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Thursday, April 4, 2013

TEAS' TEA Review and Upcoming Giveaway

TEAS’ TEA is named after the Japanese expression Ocha no Naka No Ocha, which means “The Tea of ALL Teas!” That is a fitting name for it I believe. TEAS' TEA is an all natural ready to drink tea made with thoughtful sourcing and meticulous brewing methods. The proprietary filtration method reduces sediment creating a clean finish. The company has been a pioneer and leader in the unsweetened tea market for over ten years. TEAS' TEA is sold nationwide in leading natural and mainstream markets. It is available in natural and conventional grocery stores.

As most of you know I have 4 children ranging from 19 to 30. It so happened that I was blessed by all of them being home for the holiday week end. The 1st time in 9 months! As we talked and snacked I brought out a bucket of ice and the 3 TEAS' TEA I had cooling in the fridge along with juice and 1 soda. My oldest guy is tea man but not without sugar and my youngest snatched that soda as fast as only a teen could. No problem of course because I wanted to sound important too, just like my fresh from college son and my "I know what's best for me and my family" daughter. You see I had read up on the NEW packaging design also what it did and didn't have already so I could start the conversation instead of being left in the dust by these 2. I began by telling them how ITO EN has launched a redesign of TEAS' TEA Unsweetened bottle to reduce the carbon footprint and that they had created a lighter weight PET bottle and smaller cap, in fact the lightest bottle of all ready to drink beverages weighing only 18.7 grams as compared to the standard plastic bottle weighing 24 grams. Already my son was asking if I looked this up just for the occasion. Smarty mouth kids anywho and I bet HE doesn't know where 'anywho' came from! Lol


Reducing packaging has always been one of the company’s CSR initiatives and a central goal in saving emissions to reduce it’s environmental impact. By choosing recyclable plastic bottles (PET 1) over glass, the company has been able to ship more tea in individual shipping trucks, saving in fuel expenses and reducing it’s carbon footprint. Pretty cool, right?

The new wrap design fully covers the bottle therefore, minimizing light exposure to reduce oxidation and preserve the antioxidants in the teas (which are great for all of us) and it ensures the freshness and potency of the tea. The imagery on the new designed packaging matches the TEAS' TEA fresh and healthy appeal also wide array of people. ITO EN has been recognized for their Recycling Tea Leaf Program. They have been awarded the Grand Prize by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan and the Environment Minister's Prize for developing eco friendly products out of used tea leaves. Recognized for their recycling tea leaf program, ITO EN has been awarded the Grand Prize by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan and the Environment Minister’s Prize for developing eco-friendly products made from used tea leaves. Products from vending machines to public benches have been part of the company’s recycling CSR activities.

Of course our TEAS' TEA's were absolutely refreshing and great tasting as was the food and company! This is a review I will look back upon quite fondly and hopefully ITO EN has started something that all others will follow and my grandchildren will be able to pass this holiday down to their grandchildren with pride!

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

23 comments:

  1. I love tea! That's great they've reduced their packaging. Looks yummy!

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  2. I like the idea of recycling used tea leaves. It's hard to image a vending machine or park bench made from used leaves, I'd love to see one.
    Sounds like you had a lovely holiday visiting with your children and some yummy Tea to go with it.

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  3. Isn't it awesome! The link recycled tea leaves goes directly to the page that show a bench and vending machine!
    Thanks for your comment. :)

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  4. I haven't tried Tea's Tea. Cool concept and it sounds worth a try. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. I love that the redesigned bottle weighs less and is more environmentally friendly! It definitely makes me want to try the drink much more, and I already love tea as it is! I also like the origin of the name as it's translated from Japanese.

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  6. I would really like to try this brand of teas; looks very refreshing.

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  7. I have seen these but haven't tried them. Now I really want to.

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  8. Havent tried them yet... what's the sweetener used?

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  9. I haven't tried them yet, but I really like the fact that they are ECO Friendly!

    Thanks for the review!

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  10. I have not tried them yet. I like the eco friendly packaging.

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  11. I so want to try this tea! But I cant find anywhere close that sales it! I also found your giveaway on Mama to 4 Blessings Blog Hop, Hope you can come visit me and enter some of my giveaway’s & I followed all your social sites :D

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  12. It sounds like this would be good but I would like to try to see.

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  13. Oh wow! This sounds wonderful.

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  14. I am going to look for this in my store. Was just checking out their website - Blueberry tea sounds great. Love that they are eco-friendly! Love to support companies that care about the future

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  15. This sounds so deliciously refreshing!!

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  16. sound like a good tea. hope try soon

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  17. I have not tried this this yet,But would love too.

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  18. have not tried this tea yet but would love to

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  19. Have not tried these teas but would love to. Iced Tea is my go-to summer drink when I want a change from water.

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  20. I love tea!I've not try this tea before,but I would love to.I love that it's all natural too.

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  21. I have not tried this tea and thankful for a chance to win to be able to check it out.

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  22. teas tea also makes ito en, and i am hooked on their jasmine unsweet tea!~ its sooo yummy, simply delish! i buy it by the case at amazon, its around 30 bucks for 12 i think, havent bought it in a while

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