If you are one of those individuals constantly on-the-go or working in a high-risk, remote, and/or austere environment you rarely have time to sit down and make a hot cup of coffee or tea to drink. So what can you drink to optimize your energy and maintain focus? Consider buying Tatsu Tea, the Drink for the Modern Day Warrior; for Energy, Focus, Hydration, and rejuvenation.

I am one of those on-the-go types; I work hard, play hard, and I am constantly looking for ways to boost my energy and focus in a time-constrained and/or inadequate environment. While attending the opening day of the 2018 Modern Day Marine Expo at Quantico, VA I had the pleasure of meeting the owner of Tatsu Tea. I had never heard of Tatsu Tea but I was intrigued by their booth and was given a tea sample by the owner, Todd. The tea tasted great! Todd explained to me that Tatsu Tea was developed by a Registered Dietitian and his wife to treat jet lag. I also learned the antioxidant-rich Tatsu Tea is the first health beverage of its kind to blend traditional Matcha tea and electrolytes, soothing mind and spirit as it helps hydrate, revitalize and detoxify the body. I was intrigued and wondered if this stuff really works.

After the Modern Day Marine Expo I did some internet research and learned that Matcha tea had been used throughout history by monks, samurai warriors, and Japanese royalty as part of their daily routines to help keep them mentally focused, and to give them a mild, long-lasting energy boost. Matcha tea was the pre-battle drink for samurai warriors used for increased energy and endurance for drawn out battles.

I contacted Todd and he was gracious enough to send me a box of Tatsu Tea to assess. The box of tea containing 8 packets came in the mail quickly. I noted in the directions that Tatsu Tea is best served cold by taking one packet and mixing it in a 16 ounce water bottle until dissolved, or stirring in 16 ounces of water and pouring over ice. I decided I would test Tatsu Tea by consuming one packet daily prior to my morning commute, and one packet following my intense Tuesday and Thursday workouts on the Concept 2 Rowing Erg.

I must say I was utterly amazed by this product. The tea mixed easily, as advertised, and had a pleasant aroma, flavor, and no bad after taste. The results were amazing. I felt very focused when I departed for my commute to work. The energy boost sustained me throughout the morning without the usual jitters attributed to caffeine or other energy drinks. I also consumed this tea following my intense Tuesday and Thursday workouts on the Concept 2 Rowing Erg. I am usually exhausted after my workout but the tea helped me re-energize and focus.

Tatsu Tea is a serious tea for the Modern Day Warrior. It is great tasting tea, at a great price, perfect for military members, law enforcement professionals, first responders, or those that espouse the Spotter Up way of life.  FAWOMO.  Buy some Tatsu Tea ASAP! You will not be disappointed.

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I received this product as a courtesy from the manufacturer via Spotter Up so I could test it and give my honest feedback. I am not bound by any written, verbal, or implied contract to give this product a good review. All opinions are my own and are based off my personal experience with the product.

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By M Beach

M is a multi-skilled professional with over 34 yrs of combined military and government service. He joined the Marine Corps in 1983, commanding infantry and reconnaissance units at multiple levels and served in a variety of staff positions. He has deployed multiple times to the Pacific and the Middle East to include combat tours in Kuwait, Somalia, Iraq, and Afghanistan in a variety of capacities. Since retiring from the military M has continued his government service. He is an avid outdoorsman and athlete. He enjoys shooting sports, hiking, hunting, working out (swim, bike, run), and participating in endurance style events like Go-Ruck and Tough-Mudder, which promote camaraderie and teamwork. He completed the Infantry Officer Course, US Army Airborne Parachutist Course, US Army Ranger School, US Army Special Forces Combat Diver Qualification Course, US Army Jumpmaster Course, US Army Special Forces Qualification Course, and US Army Airborne Freefall Parachutist Course. He earned the following decorations Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Commendation Medal with Gold Stars and Combat ‘V’, and Meritorious Service Medal. M subscribes to the Spotter Up way of life. “I will either find a way or I will make one”.

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