After this post.
AND clear evidence that coffee messes me up, I have decided that I AM giving up coffee for good.
Does anyone have any suggestions for delicious tea?
I drink loads of herbal tea everyday but I'm thinking of something really rich and tasty that will help me start my day. I have tried bulletproof tea but I find that the butter drowns the flavour and you can't actually taste the tea.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
mix 50% each roasted dandelion / roasted chicory - tastes just like coffee (swear) - but no caffeine. We make it up for customers all the time, lots of people come back for more, and send there friends for it too. We sell the two herbs separately on our website, or most herb shops sell them too. Just don't get the commercially packed dandelion coffee replacement - tastes like cereal - yukky
I can't do caffeine at all either. It does very strange things to my body - darn adrenals! Anyway, I know this isn't "tea" but it technically could be. I bought some organic roasted chicory on amazon.com a few months ago and I've fallen in love with it. It's not exactly like coffee, but it's darn close and gives me that "comfort food" feeling that coffee used to bring me. Mind you, I can't do dairy either so I use almond or coconut milk to make it creamy (never liked sugar in my coffee, thankfully). It's delicious and a great alternative to coffee and something different than herbal teas.
ooooooooooo just my department ;). Well i usually buy celestial seasonings tea brand. Most of there different flavours are 100% natural. The only baddy i found in one of there teas was lecithin. They have a website just search celestial seasonings in google first link. im drinking some now hehe!
Japanese twig tea (Kukicha). You can find it at health food stores. Has a sharp, woodsy taste. I believe it a little caffeine, but not much.
In the winter I was drinking hot water with a spoon of cocoa powder (fair trade, unsweetened) and a little coconut oil.
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