100% Natural Teas. Contains Caffeine. Excellent Antioxidant Source! (20% DV of Vitamin C Per Serving). 35% more flavonoid antioxidants than other leading brands. Gluten Free / Kosher. Blendmaster's Notes. "This delicious green tea is an antioxidant powerhouse! We've combined traditional green tea leaves and potent green tea extract - two natural sources of flavonoid antioxidants - with Vitamin C and the flavors of superfruits like juicy blood oranges and exotic starfruit. It's the u ultimate cup of free radical-fighting goodness." . ~ Charlie Baden Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster Since 1975. . Free Radical Fighter! Antioxidant Max™ Green Tea has 35% more flavonoid antioxidants than other flavored green teas. These powerful nutrients can help reduce the cell-damaging effects of free radicals in your body.
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Customer reviews for Celestial Seasonings Antioxidant Max™ Green Tea Wellness Tea Blood Orange Star Fruit -- 20 Tea Bags
Review 1 for Celestial Seasonings Antioxidant Max™ Green Tea Wellness Tea Blood Orange Star Fruit -- 20 Tea Bags
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January 26, 2016
"I purchased this tea and it was just... bland and generic. It has stevia in the blend, so there's a vague "fruitness" and a weird faux sweetness. The ORAC value of this isn't much greater than "regular" green tea. Stick with Celestial Seasoning's other teas. I found this to be very disappointing.
I also tried the Dragon Fruit and Melon Antioxidant Max tea and it suffered from the same weirdness. I have to blend this tea to make it through a cup."
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Review 2 for Celestial Seasonings Antioxidant Max™ Green Tea Wellness Tea Blood Orange Star Fruit -- 20 Tea Bags
"Not sure why some of the best CS teas never show up in stores anymore. Of course it's about popularity, but if you never give people a chance to try new items, how are the unpopular ones going to ever catch on? Anyway, this is one of those CS hidden gems. They had me at 'blood orange/star fruit,' but somehow the slightly grapey taste blends with the green tea in such a lovely way that it's hard to describe it. This is great hot and iced. As always, make sure you don't use boiling water for green tea so you don't kill off all the great health benefits touted here."