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Reviews For Organic Guayusa Teabags, Ginger Citrus
Based on 7 Reviews
I Love using this tea instead of Coffee for my 12 hour shift sometimes. I don't get a crash from it and gives me a lovely stream of calm energy to do my job effectively. Plus, it tastes great, with or without honey.
Mild and delicious
Energizing without a coffee buzz
Using to make a drink with Calm and mineral water off the Thrive blog. It is great and has become my husbands new "energy" drink.
I bought this tea because of the marketing about the energy benefits and also because of the citrus and ginger flavors. It was absolutely tasteless, even when I used two tea bags. It must me really old and I felt no benefits of energy.
High in Antioxidants
This tea is high in antioxidants and has great flavor. I really enjoy it. I like it with my lunch for an extra boost to get me through the day. It's affordable and ships fast too!
- Penny W.
Tastes so Good!
I love the citrus flavor of this tea with a hint of ginger. It is great for my stomach when I am not feeling well and it offers me a nice boost in energy when i need it midday. I really enjoy it.
- Bev Leet
One of my favorites!
I'm one of those people who cannot stand the taste of coffee, but love tea and need something with a good amount of caffeine in it to get me going in the mornings. This teas has been my go-to tea for 3 years because it tastes great and does what I need. Do not hesitate to try it if you love citrus & ginger!
- Laura D.
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