbs that can help restore internal balance and promote greater energy and well-being, our special formula contains delicately flavored organic green tea, an effective antioxidant that is known to protect the cells in your body. We then add ginseng root and ginseng-eleuthero extract, herbs with a long history of promoting energy and supporting the body during stress. Lemongrass and spearmint impart crisp, refreshing flavor. To feel more energetic, make a cup of Yogi Green Tea Energy™ part of your daily health regimen.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Asian ginseng root, ginseng-eleuthero extract, green tea leaf, lemongrass, spearmint leaf, kombucha.

Steep 3 minutes in boiling water.

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This was one of the first green teas I had ever tried.

Did not like this green tea at all. The taste was bitter and stale to me. I steeped it as directed on the box. Tried adding honey but the taste of this tea was still bitter and tough to finish. The taste also reminded me of a pesticide I used while working in the pest control industry. Not good!

I won’t be buying this tea again as I didn’t even finish it the box I purchased. Never felt any energy either.

SunnyinNY

Bummer. I like some Yogi tea I tried. I was looking forward to trying more of their teas. Sorry you didn’t like this one.

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I started drinking this tea a few years ago just because it was one of the only green teas available at that time. This may insult some, but it tastes like hay! …Actually, hay and oatstraw. Some of you city folk may be disgusted by that, but I grew up in Idaho and that means that it’s pretty durn tasty. It reminds me of winter, actually — probably because of harvest season and usage of straw in barns. Considering that it has already snowed here in the Palouse, I probably just want to drink this because of association.

gmathis

I love “hay” and “barn” teas.(Farm kid here, too.)

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I love eleuthero! I’m amazed that the same plant that makes Celestial Seasonings’ “Tension Tamer” so good is part of an “energy” green tea blend. The combination of ginger and eleuthero imparts a nice, subtle sweetness to this tea.

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Working out of the Iridesco guys’ office today. The ginseng is a nice touch, though I can’t really taste the kombucha (am I supposed to?).

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This is the perfect first cuppa tea every morning whilst at work. Perks me up nicely and helps me get through slow mornings (when they happen – though rare), and tastes delicious. I drink it straight, no sugar or sweetener. The only issue is when I mis-prepare it (allow it to steep too long or use water that’s too hot) it gets bitter. But that’s a user error, not a reflection on the tea itself.

I would recommend this tea to friends.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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