Thursday, May 24, 2012

Teas' Tea Review and Giveaway

    I've been trying to jump on the Healthy wagon lately, you veggies and watnot, so I was pretty thrilled when I had the opportunity to do another Ito En Tea's Tea review. After doing their first review I was so enthralled with the health benefits of green tea that I've been trying to get my hands on it as much as possible.
      This time I was given Low Calorie Lightly Sweetened Blueberry Green Tea and Unsweetened Jasmine Green Tea. I was a HUGE fan of the Blueberry tea, perfectly sweetened with a delicate flavor of tasty berries and refreshing pure tea. I was however not quite so much impressed with my jasmine tea, it really smelled very lovely but left a tart and almost spicy after taste on my tongue. To each their own, but I would probably not get it again.
   I was really impressed with the packaging of the samples I received and was surprised that the jasmine tea bottle is seemingly vacuum sealed. I kept waving it in my husband's face going "Hey look, no air bubbles!".
  I highly recommend going over to check out Ito En's site to learn more about their product and company. From their site you can educate yourself about the different kinds and varieties of tea, and even watch an instructional video on how to properly prepare tea.
      Teas' Tea has been featured in Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, is preferred by Weezer and it made TOP 125 Best Packaged Food For Women in Womens Health Magazine and many other media resources.
     I also have to say im pretty jealous of anyone around New York city who has the opportunity to visit Ito En's own branded restaurant, Donguri.

Teas' Tea wants you to try them also and has allowed me to give 2 of my readers free samples also.
All you have to do is complete the mandatory entries. The rest are optional, do one or do them all that is up to you.

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