Brew House Citrus Green Ice Tea Review

Brew House

Product Name: Citrus Green Ice Tea

Product Description: Revitalize and rejuvenate yourself with the goodness of anti-oxidants brewed with real green tea leaves and lemon extract. The Lemon flavor comes jacketed with a variety of health benefits, predominantly due to the presence of Vit-C. The Classic Lemon Green Ice Tea is claimed to be filled with the best of both worlds with the goodness of real brewed green tea and the benefits of lemon. Each sip makes you feel restored and re-energized, taking your entire day’s fatigue away and charge you up to get through the day. All this, and as the company claims, it’s all-natural! Check out one for yourself.

Brand: Brew House

Price: 60

Currency: INR

Availability: OnlineOnly

3.3
3.3 of 5 stars 1 review
  • Flavour
  • Health Benefits
  • Packaging
  • Value for Money

Pros

  • Real-brewed & not-too-sweet
  • No preservatives
  • Low calorie
  • Made from real tea leaves
  • Vegan
  • Great Packaging

Cons

  • Added Sugar
  • Not well-flavored

Brewhouse iced tea is claimed to be made from the real brewed tea leaves, which of course means that it is not made from a powder or concentrates formulated in a lab, but by brewing real tea leaves in hot water. The company ascertains that it uses whole-leaf tea from the Nilgiris in South India, which is known to provide some of the finest teas in the world.  It needs lesser sugar than most other bottled teas do since high quality brewed tea tastes great naturally. This tea can be enjoyed according to your personal taste.

Contains (100ml)

Energy: 26Cal

Protein: 0g

Carbohydrates (Sugar): 6.5g

Fat: 0g

Personal Reviews:

Although the tea company claims to be made from the real tea leaves, you cannot fail to taste something artificial about it. I doubt if there are any health benefits or a decent amount of anti-oxidants in the product except for the empty calories and the sugar content it provides. It is good as a refreshment once in a while, but I would not recommend it to be substituted with the real tea as it won’t provide the additional benefits that the real tea does. It can be a healthy alternative to the other products in the market but relying on it wouldn’t do justice.

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