Razzleberry Tea From Peace Tea
I found this Peace Tea in an Asian supermarket while doing grocery shopping. The design of the graphic art on the bottle is very colorful, creative and eye catching. Also, the brand name is very catchy too and that’s how they got my attention. I hope it will give me peace of mind after drinking it. Currently, there are four flavors available and I happened to pick the Razzleberry flavor. I do not know what to expect from this flavor because I have no knowledge about what the Razzleberry tastes like.
Upon opening the bottle, there’s a strong smell of Razzleberry coming out. I assume the Razzleberry is a mix of raspberries and blackberries. For the first sip, it actually tasted a little bit sour because of the citric acid ingredient and it wasn’t overbearingly sweet from the sugar ingredient. Also, it’s not a much big difference compares to Arizona iced tea. However, it seems the more you drink, the dryer your tongue will feel and I can’t taste the sucralose flavor from the beverage. The aftertaste is very strong and awful. It makes me want to drink more water to clear it out the taste. The aroma of razzleberry dominates the weak taste of tea.
To those who are concerned about health benefits, the drink is 100% natural tea, no artificial flavors, no preservatives and no artificial colors. In addition, it is not a significant source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Calcium. The amount of calories per serving is 50. This is actually a healthy beverage compares to others.
I did not enjoy drinking this Razzleberry Tea from Peace Tea because it’s not my type of flavor and I will choose another flavor to try next time. Wonder if they are going to donate money to charities that do “Peace work” since their name is Peace Tea *_* By the way, Peace Tea is every where.
Size: 23 FL OZ / 680mL
Where to Buy: Gas Stations and Convenience Stores