July 31, 2012

Naturally Decaffeinated Organic Liquid Green Tea: Make Hot or Cold

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I had never heard of liquid tea before receiving our samples from Sereni Green Tea, Organic. What I like about this tea is how easy it is to make a glass of iced tea on a hot day without having to first brew it with hot water.

SereniTea is organically grown free from pesticides in the pristine Wuyi Rock Mountains of China, the Natural Reserve area where the flavor of tea is dramatically affected by climate, soil conditions and the care used in its processing.The Wuyi Mountains is in Fujian province of China. Mt. Wu-Yi is one of the most popular mountains in the Wuyi mountain region which in total covers an area of approximately 70 square kilometers. This pristine area has the perfect climate for tea cultivation and is known to produce some of the most pristine organic tea due to height of the farms in the region.

In addition to the unsweetened green tea, we were sent a sample of Organic Green Tea - Sweetened Lemon Decaf. Unfortunately, it uses sucralose as a sweetener in order to maintain zero calories. Sucralose is an artificial, chemical sweetener.

It really angers me when companies place artificial ingredients in their organic products. Most consumers see the USDA organic label and assume the products are all natural.

Another concern is the use of spring water from China. I am sure it is filtered, but I don't like to drink water from around the globe. Of course, how else would you make a liquid tea but with water.

disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at July 31, 2012 10:17 AM

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