Nature's Promise (4 reviews)

Nature's Promise Organic Oolong Tea With Lemon Chamomile

Nature's Promise Organic Oolong Tea With Lemon Chamomile

Can Nature promise me that all of this dumb snow will be gone by the next time I look out the window. I know I live in Buffalo and I should be used to it. I am, but that doesn’t mean I have to like it. I could move out of Buffalo, but that’s where I keep all my stuff. What would I do with all my stuff? STUFF!!!???

Now that I’ve worked myself up into a tizzy I should probably drink this tea, as it has chamomile in it and it will help calm down my winter rage. First and foremost this tea has a strong oolong taste to it. Like yerba mate, oolong has a very distinct taste. It also looks dumb written out, as no words should start with two Os. So there you have it. This is a very strong, natural tasting tea. It has some lemon in it, but not in the cleaning spray way. It just helps the tea flavor shine instead of trying to run the show. That is the way lemon should behave. Know your place lemons! If children should be seen and not heard then lemons should be noticed, but not overbearing. Actually nothing in the world should be overbearing…well except bears. They can do whatever they want.

Website
http://www.stopandshop.com/our_stores/offerings/brands/index.htm?brnd=NATURE_PROMISE
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Cane Sugar
Categories
Iced Tea
Rating
3/5
Reviewed By
Jason Draper on December 31st, 2012
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Nature's Promise Organic Black Tea with Lemon

Nature's Promise Organic Black Tea with Lemon

Rough day, man. You can feel it immediately and that's when it's the worst. It's not that bad when you kind of have a bad day and around the middle of it you say, "Man, today blows." but the kind where as soon as your feet touch the ground when you roll out of bed. Sleeping, wake up, foot, big toe touches the floor, immediate depression. It'll be over soon, but it's not getting any better, man. Ugh. It's terribly exhausting but it's all my fault. I messed up some stuff and am overwhelmed at work. It's all my fault and I'm losing time I don't have, so I'm just feeling pressure. That's why I needed a nice, lightly sweetened iced tea.

I don't have patience for something that has chunks or even has the slightest bit of potential to suck. Clean stuff. This drink was just what the doctor ordered. A little lemon, a little sweet, a little black tea. Wonderful. It's a real pick-me-up. 16 ounces of happiness during an otherwise dark and gloomy day. Jay gave this to me because he hates lemon for some reason. I don't know what's wrong with that kid. He might actually like this, which is a clever way of saying if you almost don't like lemon, you might like this. I like it. It's nice. I thank it. Thank you, Nature's Promise for picking me up during and otherwise bad day.

Website
http://www.stopandshop.com/our_stores/offerings/brands/index.htm?brnd=NATURE_PROMISE
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Cane Sugar
Categories
Iced Tea
Rating
4/5
Reviewed By
Mike Literman on October 9th, 2012
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Nature's Promise Organic Red Tea With Mango Mandarin

Nature's Promise Organic Red Tea With Mango Mandarin

One good thing about Mother Nature is that she always keeps her word. When she makes a promise you know she’ll follow through. Don’t listen to what those meteorologists say; they don’t have a direct line to Mrs. Nature and are full of lies. I would say that next time you want to go to the beach or on a picnic to give her a call yourself, but her number is unlisted and I don’t really feel comfortable giving it out to people. I don’t want to annoy her at all.

I was talking to Mother Nature just the other day and she made a promise to me that this tea would be totally organic and totally awesome. Of course that wasn’t a lie and this tea is amazing. It’s semi-sweet, which is how I’ve grown to love my tea. You don’t feel like you’re drinking liquid sugar, but you also aren’t just drinking a whole bunch of bitter either. It’s made with red tea; a nice change up from the normal black and green varieties. Also, while there is no juice in this bottle the mango and mandarin flavors are there just enough to make this a flavorful tea without taking away from the taste of the tea itself. I could drink this stuff by the gallon, and I would if Mother Nature hadn’t told me that it would be a bad idea. As we’ve learned she doesn’t lie and is never wrong, so I’ll stick to my 16oz bottle.

Website
http://www.stopandshop.com/our_stores/offerings/brands/index.htm?brnd=NATURE_PROMISE
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Cane Sugar
Categories
Iced Tea
Rating
5/5
Reviewed By
Jason Draper on September 20th, 2012
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Nature's Promise Organic White Tea with Raspberry

Nature's Promise Organic White Tea with Raspberry

Nature's promise is to fill your body with vitamins and minerals that come from nature. Nature does a good job making food and drink. As a matter of fact, it probably does the best job. Technology makes food maybe bigger and faster but that doesn't necessarily make it better as much as it makes it convenient. When nature says something, it means it. Nature doesn't lie. People lie and blame it on nature. Things like "100% Natural" means that it comes completely from nature and that, in my experience, is about five out of ten times true. That's 50% lies. Nature never lies, once again.

When nature wasn't lying, they teamed up with a company that used that phrase as their titular line and made a delicious drink. It's a raspberry white tea. It's not bitter, has a pretty great raspberry taste, and is lightly sweetened. The latter has the keys to my heart because it's an actual relief when something isn't just chocked full of sugar.

Here is where the vegans, namaste-ans, and hipster vegans have a point in that they believe in things that come from the earth and don't really subscribe to things that are "manufactured" and artificial. You guys. You guys and your dreadlocks, fixed gear bikes, patch'd jackets, and 80's secretary glasses. You guys have a point. You have a point about nutrition. Only. Exclusively. Just nutrition. Knock it off with the rest of that nonsense. You girls are wasting your prime years looking like my Jewish Aunt did in 1986.

Website
http://www.stopandshop.com/our_stores/offerings/brands/index.htm?brnd=NATURE_PROMISE
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Cane Sugar
Categories
Iced Tea
Rating
4/5
Reviewed By
Mike Literman on August 27th, 2012
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