Product Review: Teas’ Tea

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Teas’ Tea is Iced Tea that is good for you and good for the environment! Their teas naturally have no calories and are unsweetened. (The half&half teas are slightly sweetened and have 50 calories per serving) Once the tea leaves are used in tea production, the leaves are recycled and are used to make useful items such as uniforms for workers and drivers, park benches, vending machines and more! I had no idea that leaves could be recycled to turn in to such useful products, how cool is that?

They also have eco-friendly packaging and use the lightest Ready-To-Drink plastic bottle in the US.  By creating a lighter bottle and a smaller cap, they will weigh only 18.7 grams compared to the other standard plastic bottles that are 24 grams.  These bottles are also recycled and up cycled to make fabric for uniforms.

And of course – the tea is good for YOU, the drinker – green tea has natural occurring antioxidants that have shown a correlation between cancer prevention, weight loss, improved eye site, dental health, cardiovascular health and more!

And best of all – they taste good too! I had the chance to try 3 of the Teas’ Tea Flavors. These were randomly selected for me.  The flavors I tried were – Lemongrass Green Tea and Mint Green Tea from the Unsweetened category and Half & Half Green Tea with Green Apple from the plus category.  I have to say that I think my favorite was the Lemongrass Green Tea, closely followed by the Half & Half with Green Apple.

 

1. Tea leaf recycling program http://www.itoen.com/corporate-social-responsibility-environment-recycled-tea-leaves

2. Eco-friendly packaging http://www.itoen.com/Environment-Eco-Friendly

3. Health benefits of green tea.http://www.itoen.com/corporate-social-responsibility-research

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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