Everyone has an iced tea phase. No matter who you are, you’ve reached for a Brisk more than once at the convenience store and Brisk Blood Orange is here to change that again.
If you’re looking for something with a bit of a kick, then Brisk Blood Orange will ensure your gas station order changes. This comes at the perfect time as spring has just started and there is something so refreshing about having a glass of tea on a brisk spring day.
That Brisk joke aside, this latest addition to the company’s iced tea lineup is exactly what you don’t know you’re missing. While I’ve never eaten a blood orange, I was eager to try this tea and thankfully, Brisk sent me two bottles to try out and I have a lot of thoughts about it.
If you’re looking to get some Brisk Blood Orange for yourself, the drink has started rolling out nationwide, including at Walmart, Giant Food, and online. Frankly, if you’re looking to try it, you have no reason not to.
Brisk Blood Orange brings a tangy twist to the brand’s lineup in 2023.
While Brisk Blood Orange might sound out-of-the-box, the two flavors end up complementing each other perfectly. When I first tasted it, all I could think about was how they managed to mix iced tea with Orange Hi-C. if you know, you know and honestly, I couldn’t get enough of it. I finished one bottle within a matter of hours.
Brisk Blood Orange would be perfect to add to the Easter basket of your favorite tea lover or if you’re looking for a unique kick in your iced tea. Even though I enjoyed it, I must advise that if you don’t enjoy oranges or anything tangy, then Brisk Blood Orange won’t be for you. However, that’s always the gamble.
If the flavor seems like it’s going to be your cup of tea, then I’d recommend checking out. If you’re looking for a bit more kick to your half-in-half, then I feel like this would be amazing for you. All in all, as long as you enjoy tea and blood orange, then you can’t go wrong with Brisk Blood Orange.
It’s just such an unlikely pairing that shouldn’t work, but somehow Brisk pulls it off. Considering how many varieties of tea the company has produced, I’m not surprised. Hopefully, we’ll eventually see it move into smaller bottles because at this point, it’s only available in a 1-liter bottle but maybe Brisk will see this and switch things up. (Please, Brisk!)
What do you think, Guilty Eaters? Will you be adding some Brisk Blood Orange to your gas station order?