Blueberry Acai Tea
Last Updated: 4/4/2008 4:02 PM
Mate Fusion's Blueberry Acai variety sounds like it could be a pretty marketable flavor for this brand. However, like the other varieties, it's the 10% white grape juice that leads to the demise of this product. We're not ones to appreciate filler juice, especially when it corrupts the blueberry acai flavor and overpowers the earthy tones that you'd typically see from yerba mate. The product's best asset is its packaging, which, while it does use a stock bottle, has a relatively polished look to it. On the other hand it seems quite similar to another NY brand of tea. Overall, decent, but needs work, especially in the flavor department.
Container16 oz glass
70 Calories per serving, Potassium 10g, Total Carbohydrate 17g, Sugars 16g per serving, Vitamin C 100%
Filtered water, Sugar, White Grape juice concentrate, Lemon juice concentrate, Yerba Mate Tea, Natural Blueberry Acai Flavor, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid(Vitamin C)
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