Review: Red Jade Tea review by Lainie Sips

October 24, 2013

A big thank you to Lainie Peterson of Lainie Sips for reviewing our Red Jade Tea. 

She wrote a very informative review, have a read. Head over to Lainie Sips for other great tea reviews and lots of useful tea information.

Thanks Lainie! 
 
Click on the links to visit Lainie Sips and read the review of Eco-Cha Red Jade:  
 

BLOG: Lainie Sips review of Eco-Cha Red Jade

TWITTER: @lainiep

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"Eco-Cha’s version has a stronger wintergreen note than other versions that I’ve tried, so if you like mint, give this tea a try." ~ Lainie Peterson, Lainie Sips 

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