Green Tea +C Citrus Ginger

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Acerola Cherry, Citric Acid, Citrus, Ginger Root, Matcha Powder, Orange Peel, Stevia Leaf, Turmeric
Flavors
Citrus, Ginger, Artificial, Orange, Spicy, Sweet
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Caffeine
Low
Certification
Kosher, Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 5 g 9 oz / 257 ml

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  • “I’m coming off being sick and remembered I had this with my freebies from the SF Tea Fest. I taste strong citrus and ginger, feels good on my throat, even though it burns a bit. I don’t know how...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was in my freebie bag from the San Francisco International Tea Festival. My coworker is back to work after being out with strep throat, so I figure it’s a good time to start hitting the...” Read full tasting note
    40
  • “Another freebie from the tea fest bag. This is the same concept as Emergen-C but contains green (closer to brown) tea powder. I prepared it with room temp water and had to stir it a bit to get the...” Read full tasting note
    46

From Sencha Naturals

We believe that nutrition should come from whole food ingredients, versus synthetic vitamins. Whole leaf green tea, acerola cherry, and supporting herbs to help you stay well. Serve hot for a gingery warm and citrusy bright cup of tea.

Directions: Empty contents into a cup, add 8-10 oz water (hot or cold) and stir. With hot water, natural foaming may occur (larger mug recommended).

Ingredients: Organic Matcha Green Tea, Acerola Cherry, Citric Acid, Ginger Root, Sodium Bicarbonate, Citrus Extract, Organic Orange Peel, Turmeric Root, Stevia Leaf Extract. *10mg caffeine from green tea (Avg. Cup Green Tea 30mg & Coffee 100mg).

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3 Tasting Notes

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145 tasting notes

I’m coming off being sick and remembered I had this with my freebies from the SF Tea Fest. I taste strong citrus and ginger, feels good on my throat, even though it burns a bit. I don’t know how nice it would be if my throat weren’t a little sore, but it’s nice enough now.

Flavors: Citrus, Ginger

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 g 8 OZ / 236 ML
LuckyMe

It’s funny, I love ginger & citrus teas when I’m sick but can never be bothered to brew them otherwise even though they’re great on their own.

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This was in my freebie bag from the San Francisco International Tea Festival. My coworker is back to work after being out with strep throat, so I figure it’s a good time to start hitting the Vitamin C… especially since I woke up with a slightly sore throat this morning. This is a powdered tea mix that can be mixed into hot or cold water, so I opted for cold, since I usually drink my green tea iced these days, plus the whole concept of this stuff made me think of those Emergen-C packets, which I usually mix into cold water and down like a shot. I sort of regreted my decision to not use hot water as the mix was very clumpy (there was one very large “mass” of mix in a clumped up chunk and I wish I’d thought to break up the powder with the back of a spoon or something before dumping it into the cup!) so it didn’t dissolve really well… I had to really work at it with the spoon to try to break it up and get it all dissolved.

The smell was a bit like Emergen-C — powdery artificial tangerine? — and matcha. The flavor… tasted pretty much like that too, very much like the orange/tangerine Emergen-C packets, only with a lot more sweetness (these include stevia, which would account for that), and a bit of a slight spiciness that hits the back of the throat… and that actually feels a bit soothing on a slightly sore throat, I’ll admit. For as matcha green as the tea appears, I don’t taste any matcha grassiness at all, though.

I would definitely prefer this to an Emergen-C, since this tastes almost the same as the tangerine ones, but slightly better due to the added sweetness and soothing ginger on the back of the throat. But honestly, since I like hibiscus and rosehip, I’m more likely to just make myself a strong hibi-hip/ginger blended tea to get a quick infusion of Vitamin C anyway, which would be more cost-effective than either Emergen-C or these Green Tea +C packets, and (at least for me!) tastier, too. So final conclusion… these taste better than Emergen-C, but I still prefer to get Vitamin C in other ways than instant dissolve packets, especially considering the price.

Flavors: Artificial, Citrus, Ginger, Orange, Spicy, Sweet

Preparation
Iced 5 g 10 OZ / 300 ML
derk

I like this better than Emergen-C since it doesn’t taste like pure vitamins but not something I’d ever purchase, either. I can’t see how this would be marketed to sell besides as an impulse buy at the grocery checkout.

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1022 tasting notes

Another freebie from the tea fest bag.

This is the same concept as Emergen-C but contains green (closer to brown) tea powder. I prepared it with room temp water and had to stir it a bit to get the clumps to break up, no big deal. It looks unappealing with a brownish-green murky tint – my mind went to algae-infested pondwater. That, combined with the very sour taste from the acerola cherry powder, made me down this as quick as possible. The warming ginger comes through in the aftertaste.

Meh. It tastes ok, but I prefer tea in a traditional way and wouldn’t purchase this because I think products like this are frivolous. If you’re a fan of Emergen-C packets and want some green tea, give it a try.

Preparation
8 OZ / 236 ML
Mastress Alita

Huh. I think I have this one in my Tea Fes bag as well. Doesn’t sound like the sort of thing I’d keep around either, but since I’ve been coming down with a cold, I think I’ll try this…

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