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I have a really bad diet. I do try with a graze box arriving once a week and the odd glass of juice but in the main I'm not great although I'm not overweight!
I, like many people hear about how good green tea is and that it's a great antioxidant (cleaner for the body) but I don't like it so I don't drink it! However I spotted these 'Good' Green teas on offer at 49p a bottle in my local Asda store and was thirsty at the time and with it being ready made up and cold I bought the original green tea (this flavour) and the green tea and honey one that were on offer!
The see-through plastic with a screw on/off plastic frosted lid holds500ml of the drink. Around the middle of it there is a bright and dark green label and on the front of that label there is a picture of a bunch of leaves and I am told that it is Good Green Tea, 'Original Green Tea' which is rich in antioxidants. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes being told rather a lot about the product, ingredients and nutritional advice is given as well as the size being stated and contact details for the manufacturer (Good Green Tea) are given. It's a nice enough bottle but nothing fancy and sort of looks good for you if that makes sense lol
A Bit About The Drink According To The Information Given OnThe Back Of The Bottle:
Good Green Tea contains natural antioxidants - which are thought to protect the body from the damaging effects of free radicals, helping you stay healthy.
The Drink Itself:
Well the drink is flat meaning it has no bubbles in it at all so is a still drink and a light transparent light green in colour.
The drink itself has no real smell to it at all and taste wise...well sort of the same really. It has a naturally sweet sort of taste but to me tastes like sugared water more than anything else and certainly not like any green tea I have ever tasted. (thankfully!).
Best served chilled it is a watery and refreshing drink with no hidden surprises within it. If you think you don't like green tea but would like the benefits that are promised with it then this could be froryou however if you don't like drinks that don't contain a lot of flavour I would give this a wide berth.
For me this isn't a bad drink just not all that highly flavoured but it does have a nice sweetness to it and I will buy this again even if it is just to quench my thirst and feel good about myself for a little while!
Nutritional Information per 100ml:
Energy 29 Kcal
of which sugars: 7g
Of which saturates; 0g
Vitamin C: 9mg (15 RDA)
Available in all good supermarkets etc and if not on offer will normally cost about 70p a bottle.