Friday, February 27, 2009

STEAZ Organic Iced Teaz Review

There's nothing quite like a refreshing iced tea to satisfy one's thirst. My oldest son is a big fan of flavored iced teas, so when Mom Fuse asked me if I was interested in reviewing Steaz Organic Iced Teaz, I knew my boy would be up for the challenge.

Steaz Organic Iced Teaz are USDA Certified Organic and Fair Trade Certified, and are available in 16 oz. fully recyclable aluminum cans. The teas are lightly sweetened with 10g of pure cane sugar and are brewed without preservatives or additives. Flavors include four Green Tea varieties (Peach, Blueberry/ Pomegranate/Acai, Mint, and Unsweetened with Lemon), Black Tea with Lemon and White Tea with Lime and Pomegranate.

We were sent the mint and the peach flavors of Steaz Organic Iced Teaz to sample. Jake especially enjoyed the peach tea, and described it as having a nice sweet taste without having the peach flavor overpower the tea. He also said he could taste a hint of lemon. This is a tea he would drink again. The mint tea was harder for him to describe. He said he could hardly taste the mint, and so I tried the tea as well. I must agree that while this is a great tasting tea, if you want a stronger mint taste, you won't find it in this tea. Even so, it is a pleasant flavor. Since Steaz Organic Iced Teaz met with our resident iced tea-drinker's approval, we will certainly be stocking them in our refrigerator.

Steaz beverages are sold nationally in the U.S. in natural, specialty, gourmet and club stores, as well as food service companies. Steaz beverages are sold in retail outlets such as Whole Foods, Safeway, Publix, Wegmans, and Shaw's supermarkets. Steaz is also sold internationally in Canada, Australia, Mexico, India, Singapore, South Africa, the Netherlands, and the Middle East.
Click here to download a coupon for Steaz Organic Iced Teaz.

Thank you, Mom Fuse, for this review opportunity.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I enjoyed the White Tea with Lime and Pomegranate. Can't wait to try their other flavors. Coming from the land of Lattes and coffee, it's difficult to find good flavored Tea.

-Redmond, WA