Aloe Vera Tea

Aloe vera is a species of aloe plant native to northern Africa. It is commonly used in Japan and Mexico as a popular ingredient in various beverages. In India and Pakistan it has traditionally been uses as a digestive aid. Western medicine has long used aloe vera to treat skin cuts, burns and eczema, and some research suggests it may also help to treat bowel problems.

There are 8 reviews available for this category, for 2 different varieties.

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Tea Palace Sencha Aloe Vera

7.7/10  —  5 reviews
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"A sweet and fruity green tea with an odd aftertaste"
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"the flavor of this tea was dominated by sweet fruitiness, something I would compare to the tropical fruit punch flavors of candy and kid-friendly beverages. I am not sure how much the aloe vera contributes to this tea, but nonetheless, this tea is a flavorful blend that will probably appeal to a wide audience."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Laura Laura's review:
"The aloe vera is hard to describe, but it works nicely with the tea base and pineapple. I want to say that it made my tongue tingle just a bit?"
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      7.75/10
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"Overall, this is a good green tea blend with an interesting character."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Kari Kari's review:
"It's something different and refreshing."
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      8/10

Mighty Leaf Aloe Serenity

7.2/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Shelly Shelly's review:
"A very sweet tea with a slight sour bite in the aftertaste, but not enough to be unpleasant... cool and relaxing, perfect for those with a cold."
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      6.5/10
Teaviews Member: Lea Lea's review:
"Mild, smooth, and subtly sweet. The flowery undertones add depth, and the aloe adds a cooling sensation. Ideal for a humid summer day."
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      7/10
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"Flowery and naturally sweet, with an almost strawberry-like undertone."
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      8/10

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