Welcome to this post: Little Miracles Organic Tea Review.
About Little Miracles:
“A BEAUTIFUL BLEND OF ORGANIC TEA, SUPER FRUIT JUICE, GINSENG AND AÇAÍ.
Little Miracles are a beautiful blend of organic tea and super fruit juice. With carefully selected panax ginseng in its purest form and açaí, it is the perfect pick-me-up morning, noon and afternoon.
Developed with consumer health and wellbeing in mind, all blends are sweetened with organic agave and are less than 90 calories. Free from artificial colours, flavours and sweeteners.
The idea behind Little Miracles was developed by our Danish founder following intensive travelling in China. Here he learned about the special properties of the Chinese ginseng root and a traditional ginseng formula that allegedly enabled farmers to double their efforts at harvest time.
Now available in over 20 countries, Little Miracles bottles are sold in the very best convenience stores, gas stations, gyms, cafe’s, deli’s, trains, airlines and supermarkets.
AWARD WINNING TASTE & QUALITY
In November 2013 Little Miracles was awarded the Quality Food Award within the BEST COLD BEVERAGE category. Judges awarded the product with the winner’s logo having voted it the best drink based on taste, quality, price, design and packaging.
‘The secret lies using only carefully selected Panax Ginseng in its purest form.’
Little Miracles Organic Tea Review
Little Miracles! What a great name for a mini jug of tea.
Here’s what I dig on about these organic tea blends:
-They’re not JUST tea. They contain healthy ingredients & superfoods like ginger, ginseng, acai
-Agave is the sweetener used to sweeten these teas (low glycemic; won’t cause blood sugar to spike like cane sugar)
-They give you the options of these four tea bases: lemongrass, white, green & black
-They’re certified organic
-All four blends are 90 calories per bottle and contain less than 7 grams of sugar per serving
Here’s the tweak I’d make:
-Take out the sweetener altogether and make an unsweetened blend. My reasoning: one dietary aim I have is to not consume very much sugar (and certainly not drink it–I tend to not enjoy it as much that way). Thus, an unsweetened version of this tea would be a perfect refresher for me on a warm day. I can’t tell you the last time I bought sweetened tea (whether it is a good sweetener or not).
-Make this tea cold-brewed and use raw ingredients (the ingredients added to the brewed tea may be raw in these drinks–it’s unclear)
Especially when compared to other drinks, these Little Miracles drinks are worlds better in regards to sugar content, health of the ingredients and the flavor. If I had to pick, I’d say the black tea blend is my favorite in regards to flavor–it had me at peach!