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Honest Tea Peach White Tea Fair Trade Certified USDA Organic 16.9 Ounce Bottles Case of 12
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Honest Tea Peach White Tea Fair Trade Certified USDA Organic 16.9 Ounce Bottles Case of 12

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Honest Tea Peach White Tea Fair Trade Certified. A classic combination of organic Fair Trade Certified white tea and sweet peach. Honest Tea delivers great tasting low calorie refreshments. Each variety is brewed from the finest natural teas loaded with antioxidants. Honest Tea is USDA Certified Organic, sweetened "just a tad" with nothing artificial and never any high fructose corn syrup.

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Honest Tea Peach White Tea Fair Trade Certified USDA Organic


Organic Fair Trade Certified white tea and sweet peach


Sweetened "Just a Tad", No high fructose corn syrup


Case of 12 16.9 oz. bottles


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Average Customer Rating: based on 7 reviews
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 ( 7 customer reviews )
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4 of 5 found the following review helpful:

5SNAPPLE-BEST STUFF ON EARTH-NOT SO... HONEST TEA IS ***Aug 28, 2009
By Andrew Reiff
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR AN ALTERNATIVE TO SODA & JUICE FOR A LONG TIME, SOMETHING THAT IS NATURAL WITHOUT HIGH FRUCTOSE SYRUP, NOT TOO SWEET WITH A GOOD, NATURAL TASTE. THIS DRINK
IS JUST THAT.
IT'S STILL A TEA AND NOT EVERYONE LIKES TEA OF ANY KIND BUT THIS PRODUCT IS REALLY GREAT.
IT IS ORGANIC WHICH IS VERY HEALTHY AND A BIT MORE EXPENSIVE (AS ARE MANY HIGHER QUALITY
PRODUCTS) BUT IT'S YOUR BODY AND THE MORE HEALTHY & NATURAL PRODUCTS YOU LEARN TO USE THE
BETTER OFF YOU WILL BE.
HIGHLY RECOMMENED *****

5Tea for twoFeb 11, 2015
By Noddy Box
It is no exaggeration to say that I am currently undergoing a significant transformation in my earthly status and just to give yiz all a feel for the doings that do be transpiring in this miraculous new dispensation here's an episode that I participated in just last Saturday, the 7th I think. I left my hut in serene good spirits despite the fact that my headache of five years' standing was quite literally pounding me to a jelly. If anyone out there suffers from chronic headache you have my deepest sympathy--I literally feel your pain. Plus my headache is not only chronic but sonic too so I get to listen to the wretched brain pain in living stereo. Sigh. But like I said the highest of good spirits coz the previous Tuesday, the 3rd, I celebrated exactly half a year sober and I've been walking on air ever since. I went to a meeting that night on So. Ninth Street--just five blocks up from So. Fourth Street for all you Pynchy fans (the crowd goes wild!)--and they gave me a blue six months coin and everybody clapped and all I was able to say for the whoosh of emotion was thank you all, I am truly living in an age of miracles. Know what it sez on that coin? "To thine own self be true." Ha! sez me to meself, rare coin of the realm indeed, with no botches nor rubs about it. Methinks I shall hang on tightly to thee. Yea do I say ye shall ride with me forever anon in one of the deeper portals of mine own breeches as sweet victory's true-blue talisman. I speak like this when I am deeply moved and this coin and what it represented had me going big time. So there I was striding purposefully away from the appalling din in my skull and towards the latest blessings of a sober life when I suddenly thought that since I'm going to Jericho for materials for my ongoing zen cave project (don't ask) why not call in on Atman, my herbalist, and see if he's got anything new and aromatic for my besieged body part. Atman is as fine a young seeker as ever played keyboards and his dad, also named Atman and who lives downstairs, is ever the perfect gentleman. The whole house is full of dogs large middling and small and has the aura of a refuge or safe haven, and not just for the dogs either. Settled sez me and not twenty minutes later I'm in the kitchen chatting with Atman's missus--let's call her Kayla to disguise her real identity, she hates publicity--and we're talking about my experiences so far with AA and she suddenly asks me do I drink tea and do I like iced tea?. I sez o' course I swally tea, by the bucketful for the love of Barry's Gold Label, but us poor Patricks in Ireland only drink hot tea, scalding hot tea with a splash of milk trun in to smooth out the edges like you know. I then admitted to Kayla that I had yet to develop a taste for the iced variety and she said she'd just come across a zesty new organic brand that came in all sorts of delicious fruit infusions and was very tasty too. Unfortunately she'd just drank the last one herself so couldn't offer me any but she told me it was called Honest Tea and that the deli on the corner had fridges full of the stuff. Honest Tea, eh? l needn't tell you I liked the sound of that instamatically so after warm and friendly farewells to the gracious Atmans and the excellent Kayla, not to mention the dogs, it was off to the deli to buy two bottles of Honest Tea, lemon for me and peach for the missus, natch. On the way home the wordplay finally struck me. Honest Tea. Honesty. I crashed to a halt in my stupefied marching. Great God on your throne, sez I to the sky, you are certainly making me to laugh right now. You see, last August I wound up in rehab after drinking solidly for 35 years. While inside I was taken under the wing of a remarkable Irish nun whose wisdom took me for a liar but whose care taught me the true value of honesty. She told me I had been telling lies for so long that I had to practice telling the truth every day from now on so as to get back in shape. The wonderful thing about all this is that there is no better place for me to practice telling the truth in than AA meetings. There we are all grateful students in God's classroom, attending to the present--the lesson, as ever, Be Here Now--and drinking down bracing draughts of patience and honesty. I love the truth now, it really does set you free. And I also love this other bracing draught of Honest Tea and really must thank Kayla for the heads-up. On the way home with the two bottles I decided I would drink mine in the bar I used to drink real drink in for the past ten years--probably the most perfect tavern my active alcoholic self ever encountered, by which I mean a truly primordial pit, a dump of the rarest squalour. That was a larf and another victory of sorts. I laid down five for Fat Jack and ordered a pint glass full of ice. Fat Jack likes to be tipped. I stood at the bar, offered health & happiness to the few crushed and battered denizens in attendance that day in this diviest of dives, and drank a delicious and silent salute to all the sick and suffering alcoholics still out there on this big bad beautiful bewildering muckball we all call home. I also tipped my tea to the physically absent but oddly present Eckhart Tolle, a spiritual facilitator of the highest water and the human being most responsible at the minute for the larger-than-life roll that I am on. And here is something else that has just struck me: the actual song that kick-started my lug-like devotion to Gedge and the boys in The Wedding Present was the short--way too short--album closer on Bizarro (1989), a song called, get this: Be Honest. True story. And so to conclude then: Honest Tea is honestly the honest tea for me.

4Very Good, But Too Sweet.Nov 16, 2014
By Daniel M. Hart "Daniel M. Hart"
Honest Tea Certified Organic, Fair Trade Certified, Peach White Tea, 12 - 16.9-Ounce (500mL) Bottles, by Honest Tea.
This Honest Tea Peach White Tea, is as the label says, just a tad sweet at 20 grams of sugar per 16.9 ounce bottle. I do not know why they had to add cane sugar, as the peach provides its own sugar. I am glad that they did not use high fructose corn syrup as a sweetener in this tea drink. Processed foods in general, contain too much sugar and salt. Thankfully, this brand of tea only contains 10mg of salt per bottle.
Anyway, the tea tastes very good. If it did not contain the extra sugar, and it did not mislead us on the label (not being honest), I would give it a rating of 5 stars, but with the extra sugar, and the included use of "black tea leaves" not mentioned in the name, I can only give it four stars. As a pre-diabetic, I have to avoid sugar. Even a 16.9 ounce bottle of Coca-Cola at 55g of sugar (from Honest Tea's parent company), will raise my blood sugar enough to leave me feeling very tired.

According to the Honest Tea bottle label:
"Our organic Peach White Tea is a unique take on a classic combination: sweetness and subtlety.
White Tea has a light taste, -grown from the same plant as green tea but picked at a "youthful" stage.
The result is a flavorful but delicate blend to be enjoyed by both the young and the young at heart.
Honestly yours, Seth + Barry"

The Nutrition Facts and Ingredients, as listed on the bottle:

Organic, Contains Less Than 1% Juice.

Nutrition Facts:
Serving Size 1 Bottle, 16.9 fl oz / 500 mL
Servings per Container 1

Amount per serving:
Calories per serving 80

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0 %
Sodium 10mg 0 %
Total Carbohydrate 20g 7 %
Sugars 20g
Protein 0g 0 %
Vitamin C 0 %
Vitamin A 0 %
Not a significant source of calories from fat, sat fat, trans fat, cholest, dietary fiber, calcium and iron.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

INGREDIENTS: FILTERED WATER, ORGANIC CANE SUGAR, FAIR TRADE ORGANIC WHITE TEA LEAVES, ORGANIC PEACH PUREE, FAIR TRADE ORGANIC BLACK TEA LEAVES, NATURAL FLAVOR, CITRIC ACID.

Caffeine: 50mg/BOTTLE. ABOUT 1/4 THE CAFFEINE OF 16.9 fl. oz. BREWED COFFEE.

172mg ANTIOXIDANTS WHITE & BLACK TEA FLAVONOIDS PER BOTTLE.

Certified organic by Pennsylvania Certified Organic.

Ships from and sold by Tal Depot.

Honest Tea Inc., 4827 Bethesda Ave., Bethesda, MD 20814; Customer feedback phone: 1.800.865.4736; email: sethandbarry@honesttea.com; web: honesttea.com.

2Taste belongs to the taste of the TasterJul 21, 2014
By Numero Uno
Even though I really like the company I found this flavor very unappealing. My associations to white peach went unmet. The nicest description I can offer is that there was a barely noticeable bland none-taste.I could not recommend this product. On the other hand, one of my daughters loved it (pleased as a peach) and received an unexpected gift of a near case of tea to happily take home! Thanks, Steve G.

5good teaMay 07, 2014
By Sean
Packaged and delivered as expected, great quality tea, fresh taste. I can barely keep this stuff in stock at the office.

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