We don't dream up our green tea creations to be followed by the tea paparazzi, but it's always nice when people notice! Take a look at a few publications that have helped us spread the green tea news.
TOP 10 TASTY TRENDS IN NATURAL FOOD
Sencha Naturals Green Tea Lattes were a standout at Expo West 2015 as an exciting dairy-free food. We made the cut for Go Dairy Free's top 10 list.
Sencha Naturals featured in The Oprah Magazine's O List. "Just because you're a coffee person, doesn't mean you have to lose out on the benefits of green tea: these sugar-free mints - in flavors like mango and chai - are packed with antioxidants."
MODERN WITH TRADITION
Green Tea Mints & Green Tea Bars ~ "Modern With Tradition." German author Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz, chose Sencha Naturals among other companies to be featured in the just released Design Ecology book in Germany.
New Beauty Magazine
A UNIQUE BLEND
Sencha Naturals Green Tea Mints contain a unique blend of organically grown teas, botanicals and mint oils to leave your mouth feeling refreshed and clean.
KRON 4 News Weekend
TOP PICKS FANCY FOOD SHOW
That’s really nice. I had these before. These I like very much. Big Hit! Henry Tenenbaum (co-host KRON 4 News Weekend).
BREAKAWAY STUFF AT THE FANCY FOOD SHOW
Green tea mints, beautifully designed to look like a leaf, with a fantastic green tea taste. Eric Gower, The Breakaway Cook.
C Magazine (California Lifestyle)
Just three of these super-power mints contain the same properties as one cup of the beverage [green tea], they’re sugar-free, organic and refreshing.
Each “loose-leaf” mint imparts a fresh, nuanced taste created with organically grown, certified Fair Trade green tea. Sencha Naturals’ products help inhibit bad breath, boost the immune system, reduce cancer risk, slow the aging process, and help prevent heart disease.
The New York Times
These irresistible pastel mints strongly infused with organic sencha, a green tea, are shaped like tea leaves. Sencha Naturals in Los Angeles makes them in three flavors: plain, cooling lemon grass and sweet pear, all sugar-free. here
The Tea House Times
A MUST SEE AT WORLD TEA EXPO
Mints in the shape of tea leaves! They taste great, are refreshing. Made from a blend of organic green tea known to help inhibit the root causes of bad breath.
And they taste very good. They're all-natural, so you get that benefit. It goes along with the organic trend.
The Gourmet Retailer
BREATH OF FRESH AIR
Unlike mints that merely mask bad breath, these inhibit oral bacteria with their blend of green tea and other supporting herbal extracts.