Picture the scene.... You've had a hard day at work with people chasing you for deadlines. You get home and your supportive family understand you need to train after a hard day in the office just to feel normal again... You go training... Your team mates push you as hard as you push them...exhausting!!! You get home battered, bruised, but with a sense of achievement and loving your training, but still wired from your session. Protein shake, shower then relax with a cup of Recovery Saviour Sports Tea while watching Family Guy with the family... Perfect way to unwind and recover.
At PunchStrong we follow the BJJ UK events and in our travels we have seen Saviour Sports Tea make a big impression on the scene.
What are they about? and what are they trying to accomplish?
The brainchild of Ollie Pryce-Tidd, Saviour Sports Tea have arrived to offer a hydration solution to the active lifestyle. With the health supplement market being totally saturated with many products Saviour Sports Tea seem to be offering natural alternatives to the everyday chemical energy drinks that now seem to be a part of some workout routine. Saviour offer 4 tea blends for multiple instances.
We tried this in the mornings with breakfast then at work to help wake us up and start the day. The flavour is quite strong and consists of Green Mate, Ginseng and Gingko tea. Gingko is good for circulation and also memory, so is great to have this for a kick start to your day.
Ideal before training. With Gunpowder Green tea, Hibiscus and Pomegranate, this offering packs a strong scent with a refreshing taste, we did find before training this gave us a bit more of a push.
A good blend to have throughout the day and I know is a popular choice for Saviour Sports Tea customers. This was our second favourite and is made from Rooibos and Orange tea. Nice to drink and take away the boredom of water.
Value for money
At PunchStrong we like value for money so we normally got at least 2 large mugs of tea from each bag. We also like a strong flavour so we always left the bag in the mug.
We don't like to just praise items we review and we have no affiliation to Saviour Sports Teas. This is an objective review with our honest opinions, but we struggled to find much wrong and loved the products and ideas behind them. One small area of flaw was the length of the string with the tag. We use an extra-large mug so the tag always fell into the drink. But we didn't care as it tastes great.
Great work Saviour you have revived our interest in tea. Anything that helps people stay hydrated with clean natural products works with us, great jobs.comments powered by Disqus