Thursday, January 10, 2013

Choice Organic Teas Review

A little while ago I was given the opportunity, through my affiliation with Girls Gone Sporty, to try Choice Organic Teas.

I immediately jumped at the chance to try some! Although I like coffee, I also enjoy a cup of tea from time to time.  After I was contacted by the company, I browsed their website and I saw that they had chai.  I have had chai lattes before, so I really wanted to try some of that.

 It's a tea rainbow

Choice Organic sent me six different kinds of tea to try: masala chai, rooibos chai (caffeine-free), premium Korean green tea, decaffeinated green tea, genmaicha (green tea) and wild forest black tea.

I'm not really a big fan of green tea, but Mike likes it, so I haven't tried any of those yet.

I tried the two chai teas first, and I really liked them.  They were both spicy but had their own unique flavor.  I like to put honey and milk in my tea and this was a perfect combination with the chai.  I also like that the rooibos is naturally caffeine-free rather than decaf.

I also tried the wild forest black tea and enjoyed that as well. It tasted like your typical cup of tea.  Mike also tried this one and he enjoyed it as well.

I'm looking forward to trying the rest of the teas, and drinking them throughout the winter! It's nice to warm up with a hot cup of tea after a training run out in the cold! And with marathon training starting next week, we'll have a lot of those.

 The tea will taste great in our new cups from my mom

What is your favorite kind of tea?

I was provide Choice Organic Teas free of charge for the purposes of review. I was not compensated in any way and the opinions expressed in this post are, as always, my own.

6 comments:

  1. I'm a green tea girl all the way! We have T2 here in Australia and I love Sencha Peach and Sencha Quince but I do love a soy chai every now and again.
    I tried rooibos for the first time a month or so ago and I couldn't bring myself to like it... I found it very smokey!?
    Good luck with the start to your marathon training!

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  2. Tea is a perfect winter beverage! I drank a ton of cinnamon tea tea last week when I was sick; it always seems to help when you're under the weather.

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  3. I. Love me some chai! And I'm running low so may need to check these out.

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  4. I love green tea. Now this reminds me I haven't had any in a while. I wish they made kcups. I'd be all over that!

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    1. Maybe they will someday! That's another reason I haven't tried all of the tea, we have SO many kcups from my brother.

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  5. I had tried their green tea but I think tulsi tea taste much better but what I love about this tea is it's aroma that is soothing to my nose and the taste is some kind of a really unexpecting green tea taste.

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