10 Best Green Teas In South Africa 2024! (Organic & Tasty)

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LET’S BE HONEST, green tea isn’t exactly popular for its taste. You’re here reading this because you want the health benefits that come along with these special green tea leaves.

BUT, there are so many green teas to choose from that all claim to be ‘healthy.’

The truth is not all of them are healthy. Most are packed with artificial sweeteners, sugars, additives, colorants, and sometimes even harmful chemicals.

This defeats the whole point! We’re trying to be healthy here people!

So with all the noise in the market, how on earth are you supposed to select the right one?

To help, I spent hundreds of rands on green tea, and weeks of my time researching and surveying my team members all in an effort to help you find the healthiest and best tasting, (if that was ever possible,) green tea in South Africa.

Here’s what I found.

Based on my research, here are the most important ‘qualifying criteria’ that I will use when selecting products for this list.

Whole leaf VS bag.

I selected whole-leaf green tea. Whole-leaf is better quality and has a better flavour than normal teabags because it’s made up of partially cut leaves. This means that the leaves have not been heavily processed or ground up into tiny particles.

Teabags on the other hand are seen as low-quality because when the tea leaves are being ground into small tea particles, the tea loses flavor and nutrients begin to deteriorate.

Organic.

It’s better to find a green tea that’s organic, even though they are harder to find and they’re more expensive. That said, please keep this in mind. Just because green tea is organic, that doesn’t mean it’s not sprayed with chemicals. It just means that it’s sprayed with FDA-approved methods.

Taste.

Even though the taste is important to stay consistent with a drinking tea routine, you need to be aware of the tradeoff. A 100% organic green tea will generally taste a lot worse than a green tea with a lot of sweeteners and additives.

So in this article, I’m going to heavily favor green teas that managed to keep it organic, and add a nice flavor to it using only organic ingredients without so-called ‘natural flavors.’

To help make a decision on the taste, I surveyed 5 of my team members. Each member tried each tea on this list and gave the product a taste and bitterness score.

Disclaimer: Even though the green teas are most likely to taste the same, there are different undertones with each tea, so the results may differ.

DID YOU KNOW? When buying flavored green tea, “natural flavours” is just another name for ‘artificial flavours.’ If you’re trying to avoid this, rather look for the word “organic” next to the ingredient, instead of ‘natural.”

Value for money.

I worked out each product cost down to a per-serving basis. To figure out if a product was worth the money, I took all factors into consideration. For example, a product with a lot of cheap additives and ingredients usually tastes better and is a lot cheaper.

However, the cream of the crop is a product that managed to stay completely healthy, taste great, and be relatively affordable.

Here’s a summarized list of my 10 favorite green teas in South Africa in no particular order.

Tastes likeTaste ScoreBitterness scorePricePrice per servingOrganicWhole leaf or bagAdditives Buy Online
myMatchaVery strong/bitter taste 2.7/5 2.8/5 R369R3.69OrganicPowderNomyMatcha Green Tea
Five Roses Has a strong/earthy taste 3.8/5 2.4/5 R52.99R0.35 Organic TeabagNoRoses Green Tea
Woolworths Green TeaEarthy Taste 4.4/5 3.3/5 R42.99 R0.52 OrganicTeabagNoOrganic Green Tea
Freshpak Green Rooibos TeaTastes like rooibos 3.6/5 3/5 R33.99R0.85Organic Teabag NoFreshpak Green Rooibos Tea
Skimelberg Organic Green Rooibos TeaStrong rooibos taste 3.6/5 3/5 R55R1.10Organic Teabag NoSkimmelberg Organic Green Rooibos Tea
Cooper & FlynnHas an earthy/grassy taste 3.2/5 2.6/5 R24.99R0.31Organic Teabag NoCooper & Flynn Green Tea
Pick n Pay Livewell Green TeaHas an earthy taste 3.5/5 3.5/5 R39.99R0.26Organic Teabag NoPnP Livewell Green Tea
Twinings Green TeaEarthy/bland taste 3.4/5 2.8/5 R113.99R2.28Organic Teabag NoTwinings Pure Green Teabags
China Green TeaHas no taste-tastes like water/bland 2.4/5 3/5 R59R1.48Organic Teabag NoChina Green Tea
Flat Tummy Tea With Green Tea Minty Taste 3.8/5 2.7/5 R199N/AWhole leafRosmarinus Officinalis Petroselinum Crispum Salvia Officinalis Flat tummy tea with green tea
Table comparing green teas in South Africa.

Keep reading below to discover my in-depth research on each green tea.

01. myMatcha Tea

I bought myMatcha tea from their website for R369. Even though it physically doesn’t look like regular tea, ie. comes in a teabag or as a whole leaf, the only difference is the harvesting process and the leaf is ground up into a powder. So the entire lead is consumed.

When I ordered myMatcha tea, it came with a free electric frother, which I thought was a really good bargain because most milk frothers go for R200. I love the design and the sleek packaging too!

Ingredient highlights

  • Matcha Green Tea
  • Culinary Grade
  • Caffiene free
  • Full of antioxidants

Taste

I asked 5 of my team members to take part in my survey. 4 of them gave it a rating of 3/5, while one gave it a 1/5.

The bitterness ratings got different results, two of my team members gave it a rating of 1/5, basically saying that it’s bitter, another person gave it a rating of 2/5 while the other 2 said that it’s not bitter at all and gave it a rating of 5/5. The overall consensus is that it has a strong and bitter taste.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-5)
Bitterness Rating
(1-5)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaBitter3/51/5StrongYes
YeshmikaVery strong taste1/51/5Weak No
MusaGrassy 3/52/5StrongYes
ZahraaStrong3/55/5StrongYes
LuandriBitter/Acquired taste3/55/5StrongYes
Average Bitter/Strong2.6/52.8/5StrongYes
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for myMatcha

Is myMatcha Green Tea worth the money?

myMatcha Tea goes for R369 on their website and costs R3.69 per serving, which I think is a fairly reasonable price compared to most matcha teas.

Judging by the survey and my personal thoughts, I think that it’s worth the money because you’re getting a lot of nutrients, and if you’re not happy with the product you have the option to return the product which I think is a bonus because not many stores or companies allow you to return the product.

As previously mentioned this product came with a free whisk which I thought was a good deal, so I really believe that this product is worth the money.

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02. Five Roses Green Tea

This box came in a sealed packet which was easy to remove. Before removing the seal, I looked around the box and I liked that it came with a recipe for Green Cucumber, mint, and honey iced tea and it also came with a recipe below that on how to make a granita.

I also saw that it comes with the preparations on how to make green tea, I think this is very helpful for those who don’t know how to make green tea or who have been making it wrong.

Ingredient highlights

  • Teabags
  • Camellia sinensis (unfermented)
  • Organic
  • Doesnt Include artifial sweeteners

Taste

To figure the taste, I got my 5 team members to try out Green Tea, and here are the results. The overall consensus is that Fives Roses green tea has a very strong and earthy taste.

With regards to the rating, the highest it got was a 4/5 , and that was 3 of the 5 members that took part in the tasting, everyone else gave mixed ratings of 3/5 or 2/5.

When it came to rating the bitterness levels each person gave different answers, so it’s hard to pin-point whether this tea is actually biter or not. Green tea lovers will be able to tell whether or not this their ideal tea for them.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-5)
Bitterness Rating
(1-5)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy4/54/5StrongYes
YeshmikaIts strong5/53/5StrongYes
MusaAlmost like normal tea4/52/5StrongYes
ZahraaBitter 2/52/5strongYes
LuandriEarthy4/51/5strongYes
Average 3.8/52.4/5StrongYes
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Five Roses Green Tea

Is Five Roses Green Tea worth the money?

Fives Roses Green Teas costs R52.99 for a packet of 102 servings. Each serving costs R0.32, which is a steal if you compared it blindly to the rest. When doing the survey, every member stated that they would definitely buy this product, mostly because it comes with a fairly reasonable price.

The ingredients are natural and it tastes great even though it has a strong and earthy taste, then this product is a no-brainer. I definitely feel this product is worth the money.

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03. Woolworths Green Tea

Woolworths is known for its high-priced, organic products. One thing I didn’t like was that it didn’t come sealed in plastic, but on the box, it says that the teabags and the box are made from sustainably sourced paper so it’s a plus in my books that they’re being eco-friendly. On the sides of the box, there are instructions on how to make the green tea and it mentioned how to store the teabags once they’ve been opened.

I like that they said the tea must be stored in an airtight container, and if it hasn’t been opened, the box must be in a clean, dry, and ambient area, this gives the impression that their green tea is special compared to the rest.

Ingredient highlights

  • Organic
  • Teabag
  • Green tea (Camilla sinensis)
  • No sugars/Preservants

Taste

Considering that it’s a Woolworths product, already you’ll have an idea that the green tea will taste great. The results of the tasting gave a mixed reaction. The general consensus is that it has a strong and earthy taste. Two people gave it a rating of 5/5 while the rest gave it a 4/5, which means it’s doing pretty well in the taste department.

When asked about bitterness, I got different reactions from each person. One person gave a rating of 1/5 and two people gave it a rating of 2/5, meaning that they found it considerably bitter. The last two team members gave a rating of 3/5 and 4/5, meaning that they did not find it to be bitter at all.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-5)
Bitterness Rating
(1-5)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy5/55/5StrongYes
YeshmikaIt doesn’t smell good5/53/5StrongNo
MusaGrassy4/52/5StrongYes
ZahraaEarthy4/54/5WeakYes
LuandriEarthy4/51/5StrongYes
Average Earthy4.4/53.3/5StrongYes
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Woolworths Green Tea

Is Woolworths Green Tea worth the money?

Woolworth’s green tea goes for R42.99 for 40 tagless teabags. It costs R0.52 per serving which is a fair price to pay considering how expensive Woolworths is.

When doing the survey, the majority of my team members stated that they would buy this product because they know with Woolworths you’ll get good quality products. This green tea is natural and organic and comes at a reasonable price, so I would say that this product is worth the money.

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04. Freshpak Green Rooisbos Tea

When doing a green tea review, It wouldn’t make sense to leave out such a popular brand like Freshpak. If you’re looking to try out green tea but you don’t want to buy too much, I recommend getting the 20 pack. This pack retails for R33.99 at Checkers.

When I bought the product I saw that it wasn’t sealed, I’m a big fan of getting my products sealed incase there’s any damage. When I turned the box around I liked that it had a background story of the brand. Just like the other green teas, I like that it came with instructions on how to make it and it gave serving suggestions on how to make it taste better.

Ingredient highlights

  • Green Rooiboos (Aspalathus Linearis)
  • Teabag
  • Caffeine Free
  • Organic
  • Contains Polyphenols

Taste

Freshpak is a well-known tea brand in South Africa, so when I bought the green tea I was expecting a really good response. The majority of the team members stated that this green tea doesn’t necessarily taste like green tea but rooibos tea.

With regards to rating the taste, everybody gave different answers, one team member gave it a rating of 2/5, while another rated it 3/5. Two people gave the taste a rating of 4/5, while one person gave it a 5/5, meaning that they enjoyed the taste, so it got an overall average rating of 3.6/5.

When asked about the bitterness levels two people gave it a rating of 1, meaning that they found it to be very bitter, one other team member gave it a rating of 3/5, meaning that it was moderate for them. The last two gave it a rating 5/5 meaning that they did not find it bitter at all, and that has to do with the fact that it tastes like rooibos.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaTastes like rooibos4/55/5StrongYes
YeshmikaSmells and tastes like rooibos tea5/55/5InbetweenYes
MusaTastes like normal tea2/51/5WeakNo
ZahraaRooibos3/53/5StrongNo
LuandriTastes like rooibos 4/51/5StrongYes
Average 3.6/53/5StrongYes
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Freshpak Green Tea

Is Freshpak Green Tea worth the money?

I bought this tea for R33.99 with 20 tagless tea bags. It costs R0.85 per serving which is quite high compared to most other green teas such as Five Roses, but if you can afford it, I don’t see why you shouldn’t get it. In my survey, the overall consensus is that they would definitely get the product regardless of the price per serving.

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05.Skimmelberg Organic Green Rooisbos Tea

I ordered this green tea from Takealot because it had many positive reviews, so I decided to give it a shot. Skimmelberg Organic Green Rooibos Tea caught my attention mostly, because of the flower pattern on the box, and I liked the metallic gold colour that was used for the brand name.

Just like all the other green teas, it has the tea preparations and it mentions the brand’s background story, basically saying that the tea comes from the Skimmelberg Mountains and was harvested in an ecologically sustainable manner.

The big difference with this particular box is that it comes with a QR code that will take you straight to their website, which I thought was really interesting because it makes the box more modern, mostly because we’re in the technology era and it’s more convenient to scan a QR code instead of typing out the website. It also mentioned how the tea should be stored.

Ingredient highlights

  • Unfermented Rooisbos (Aspalathus Linearis)
  • Teabag
  • No colourants & Preservants
  • Caffiene free
  • Organic

Taste

I wasn’t too sure what to expect from this particular green tea, but judging by the results I got an overall average response.

The three of my team members gave it a rating of 3/5 for the taste, stating that it’s weak compared to the rest, one other person said it doesn’t taste like green tea instead it tastes like rooibos. The other two team members gave it a rating of 4/5 and 5/5 respectively, stating that it’s sweet and tastes like rooibos tea.

Skimmelberg isn’t bitter considering the rating it got, only one person gave it a rating of 1/5, meaning that they found it to be quite bitter. Two of my team members gave it a rating of 3/5, while the other two gave it a rating of 4/5. The overall consensus is that majority of the people who took part in this survey didn’t think the tea was bitter.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy3/54/5WeakNo
YeshmikaDoes not taste like green tea3/53/5WeakNo
MusaGrassy3/53/5StrongYes
ZahraaSweet4/54/5WeakNo
LuandriRooibos is stronger5/51/5Weak green tea taste, strong rooibos tasteYes
Average 3.6/53/5WeakNo
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Skimmelberg Green Tea

Is Skimmelberg Green Tea worth the money?

Judging by the outcome of the tasting I really didn’t see this product doing well. Skimmelberg retails for R55 for 20 teabags. It costs R1.10 per serving, which I think is pretty high for 20 teabags.

In the survey on two people said that they would buy this product, the rest said that they wouldn’t spend their money on this product because there are better green teas.

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06. Cooper & Flyn Green Tea

I bought Cooper & Flyn green tea from Checkers for R24.99. This particular tea caught my eye because of their use of green and white, the green is more dominant than all the other brands and it has graphics of tea leaves all over the box, which I thought looked more appealing than most of the green teas.

On the one side, it mentions the history of the brand and it also states where green tea originated from, which is China& Japan. Below that its the preparations on how to make the green tea. It also mentions suggestions on how to make green tea “better” by adding a more modified recipe.

Ingredient highlights

  • Camellia sinensis (unfermented)
  • Teabag
  • Organic
  • No sugars/Preservants

Taste

Cooper & Flynn surprisingly got a really good rating for taste compared to most of the green teas in the survey. Four people gave it a rating of 4/5 while one person gave it a 2/5 because they stated that the tea is very strong and bitter and that they’ve tasted better green teas.

In terms of the bitterness, it got an average score of 2.6/5 overall meaning that two people gave it a rating of 1/5, this means they found it to be very bitter, while one person gave the bitterness a score of 3/5, meaning that it was quite moderate for them. Two of my team members gave a rating of 4/5 meaning that it wasn’t so bitter, the reason why the average is low is that one person gave it a rating of 1/5.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy4/54/5StrongYes
YeshmikaBitter 2/51/5StrongYes
MusaGrassy4/53/5StrongYes
ZahraaLeafy4/54/5StrongYes
LuandriEarthy4/51/5StrongYes
Average Grassy/Earthy3.6/52.6/5StrongYes
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Cooper & Flyn Green Tea

Is Cooper & Flynn worth the money?

I bought this tea for R24.99 for 40 tagless tea bags. It costs R0.31 per serving. This product is organic and doesn’t contain any sugars or added preservatives. When doing the survey the overall consensus is that they think that Cooper & Flynn is worth the money.

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07. Pick n Pay Livewell Green Tea

The first thing that caught my eye about Livewell is the design at the front, I also loved how they made use of the grey and different shades of green. It also has a sticker that says “Trusted since ’67”, as a consumer it builds an element of trust that this tea really tastes great because it’s been trusted for so long.

Unlike most green teas, it comes with a moneyback guarantee or a product exchange if you’re not happy with the tea. I like that because it allows us, as consumers, to return the product if we’re not happy with it. The other side of the box mentions ways to store the green tea so that it lasts long.

Ingredients

  • Camellia sinensis (unfermented)
  • Teabag
  • Organic
  • No sugars/Preservants

Taste

With the Pick n Pay green tea, my team felt as though they had tasted this exact green tea before. They weren’t really all that impressed with the taste and stated that it tasted “earthy” like all the other teas. \

One person gave it a rating of 1/5, so they didn’t enjoy the tea at all. One other person gave it a rating of 3/5, so it was moderate for them. Two people gave it a rating of 4/5 while one person gave it a rating of 5/5, meaning that they really enjoyed the taste.

It had a strong taste and was seemingly bitter because the lowest rating for bitterness is 4/5, meaning that it’s not so bitter after all.

Three of my team members gave it a rating of 2/5, meaning that they found it to be quite bitter, while one person gave it a rating of 3/5, meaning that the bitterness was quite tolerable, and the fifth person in the survey rated this tea at 5/5, meaning that they didn’t find it to be bitter at all.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy4/54/5StrongYes
YeshmikaBold Flavour3/52/5StrongYes
MusaTastes normal1/52/5WeakYes
ZahraaEarthy4/53/5StrongYes
LuandriEarthy5/52/5StrongYes
Average 3.4/52.6/5StrongYes
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for PicknPay Livewell Green Tea

Is PicknPay Livewell Green Tea worth the money?

I bought it from Pick n Pay Livewell Green Tea for R39.99. The cost per serving is R0.26 for 102 tea bags, which I think is a really good price considering that you’ll get 102 tea bags for a low price.

When doing the survey everybody that tasted the tea voted “Yes” for whether or not it’s worth the money. Other than that if you’re a fan of strong green tea for a really good price, I would say that this tea is the ideal tea for you.

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08. Twinings Pure Green Tea

I bought Twinings tea at checkers for R113.99. The interesting thing I saw about this tea is that it says “by appointment to her majesty Queen Elizabeth II“, this automatically made sense as to why the tea is so expensive because there are just 25 tea bags.

This could be because of the fact that its from the UK and the currency exchange rate is quite high.I liked that the teabags came in their own packaging, making it more efficient to carry around in case you want to take it to work.

Ingredient highlights

  • Pure Green Tea
  • No sugars/Preservants
  • Organic
  • Teabag

Taste

This tea didn’t do so well considering how expensive it was. The overall consensus for the taste is that it’s really weak and it doesn’t have much taste, one person said it tasted quite “bland”.

Three of my team members gave it a rating of 3/5, while the other two gave it a rating of 4/5, meaning that the overall consensus is that it doesn’t taste bad, it just doesn’t have a taste.

With regards to the bitterness levels, one person found this tea to be quite bitter and gave it a rating of 1/5, while three of my team members gave it a score of 3/5, meaning that the bitterness levels are quite tolerable. The last person in the survey gave a rating of 4/5, meaning that for them it wasn’t bitter at all.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy4/54/5WeakNo
YeshmikaEarthy3/53/5WeakNo
MusaEarthy3/53/5StrongNo
ZahraaBland3/53/5WeakNo
LuandriEarthy4/51/5StrongNo
Average 3.4/52.8/5WeakNo
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Twinings Green Tea

Is Twinings Green Tea worth the money?

I bought this particular tea from Checkers for R113.99, this by far is one of the most expensive green teas I’ve ever come across. It costs R2.28 per serving for 25 bags, and honestly, I think this is really expensive for a tea considering that the overall consensus is it tastes really weak and bland.

So if you’re asking if this is worth a cent, honestly I wouldn’t waste money on this, mostly because you’re not really getting any value for your money and secondly because there are green teas that taste much better for a cheaper price.

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09. China Green Tea

China Green Tea caught my attention because of how small the box was. I loved that most of the writing on it was in Chinese, bringing a sense of credibility that this is the “real” green tea since its origin is in China. I also liked that it mentioned the benefits of green tea and also how to prepare green tea.

Ingedient highlights

  • Green Tea
  • Teabag
  • Organic
  • No sugars/Preservants

Taste

This particular green tea got a very underwhelming response. I thought out of all the green teas this one would taste the best considering that it’s made in China.

My team members stated that it tasted bland, almost like water, and it didn’t have a bitter taste. One person gave a rating of 1/5, while another person gave a rating of 2/5, this means that they didn’t enjoy the taste at all. The remaining three gave a rating of 3/5 for the taste.

I’m quite disappointed about how this tea taste went because I was expecting this one to taste the best out of all the green teas in this review. The bitterness levels showed that it wasn’t bitter at all. One person gave a rating of 1/5, another gave a rating of 2/5, while the rest gave a rating of 4/5, mostly because it tastes like water/bland.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaEarthy3/54/5WeakNo
YeshmikaDoesn’t taste like anything1/54/5Weak No
MusaNothing 2/52/5Weak Yes
ZahraaBland3/54/5Weak No
LuandriTastes like water3/51/5Weak No
Average 2.4/53/5WeakNo
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for China Green Tea

Is China Green Tea worth the money?

I ordered this tea from Takealot for R59, the reason why I bought this one is that it had a high rating. It costs R1.48 per serving for 25 tea bags. I think this tea is a little pricey compared to the other teas, especially because it doesn’t taste that great compared to the other teas.

My honest opinion is that it’s not worth the money, there are better tasting green teas that have more value for your money.

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10. Flat Tummy Tea with Green Tea

This Flat Tummy Tea with Green Tea caught my eye because of the colour of the box, and I also saw that its whole leaf, which is different from all the other teas. Inside the box there were two packets that were the same colour as the box.

When I opened the packet, I was greeted by a minty smell, which caught me off guard because I was expecting a more natural and earthy smell. I was very optimistic about this product but the smell might make me lose hope.

Ingredient highlights

  • Rosmarinus Officinalis (commonly known as rosemary)
  • Petroselinum Crispum ( Parsely)
  • Salvia Officinalis (the common sage)
  • Green Tea
  • Whole leaf
  • Contains artificial sweetners

Taste

I had a feeling that this particular tea wouldn’t taste the same as the others, especially after the minty smell I got from opening the package. 2 of my team members gave a taste rating of 5/5, while the rest gave mixed ratings e.g. 4/5,3/5 and 1/5.

The general consensus is that it reminded them of toothpaste, but this isn’t shocking considering all the different ingredients added to this tea.

With regards to the bitterness, I received mixed reactions, but no one said that it’s bitter, I got a mixed rating of, 1/5,2/5, 4/5, and 2 people gave a rating of 3/5. When it came to the strength of the tea, everybody said that it tasted very strong and that the minty taste was very overpowering.

Team memberTaste CommentTaste Rating
(1-0)
Bitterness Rating
(1-0)
Strong or weak?Is it worth the money?
AlkaMinty taste and smell3/53/5 WeakNo
YeshmikaMinty toothpaste Smell2/5 4/5 WeakNo
MusaMinty3/5 3/5 StrongYes
ZahraaMinty4/5 2/5 StrongNo
LuandriVery Minty taste5/5 1/5 StrongNo
Average 3.8/52.6/5StrongNo
Table showing the results of the survey tasting for Flat Tummy Tea with Green Tea

Is Flat Tummy Tea with Green Tea worth the money?

Considering that this tea didn’t taste anything like the green tea people were expecting, Im not too shocked with the results. This green tea costs R199 but it’s ideal for people who want to lose weight.

It didn’t mention the grams on the box so it’s hard to calculate the cost per serving, but if you were to ask me if it’s worth the money, honestly I wouldn’t really bother unless you’re a fan of minty green tea.

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