I’m always looking for a nonsugary juice substitute to accompany workday lunches, and Iyemon Cha green tea, given to me by someone who works with Nestlé Waters (I didn’t even know there was such a thing as Nestlé Waters), fits the bill. There are two flavors—Original Green and Roasted Green—and the tea is described as an unsweetened, organic product of Japan. It comes in a glass bottle, which always seems a bit wasteful to me, but I’m not sure I’d be able to brew and chill a tea this smooth and subtle that works so well cold.

Iyemon Cha green tea can be found at grocery stores for about $2.75.

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