Friday, December 06, 2013

Sencha Natural Mints and New Products


Many of you have probably tired these green tea mints from the Sencha Naturals company.  What do you think of them?  I enjoy them.  The company recently sent me a sampling to review.  My favorite flavor is the yuzu ginger.  I had never before noticed that the mints use Stevia leaf as one of the sweeteners.  I would encourage the company to continue working its formulation in this direction.  Love this company's packaging and visual look.  The cardboard tube was hard to work until the DH figured out that the bottom pushes up and then it turns much better (note to company - you may want to make this note on the product).

A newly released product is this Green Tea + C immune support powder.  The ingredients include matcha, vitamin C derived from acerola cherries, coconut water powder, ginger, tumeric and orange peel, sodium bicarbonate (for fizziness) and Stevia.  I can't make claims about the efficacy of this as a health tool, but I can tell you that I'll be trying it out as I fly around this December.  The flavor is pleasantly sweet with a mild matcha note and that back-of-throat bite from the baking soda.  I like matcha, so this works for me but I can imagine it might not work for those who don't care for the spinach-like notes.  Have you seen or tried this?  What's your opinion? 

3 comments:

Teafan said...

New powder product is interesting. I drink Emergen-C so will have to try this.

Angela McRae said...

I received a similar batch of goodies (tomorrow's blog post), and I did actually like the Green Tea + C, but like you, I like matcha so I was sort of predisposed to like it! (And I love-love-love their mints!)

Marilyn said...

I have tried the green tea ones and not to fond of them. Maybe I need to try the ginger.