Tadin Aloe Vera with Cactus Tea – Qué Lástima
Dax: The easiest way to explain Tadin’s Aloe Vera with Cactus tea is through an anecdote.
As a youngster in preschool I was a fan of riding the swings. As my experience points built up and I got to a comfortable level for that particular playground, I learned how to perfect various dismounts off of the swing set: Big Airs, Long Jumps, and the steeziest of them all, the backflip. Many of you are probably familiar with what I’m talking about. Anyways, one confident day I tried an extra lofty backflip, only to land conveniently on my mouth. Dazed and confused, I cried my way to the drinking fountain to wash the mud from my grill, and then continued the day with a skidmark down my face.
Basically this Tadin tea tasted like that moment of truth. Dirt in water, not even good store-bought dirt, this tasted like alley dirt. Try at your own risk. The only strong point is that at first the teabag smells great.
Mike: I don’t know where Tadin Té gets off making dirt tea but its painful to drink. Granted, I don’t know what cactus tea is supposed to taste like, but if this is it then I’m staying the hell away. The aloe is like putting lipstick on a pig, like covering your BO with cologne, like gilding feces with gold. This Aloe Vera Tea tastes like soil. Don’t bother.