My first slug of this tea threw me off because it has fruit (or Aloe Vera) bits in it and it stunned me a little bit. And it seems awfully sweet for a “health” drink, although seeing cane sugar as the second ingredient on the list maybe explains that.
Overall I would say this tea is probably pretty good. I am a believer in Aloe Vera, but I found the taste a little too sweet at first. After putting the bottle down for a day, putting in the refrigerator, and trying it again, it tasted better. But I still didn’t really like the taste all that much. It was just a bit too thick and too sweet for tea for me
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Chantea brings the best of Green Tea and Aloe Vera together. A first for the tea marketplace, this drink combines green tea and aloe vera - two powerful and healthy ingredients in a high quality beverage for the health conscious consumer. Chantea takes the Tea phenonmenon one step further allowing you to enjoy natural Green Tea flavors with additional health benifits through the inclusion of Aloe Vera.