Hi everyone! Welcome back! For this week’s post, I decided to talk about my favorite teas from David’s Tea. I really like this store, I’ve only had good experiences with the service. They have a very big selection of different teas and also have seasonal ones that they sell either already packaged or just loose leaf tea. They also sell iced and warm teas for anyone that is just in the mood for a cup. I don’t drink coffee, but I do like tea. It’s nice to have a cup to warm up during winter or to cool down during summer. It’s also quite comforting! So I gathered eight of my favorites, four that have caffeine and four that are caffeine free. Let’s get started!
Teas with caffeine
The first tea I wanted to share with you is called Toasted Walnut. It is the one you can see in the picture above. It is green tea mixed with walnuts, coconut and pineapple. It is written out to be low on caffeine. I really like the nutty taste, and I find green tea alone to be a little too strong, so to have it mixed with other ingredients is perfect.
I believe the second tea is a Christmas special, but I liked it so much that I got a massive tin! It is called Santa’s secret and it is black tea with vanilla, a little peppermint and little candy canes made out of sugar (which are really cute!) This tea is pretty sweet, but I like sweet and fruity teas. I feel like it is very comforting.
The third tea is Cherry Blossom and is white tea. It is also low on caffeine and, as you could have guessed by it’s name, it is more on the fruity side. It also has some coconut in it, which seems to be a flavor I enjoy in tea. It adds a little sweetness and comforting.
My fourth (and last) caffeinated tea is Green Passion Fruit. It is also a green tea that blends aromas of green tea, pineapple and passion fruit. It is quite sweet, once again, and reminds me of tropical drinks. I find it refreshing and like to drink it in the morning, to wake me up and give me a little energy.
The first non-caffeinated tea I wanted to talk to you about is one of my absolute favorites, especially when fall arrives. It is a fruit infusion called Forever Nuts. If I had to describe this tea, it tastes like fall in a cup. There are pieces of apple, almonds, beetroot (I promise it doesn’t taste of beetroots) and hints of cinnamon in it. It is perfect to drink during a cold falls night in, it is relaxing, the apple makes it sweet and the beetroot makes it pink!
The next one is another fruit infusion. This one is a little bit more on the refreshing side, I actually prefer it as an iced tea. It is the Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait. It is pretty sweet as there are a lot of fruits in it, but also creamy because of the hint of yogurt. It is a mixture of strawberry, apples, hibiscus, raisins, rhubarb and more! I would recommend not leaving it in too long in the water, because it becomes really concentrated and overly sweet.
This one is another festive one. It is called Sleigh Ride. I realize most of these teas have similar ingredients. This one, once again, contains apple, cinnamon, almonds, coconut, hibiscus and has so popped rice. It is also quite comforting and I like to drink it when it is cold and snowy outside. As it is a Christmas one, I would guess that is what they were going for when they brought it out. These non-caffeinated teas are really good to have during the evening when you feel for a warm drink that won’t keep you up all night!
Last, but by no means least, there is the Mint Chocolate Rooibos. I like to have it when I am craving something sweet, it’s like dessert in a cup. (It also feels quite festive, to be honest) It basically is, of course, mint and chocolate mixed together, it even has real tiny chocolate chips in it!
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