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The Island Coconut flavor of Doc’s Tea, calls itself a “premium micro-
brewed” tea. It is made with organic rooibos tea and sweetened with
monk fruit and evaporated cane juice (10 calores). It has a fairly pleasant
tasting base of rooibos tea, followed by coconut flavor (from both
flavoring and added coconut water), and some sweetness. However the
coconut flavor tastes more like candy flavoring than actual coconut and
the sweetener accentuates the naturally pasty flavor of the rooibos tea.
Recommended with reservations.
|Reviews for November 2014
Fire Cider is made with apple cider vinegar, honey, oranges, lemons,
onions, horseradish, ginger, habanero, garlic and turmeric. It has an
very complex and spicy flavor. It starts out with the fermented flavors,
followed by a brief sweet note, and finally ends up with a lingering dose
of spice. You’ll definitely feel a jolt from consuming even a small amount
of Fire Cider. Recommended but beware its strong flavor.
edited by Jim Attacap
Southern Teaz Sweet Peach Tea is an USDA Organic ready-to-drink iced
teas that incorporate biodynamically farmed tea from India. The flavor is
certainly sweet enough to be called “Southern-style" and much bolder
than black tea flavor. Its ingredients are water, tea, peach puree, and
cane sugar. Okay drink but nothing special.
Recommended but not strongly.
Daily Greens Harmony is a balanced and enjoyable blend of kale, celery,
fennel, lemon, apple, pear and ginger. it starts out with a familiar kale and
apple flavor but then the fennel and the pear give the product a unique
twist. The fennel helps lighten the body of the mix, while the pear helps give
a bit more depth to the sweet side of the drink. Well made.
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