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AriZona Beverage Company – The Year of Tea

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Episode 188: AriZona Unsweetened Oak Brewed Tea

Here in the U.S., AriZona iced teas are everywhere. Those 99¢ tall boys have saved my bacon on many a hot day. However, AriZona teas aren’t exactly known for their flavor. So when I saw this Unsweetened Oak Brewed iced tea bottle at my neighborhood CVS, my interest was piqued.

Although it is unsweetened, there are three sweeteners in here which are used to help support the oak brewed tea. The result is a coppery and bitter brew with a sour finish. It might be good to pair with a food with vanilla or honey to bring out the oak flavor, but on its own it’s not pleasant at all.

Purchase AriZona Unsweetened Oak Brewed Tea (12 Pack)

Episode 209: AriZona Blueberry White Tea

Flavored white tea is a bit of a crap shoot. By itself, white tea has a nice, delicate flavor. Depending on the fruit that’s added, you could just end up with fruit juice instead of a fruity-flavored tea.

AriZona’s blueberry white tea is somewhere between these two extremes. Not quite tea, but not super fruity either. The eerie indigo bottle is an interesting touch though.

Purchase AriZona’s Blueberry White Tea (6 Pack)

Episode 213: AriZona Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey

What can you get these days for 99 cents? Two stamps? Something from Dollar General? One thing you can definitely pick up is a tall can of AriZona green tea with ginseng and honey. (Although that may be changing soon.)

Truthfully, it’s not that bad for the price. The taste is very mellow and sweet — like honey water. Ginseng adds an earthy and ginger-y finish which complements the taste of honey and the green tea base. It’s not top shelf tea, but for 99 cents, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better tea offering at your local convenience store.

Purchase AriZona’s Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey (24 Pack)