Unsweetened Oak Brewed Tea

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Black Tea
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  • “The addition of American oak during AriZona’s brewing process adds a distinctive flavor to the final brewed tea, but there was an overwhelming sour taste I found incredibly off-putting. Even more...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Not like I really had any doubt, but this is awful. I picked it up out of sheer curiosity while on vacation. Tasted like every single bottled tea I’ve ever had – like old tea that has begun to...” Read full tasting note
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From Arizona Tea

AriZona’s Oak Brewed Teas are sleek and steeped to perfection. Brewed with American Oak Chips, this innovative twist on tea leaves you with a refreshing, rich tasting finish like never before. Unsweetened Oak Brewed Tea is a zero calorie, all-natural black tea with hints of honey.

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The addition of American oak during AriZona’s brewing process adds a distinctive flavor to the final brewed tea, but there was an overwhelming sour taste I found incredibly off-putting. Even more off-putting is the fact that this unsweetened tea actually contains three different sweeteners: honey, sugar, and maple sugar—a fact that completely escaped my notice until I had finished most of the bottle.

Yes, you read that correctly, this unsweetened tea contains three different types of sugar!

This completely blows my mind…

These sweeteners are only included in small amounts—less than 1g—an amount that according to the label is deemed a dietary insignificant amount of sugar, but the fact that they are included at all in a tea labeled unsweetened really troubles me. For that reason alone I wouldn’t recommend this tea, but quite frankly, the sourness that is present overwhelms the delicate oak flavor, ruining the entire beverage.

You can read the full review on my blog:
http://www.notstarvingyet.com/index/2016/6/7/unsweetened-oak-brewed-tea-arizona

Preparation
Iced
Nicole

’twas nasty stuff

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Not like I really had any doubt, but this is awful. I picked it up out of sheer curiosity while on vacation. Tasted like every single bottled tea I’ve ever had – like old tea that has begun to develop that somewhat moldy flavor from having sat for a month in the refrigerator. And “unsweetened”? It is to laugh. The first ingredient is tea, followed by honey, sugar and maple.

So… yeah. This is just bad. It is truly not worth choosing over bottled water (or anything thing else) when on the road.

Fjellrev

Yikes, rough.

Short Sorceress

ugh, I feel the same way. I picked it up out of curiosity while I was on vacation this week. It’s awful.

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